Car Wash Vacuums

Car Wash Vacuums

Car Wash Vacuums

A New Vacuum System is Profitable and Quickly Pays for Itself

Car wash vacuums are proven profit drivers for car washes. Customers expect to leave your car wash with a shiny car (of course), but they also enjoy the convenience of a coin-operated car wash vacuum that can also shampoo carpets, remove spots, and apply tire shine all at one station at your car wash.

Do you have reliable car wash vacuums to best serve the increasing expectations of your customers?

Several Car Wash Vacuum Systems to Choose From

Kleen-Rite carries several categories of low-maintenance, high suction car wash vacuum systems and dual purpose combination vacuums to better serve your customers and boost your business’s profitability at the same time! Although these vacuum systems are typically low-maintenance, minor issues do arise sometimes. Please view our Car Wash Vacuum Troubleshooting & Care Tips for help with some common vacuum issues. We hope these tips are helpful to you.

Our wide range of vacuum selections come outfitted with the option for coin, bill, or token operation, as well as credit card acceptance upgrades. Bright decals and a variety of hose colors will make your car wash stand out and attract business from passing motorists.

Car Wash VacuumKleen-Rite offers the best vacuum systems from the top manufacturers in the car wash industry, including:

  • J.E. Adams combo vacuums and Super Vac
  • Industrial Vacuum Systems (IVS)
  • Magic Mist combo vacuums

Attract more business with a reliable car wash vacuum system that keeps dependable profits rolling in, even when the wash bays are full.

Not sure which car wash vacuum is best suited to your needs? Call Kleen-Rite at 1-800-233-3873 to speak with a knowledgeable customer service representative will help you find what you need.



Q: What do I need to do to keep my vacuums running at their best?
A: There are a few things you can do to keep your vacuums functioning properly.  First check your filter bags.  Make sure they’re clean and not torn.  The dirt should be shaken out of them regularly, and if they are damaged or too dirty to be cleaned, they should be replaced.  Dirty filter bags can greatly restrict suction, and tears in the bags will allow debris to get in the motors and damage them.

  The vacuum motors are obviously important.  When a motor fails, it should of course be replaced, but by regularly replacing the brushes on your motors, you can get up to three times the life expectancy of not changing the brushes.  How often you need to change the brushes depends on how much use your vacuums get.  A good rule of thumb is to change the brushes every 6 months as part of your maintenance routine. Check your clean-out door and motor gaskets.  If the gaskets aren’t giving a good seal, you will lose suction.  If they’re worn or damaged, replace them.

Q: What parts should I keep in inventory to ensure proper functioning of my vacuums?
A: Keeping a good inventory of parts will prevent you from having your vacuums out of service.  Your list of spare parts should include hoses, nozzles, filter bags, motors, motor brushes, timers, and coin acceptors.  Any time you have to wait for parts to be shipped to you is time that your equipment can’t make any money.

Q: Is there anything else I should be doing with my vacuums?
A: Keep in mind that appearance is important.  Keeping your vacuums looking nice will make them look more appealing to customers.  Replace your vacuum hoses and nozzles when they appear worn.  Applying new decals can also help keep the vacuums visually appealing.