Decide Your System Footprint, Vehicle Size, Volume and Effluent (Mud, Oil, Dust, Chemical)

Choose between steel above ground racks or concrete in-ground racks. Each type serves different purposes depending on your specific needs. If you need something semi-permanent, the steel racks are right for you. Choose concrete if you want a rack that is permanent and more heavy duty. No matter which type works best, you can customize the racks to your size and wash load specifications.

Designs taillored to your need can be multi-stage wash and rinse systems for the phosphate pretreatment industry, salt removal systems for corrosion control applications, automated rinse systems for conveyor lines, or extreme environment installations.

Above Ground or Permanent?

Steel wash racks give you flexibility in a semi-permanent containment system that is built to your specs or to your site requirements. Steel above ground containment rack systems make installing a wash rack easier than ever. With no permitting required, this bolt-together system can be installed in a matter of hours, and sized to your exact requirements, plus there is the option to expand later. The above ground wash racks are ideal for applications where property is leased, such as oil or gas exploration, and where the operator must meet track-out requirements without incurring leasehold improvements. If you intend to move your wash rack within your facility, or if you don’t have the inclination to work through the permit process for an in-ground wash pad, steel wash racks are ideal.

Above ground racks are manufactured in any increment and are designed to carry loads up to 12,000 lbs. per wheel. These can also be low profile racks which make it easy to even get low clearance man-lifts and forklifts onto the racks for washing. In addition to being easier to get onto, our racks are safer for your equipment and employees. The solid diamond-tread plate decks are coated with grit-impregnated epoxy paint to give sure grip even when wet and soapy.

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Low profile designs feature easy access ramps for fork lifts and other low clearance vehicles.
Solids conveyor separates mud, clay and other solids from the wash water and lifts it into dump hopper for proper disposal.
Optional undercarriage wash is positioned for optimal performance.
Plug and play design makes installation fast and straightforward; no infrastructure or permitting required.

Heavy Solids, Drive Through Washing, Undercarriage Wash. . .Hardworking Features For More Effective Cleaning and Wash Water Drainage

Your Steel Wash Racks Should Be Built to Your Work Area, Solids Volume, Drive Thru vs. Drive In, Vehicle Size and Washing Frequency

Standard wash rack features gravity drain and low clearance ramp.
Cross troughs are available, but typically include solids conveyors.

Concrete Containment Pads are a Permanent Solution to Frequent Washing

Using a Wash Rack is Considered Best Practice in Municipal, Commercial and Industrial Applications