Salt-truck washing system

Aug. 11, 2005
South Haven, MI-based Riveer Co. is offering a corrosion control washing system specifically designed for salt trucks, dubbed the Cyclonator

South Haven, MI-based Riveer Co. is offering a corrosion control washing system specifically designed for salt trucks, dubbed the Cyclonator. The company describes it as a “closed-loop zero discharge system.”

The Cyclonator features 18’ x 42’ racks that can accommodate vehicle lengths up to 38 ft and weights up to 15,000 lbs per wheel load. The system uses ozonated water throughout the filtration system to control odor and bacteria.

Other features include:

  • automated filtration
  • no chemicals to add
  • one-button start
  • filter change indicator light

    For more information go to www.cyclonator.com.

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