Clean, gleaming carriages make a markedly different impression on the rail user than those with a dirty, faded finish. The operating company’s livery is on display too, or perhaps not in the case of very dirty trains. Achieving best practice in train washing carries many challenges.
For example how to deal with a wide variation of soiling and staining from brake dust residues, through to heavy greases and oils to simple water marks or how to identify the best washing technique and equipment for the job. And of course how to ensure that all washing activity delivers maximum value. Speak to Arrow to find out how our partnership approach can solve these challenges for your operation.
Daily exterior train wash
Non caustic low foam alkaline cleaner and degreaser
Train exterior wash optimised for removal of iron staining
Ready to use summer train windscreen wash
A ready to use thickened version of Oxalwash to provide increased contact time on heavy deposits
Powerful soil remover and degreaser
Powerful heavy-duty traffic film remover and degreaser with built in shine additive