Steam for the wash operation comes from a 60-hp Superior boiler.
Vapors collected during tank cleaning are burned in a 40-ft flare from Flare Industries.
Sellers 360 spinners are used in the chemical cleaning operation.
Water for foodgrade cleaning is treated by a Diamond reverse osmosis system.
About 450 tank trailers a month are washed at DFW Tank Cleaning, the wash rack built by Coal City Cob Company at its terminal in Waxahachie TX. The eight-bay wash rack provides chemical and foodgrade cleaning of tank trailers and intermediate bulk containers (IBCs). The wash rack has Kosher certification and is working on certification from the Juice Processors Association.
Coal City Cob's management team includes Michael O Cloonen, president; John Knott, v-p sales; and Randy Wasson, v-p operations.
A custom-built vat system is used for cleaning chemical tankers at the wash rack.
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