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Carwash Connection: Inspecting and adjusting chemical delivery systems

AKRON, Ohio — What should you be looking at in a chemical delivery system inspection?

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AKRON, Ohio — In this week’s video, Associate Publisher – Editorial Rich DiPaolo delves into inspections and adjustments for chemical delivery systems.

DiPaolo says, “While the frequency of these inspections will depend on your individual wash’s needs, you should conduct a careful assessment of the metering and application equipment throughout the week to ensure you are meeting performance and usage goals. These inspections also include tracking chemical usage and troubleshooting spikes or decreased usage, checking for water leaks, checking chemical storage for cleanliness and order, checking and cleaning nozzles, and performing pump maintenance as needed.”

To learn more about inspecting chemical delivery systems, be sure to watch the video.

You can view previous videos from this series below:

To see other videos in our Carwash Connection series, click here.

Stay tuned for more of PC&D’s original videos.

This video is sponsored by National Carwash Solutions.

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