How Does A Recovery And Recycle System Work?
An example of how a recovery and recycling system type of system functions is as follows:
A machine operating with a closed-loop cleaning, recovery and recycling system features a cleaning head with turbine blades that rotate at high speed to create a vortex of air and water equivalent to a Category-4 hurricane.
Continuous movement keeps water from pooling and allows incoming high-pressure water to directly contact the surface for maximum cleaning power.
Wastewater scrubs away dirt as it is pulled over the surface to complement the pressurized water and deeply clean in a single pass.
The rotational movement of the turbine blades creates lift that reclaims water, which is pumped back to the trailer — without a vacuum system.
A multi-stage filtration system helps to minimize water usage and extend the cleaning cycle by removing dirt and contaminants, converting reclaimed water into reusable clean water.