Service and Maintenance
ClearWater is a cost effective system, ensuring you are fully compliant with stringent regulations and legislation meaning that maintenance costs are kept at a minimum.
ClearWater offer a two year standard warranty, covering all moving parts (labour not included)
Our micro-organisms have been produced specifically and exclusively for ClearWater to suit the type of work you are carrying out, i.e. washing down grass cutting machinery, cars, vans and all other manor of vehicles and equipment with all contaminants (oil, grease, petrol, diesel and not forgetting…grass!) Our micro-organism prices are very competitive.
A ClearWater system uses less electricity than other similar systems, and recycles thousands of litres of precious water every year! Keeping your overheads down.
We can also offer a five year fixed rate service package to allow you to budget effectively ensuring no increases. Please get in touch with the team for further pricing.
To ensure you remain fully compliant we encourage our customers to future proof their organisations by siting all fuel tanks and other possible contaminants on the wash pad wherever possible, that way any spills and drips will remain on the pad where they can be cleaned up or pumped out of the system safely.
And for extra piece of mind, ClearWater offer a five year extended warranty covering pumps and compressor (The only moving parts) once you sign up to this warranty package you can also enjoy the following benefits:
- 10% of all clothing in the Acumen range
- 5% off your next coalescing filter
- 5% off a diesel tank service (just one service applies)
- 5% off a system pump out
Please get in touch with one of our specialists for further pricing.
Our warranty is in addition to rights provided by consumer law. Our warranty doesn’t cover damage caused by accidents or unauthorised modifications and general wear and tear.
Ensure you comply with the law and install the number one below ground washpad water recycling system – ClearWater. Remember compliance is a legal requirement. The Groundwater (England and Wales) Regulations 2009, The Water Environment (Groundwater and Priority Substances) (Scotland) Regulations 2009 and, of course, the EU Water Framework Directive (full implementation 2015) all apply.