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Auto Car Wash Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of auto car wash equipment manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top auto car wash equipment manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find auto car wash equipment companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture auto car wash equipment to your companies specifications. Then contact the auto car wash companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product news articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of compact automatic car washes, brushless automatic car washes, lazer auto car wash systems or customized auto car wash equipment of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Timberlake, NC 800-421-5119

    Carolina Pride Carwash, Inc. is a car wash industry-leading manufacturer of all-welded stainless steel car wash systems. We offer a full line of car wash system packages that include everything you will need to open and run a state-of-the-art, professional car care center. Some of our products include in-bay automatics, tunnel equipment, self-service-equipment, vacuums and ancillary products.

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  • Statesville, NC 800-438-3028

    Since 1981, AUTEC has built our reputation on unprecedented wash quality, long-term durability, trouble-free operation and profitability with our friction line of car wash systems. AUTEC Car Wash Systems manufactures precision-built, all stainless steel, Soft Touch, Touch Free and hybrid car wash systems. These provide superb cleaning performance with the lowest operating costs. Contact us today!

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  • Auburn Hills, MI 800-448-3946

    PECO Car Wash Systems has been a leading manufacturer of high-quality conveyorized car washing equipment, drying systems and replacement parts. Conveyor systems include hybrid, friction, touch-free, drive-thru and an express polishing tunnel. Car wash safety, electric motors, oils & lubricants, pumps, and vehicle washing solutions are among other categories. We also customize. Call for more information.

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  • Arvada, CO 303-800-8224

    Advance Car Wash Solutions LLC is your Total Car Wash Supplier. We have been in business for more than 30 years with over 60 years of combined Car Wash Experience, including owning, managing, developing, building and repairing car washes.

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  • Wixom, MI 866-362-6377

    Motor City Wash Works provides you with conveyors and correlators, prep gun stations, wheel & tire applicators, wheels, brushes, foamers, dryers and shiners, all for your washing systems. With affordable pricing and item specific pictures available on our website, customer satisfaction is guaranteed. Our customers are saying, “Motor City Wash Works really stands behind their products.” Call today!

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  • High Ridge, MO 636-677-3442

    D&S Car Wash Equipment Company is a car wash industry-leading manufacturer of all-welded stainless steel car wash systems. We offer a full line of car wash system packages that include everything you will need to open and run a state-of-the-art, professional car care center. Some of our products include in-bay automatics, tunnel equipment, self-service-equipment, vacuums and ancillary products.

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  • Minneapolis, MN 800-976-9274

    Broadway Equipment Company has been providing top of the line auto car wash systems since 1977. We have the ability to manufacture every style of wash and offers a complete line of accessories. We work with a number of big name OEMs and we strive to offer only the best when it comes to products and customer service. Give us a call today or explore our website for more information on all our products and services.

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businessIndustry Information

Auto Car Wash

Auto car washes are drive-through, garage-like tunnels that move cars through rinsing, washing and drying stations. They are sometimes referred to as full service car washes and are an automated alternative to do-it-yourself washing systems. They may stand alone, or they can be attached to gas stations.

Automatic car washes are characterized by their speed and convenience. The washing process of an automated car wash is completely standardized and streamlined; every car that passes through receives exactly the same treatment in the same order for the same period of time. This uniformity of service is beneficial to customers and to the car wash owners. Customers can expect the same level of service every time they visit an auto car wash, while the owners can predict the costs associated with running the car wash within a slim margin of error because of the regularity of each washing cycle. Also, they require a minimum of supervision, which allows for their continued operation during a given day without the attention of a worker. This reduces costs and increases efficiency. Provided that regular maintenance and other care is taken to ensure the peak performance of the car wash equipment, auto car washes can be tremendous assets to their owners and valuable services to their patrons.


When going to an auto car wash, the only work required from the car owner is drive-up payment via automatic cashier and lining the tires on tracks or a conveyer belt. Auto washes are often chosen over self service car washes because they are fast, easy and convenient. After payment, the car is put in neutral and taken through a touchless or cloth friction washing system. Touchless systems are newer versions of car washes, where only high-pressure sprayers come in contact with the car. The cloth friction method uses cloth or foam brushes to scrub the vehicle clean. Nearly every auto car wash also has a drying system, where heated air is blown onto the car until it is dry. Some offer a self-waxing system as the last step in the washing process. Conveyer belts and tracks are used to move the car through each system. Sensors called eyes trigger a computerized control system that enables the washing sequence and adjusts to the car's size.