Trailered Wash Systems
Trailered Wash Systems
Our trailered aircraft wash and rinse systems go wherever you land to make maintenance a breeze.
Rapidly deployable and easy-to-operate, these trailers are ideal for preventing the spread of corrosion and contamination.
Riveer manufactures a wide range of military-grade wash and rinse systems on wheels, many of which are valuable tools for municipalities, fire departments and HAZMAT teams in the quick response fight against the spread of pathogens such as COVID-19.
Total Aircraft Washing System (TAWS)
With 500 gallons of heated decon solution supporting 2 operators at 10 GPM, TAWS is the big gun in mobile decontamination. While most decon systems are able to spray a small area slowly, TAWS can saturate targets more than 20’ from the operator with 10 GPM of 140-degree mixture. The 10 GPM foam application gun with 75’ of hose and a 20’ reach propels the decon solution over a huge area very quickly, making the most of your manpower. Powered by a rugged Kubota Diesel engine, the TAWS can quickly and thoroughly deliver pathogen-killing solution to a 300’ working radius. Excellent for large area decontamination where water source is limited and hot or cold operations are required. Originally developed for the US Army, this machine has a proven track record in desert, tropical, and austere environments. Designed to be operated with full PPE, the TAWS is the right answer to quickly decontaminate vehicles, equipment, building exteriors, and outdoor areas.
Aircraft Cleaning & Deicing System (ACDS)
All the TAWS features in a smaller footprint, 2 operators at 20 GPM, and the ability to tow in tight confines. The ACDS has on board heated water to support decontamination operations from 2 or 3 operators up to 300’ from the cart. Designed to be run in below freezing conditions, the high desert, or in 120-degree humid air, the ACDS is the toughest portable in the industry.
The onboard air compressor and foam system puts out 50+ gallons of foam per minute, exceeding portable or truck mounted foam systems. The variable flush system allows for delivery of solution or rinse water at 2.5gpm, 5gpm, or 10gpm. Propulsion onboard the ACDS features a 25 Hp Kubota Tier IV F compliant diesel engine driving a central hydraulic pump. The onboard compressor can provide up to 18 cfm at 90psi for bleed band closure and other requirements. An onboard generator includes a convenience outlet with a standard 120v outlet for additional power needs. The compact design can be forklifted onto a trailer, train-car, shipping container, or loading dock.
Large Area Decontamination System (LADS)
With 500 gallons of water and 50 gallons auto dosing disinfecting concentrate supporting 2 operators at 21 Gallons Per Minute (GPM), LADS is the biggest gun in mobile site decontamination. Unlike a trailer-mounted pressure washer, this unit has 5x the flow and 1/10 the pressure. Flow equals coverage, efficiency, speed, and effectiveness. High pressure is great for removing graffiti, not for spreading hypochlorite solution over a large area quickly. By keeping pressure low the LADS does not uselessly atomize your chemistry and send it wafting on the breeze, instead this machine spreads a penetrating flow of decontamination solution on the surfaces where you need it.
While most decon systems are able to spray a small area slowly, LADS can saturate targets more than 25’ from the operator with 21 GPM of virus killing mixture. The 21GPM long reach application gun supplied by 75’ of hose and a 25’ vertical reach propels the decon solution over a huge area very quickly, making the most of your manpower. Decontaminate a bus stop in minutes, clean hospital sidewalks at 5x the speed of a pressure washer. Decontaminate rows of park benches as quickly as the operator can walk past.
Aircraft Rinse Cart (ARC)
The Aircraft Rinse Cart (ARC)—designed in conjunction with the U.S. Navy—meets (and surpasses) the criteria for aircraft rinsing performance in harsh environments and remote airfield operations. Delivering airframes safe high volume, low pressure aircraft rinsing, the ARC is able to perform aircraft rinses and meet the rinsing and pressure guidelines in TM 1-1500-344-23-2. Both the Army and Air Force have signed with Riveer to utilize the ARC rinsing equipment in their respective fields and operations.
The ARC’s 175 PSI is safe for aircraft, spraying 10 gallons of water per minute through each wash wand. This spray helps meet strict TM requirements for aircraft rinsing and decontaminating operations. The ARC’s spray is low-pressure enough to not damage aircraft equipment, but high volume enough to effectively rinse common areas of entrapment.