During the first week of December 2020, our mechanical division delivered a shipping container wash bay to a mining site in the Canadian Prairies. This project was a collaborative effort between our construction and mechanical divisions, and upon arrival our structures division contributed by completing the installation in Saskatchewan, Canada.
The wash bay consists of two shipping containers: a 40’ long unit with three 1250-gallon greywater tanks used to store wastewater after someone washes any equipment. The second container is a 30’ long unit that houses three freshwater tanks equal in size, complete with the most important piece of equipment: the Hotsy Pressure washer/boiler.
This wash bay is heated with electric heat and comes with a complete prefabricated electrical room built off-site before shipped to site. Where it is an option, the water and building could also be heated using natural gas.
From start to finish, our employees assembled this innovative project in-house. This wash bay is a portable, efficient, and cost-effective solution for a well-established client, and a testament to the teamwork of our growing divisions. At Cobra Enterprises we are dedicated to delivering new, sustainable ways for your business to operate!
The set up of our wash bay at our building shop.
The 40’ long container comes with three 1250-gallon greywater tanks.
The 30′ long container comes with the Hotsy Pressure washer/boiler.
The 1250-gallon greywater tanks are used to store wastewater.
An oil interceptor and three-kilowatt unit heater.
Our team installed a 600 amp 600-volt electrical service.
The interior of the 30′ long container.
The inside of a water tank.