Design and Development of Car Wash Steamer

EOI: 10.11242/viva-tech.01.03.05

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Aakash Jamsutkar, Shubham Jangle, Hardik Karpe, Chetan Kate, "Design and Development of Car Wash Steamer", VIVA-IJRI Volume 1, Issue 3, Article 5, pp. 1-4, 2020. Published by Computer Engineering Department, VIVA Institute of Technology, Virar, India.


In recent conditions, the system used for washing cars is based on high speed water jet. The cleaning consists of removing dust, mud and dirt particles. This system uses a huge amount of water during cleaning. Prewashing is done using foam which makes the water not reusable. Hence a drainage system is required for removing this wastewater. Hence to overcome this problem car washing using steam is preferred. The Car Washing system using steam uses the force of steam that can clean things up. It has been discovered that steam washing is very convenient and no soapy forms are required that can make the washing much clumsy. The reason behind the use of steam for washing is the reduced waste of water. The development of the steam cleaning system can revolutionize the washing process. Steam does what the commercial washing system cannot do. Steam can easily clean dust and dirt, while for normal cleaning require expensive detergents. So, our main goal is to use steam and do cleaning without affecting or damaging car paint.


Car Wash System, Electric, Heater, Steam.


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