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Automated Car Wash Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial automated car wash equipment manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source automated car wash equipment manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These automated car wash companies can design, engineer and manufacture automated car wash equipment to your specifications and application needs. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these automated car wash equipment manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of handicapped automated car washes, fully automated car washes, or self service automated car wash.

  • 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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Automated Car Wash

Automated car washes are automated systems that use a combination of water and air jets, brushes and other tools to clean cars as they pass through. Automated car washes are an alternative to manual full-service and self-service car washes, which do not involve the use of any automated equipment.

Automated car washes are valued primarily because of their efficiency and low labor-intensiveness. They require only periodic maintenance and can run without the attention of a technician for long stretches of time. Their operation consumes a predictable amount of soap, water and electricity, thus making their cost of operation easy to predict. Also, customers can rely on wash quality to be the same during every wash cycle. Some automated car wash designs do not even require customers to leave their vehicles, allowing for the fastest possible wash experience. Automated car wash systems are generally chosen over manual washes for their value and speed. Also, the cloth friction brushes and soaps now employed in many automated car washes are considered to be safer than the tools often used in manual car washes; they are specially designed to prevent damage to vehicles’ finishes. Also, many automated car washes are capable of washing places on cars that cannot be reached by manual washes, such as undercarriages.


Automated car washes can be separated into two categories: touchless and cloth friction. Cloth friction car washes use mitter curtains or brushes covered with a cloth or foam material to scrub and clean the vehicle. Mitter curtains are long strips of cloth that hang over the car and move up and down the vehicle. They clean all areas of the cars’ exterior. Many automated car washes also include undercarriage washers that spray the underside of the vehicles. Touchless washers use a system of sprayers arranged in an arch above the vehicle instead of brushes. These sprayers are employed for pre-washing, soap application and rinsing. In both contact and touchless washing, vehicle owners can sometimes choose to apply a wax coat. At the end of automated car washes, high-power dryers apply heated air to blow the car dry. Some automated washes combine elements of automation and manual care. For example, some car washes use automated equipment for washing and manual towel drying at the end of the process. Whether a car is subject to automated or manual washing, washing is an important part of maintaining a car’s appearance and performance.