A self-service car wash manufacturer that prides
itself on quality, CustomKraft's MultiPressure System® has been in
service for over 20 years without a pump failure due to application.
Our equipment is ETL & CETL listed.
US Patent #43278660
The MultiPressure System® uses one pump per bay. This pump uses the same
delivery hose for high-pressure, medium-pressure and low-pressure cycles. Lower
pressure cycles are applied at a pre-set, field adjustable pressure, while
high-pressure cycles remain unchanged. Chemicals are selected using color-coded
solenoid valves with lighted NEMA rated connectors. The chemicals are
pressurized with the bay pump; a delay timer activates a secondary by-pass
discharge back to the intake of the pump. By controlling the
by-pass flow rate, cycle delivery
pressure is regulated.
Standard cycles include:
- Tire Cleaner
- Wheel & Chrome
- Foam Brush
- Tri-Color Gun
- Gloss Wax
- Rubber Protect
- Spot-free Rinse
Custom cycles available upon request.
CustomKraft MultiPressure System® Advantages
- Uses the same pump for the high-pressure, medium-pressure and
- Single delivery hose per bay reduces installation time and eases
- Weep Mizer freeze protection used on single delivery hose, without
overhead check valves.
- Changeover time reduced for low-pressure applications and is the same no
chemical is being dispensed.
- Eliminates many components including: in-bay check valves, low-pressure
and poly hoses.
- Increases the reliability of the system by reducing the number of
- Low-pressure cycles may be delivered at higher application pressures.
- CustomKraft MultiPressure System® has been in service for over 20 years
without a pump
failure due to application.
- CustomKraft’s equipment is ETL & CETL listed.
When a customer selects a low-pressure cycle, the MultiPressure System® runs
until the chemical reaches the bay. This permits faster
delivery to the customer and higher customer satisfaction. When the product
reaches the spray tip, the system switches to low-pressure
low-pressure chemical is then applied at the selected pressures. The unit
initiates at high-pressure for each new selection.