If you can imagine it, we can build it.
We've created some unique installations to get the job done right.
The team at Hotsy Carlson knows it’s not easy to create a robust cleaning system. You need to consider the space you have to work with, the type of cleaning work you need to perform, your budget constraints, and the conditions where you’ll be working. There’s a lot to take into account when planning a cleaning system layout, truck washing station design, or wash bay installation, which is why we’ve spent so much effort to become experts for you.
Custom Wash Bay System & Truck Washing Station Design
Our staff is highly trained and experienced with providing consulting and design solutions for custom wash bay systems. Whether you need a custom truck washing station design or help creating the perfect wash bay layout, a mobile washing unit or a comprehensive solution that considers everything from your washing space to wash water treatment and reclamation, our team can work with you to identify your needs and recommend a solution that’s tailored for your operations.
We know how to help every type of business stay totally clean
Hotsy Carlson products aren't just for dirt and grime, we've designs systems even within the food industry to keep producers on top of their FDA requirements when it comes to food safety!
Our friends at Lone Star Foods counts on our unique knowledge and product implementation to help them solve challenges and stay on point so they can produce the finest quality products.
Solutions for Cleaning Vehicles & Heavy Equipment
If your business has a fleet of vehicles, trucks or heavy equipment, consider a Hotsy wash bay system. A wash bay will allow you to easily complete truck washing and equipment cleaning on site, with your own staff. Wash bay systems are easier to maintain than a stand-alone pressure washer, and provides highly efficient truck washing and equipment cleaning.
A Hotsy wash bay is a complete washing system which includes a stationary pressure washer of your choice located remotely on the premises, with a trolley system of hoses and wands that allow multiple users to clean heavy equipment and vehicles at the same time. The pressure washer is turned on and off by a remote control station, and is typically connected to existing power and heating sources.