Wynn Marine Wash Systems

5010 Wash System

  • Wash water storage tank 60 litre only.
  • Wash pump 110 VAC or 230 VAC , 50 or 60 Hz, with two isolating valves.
  • Tank immersion heater 110 VAC or 230 VAC , 50 or 60 Hz with adjustable thermostat.
  • Float switch unit in wash tank with dual switching facility to operate solenoid valve for automatic supplying fresh water from ship’s cold water supply to the wash water storage tank.
  • Drain valve for storage tank and pump.
  • Low level indicator (light)
  • Volt free output from bridge indicator.

5010 Wash System with 1 additive tank

  • All the features of the original wash system, with one additive tank for either glycol or detergent (23 litre).
  • 1 Injection metering valve.
  • Low level switch for additive tank and indicator (light).

5010 Wash System with 2 additive tanks

  • All the features of the original wash system, with two additive tanks for glycol and detergent (23 litre each).
  • 2 Injection metering valves.
  • Low level switch for each additive tank and indicator (light).

Wash System

To keep the windows clean at sea under all weather conditions it is also important
to have a good spray system.

Wash System
Water outlet 3/4"BSP Water Inlet 1/2" BSP Glycol Control Box Pump Drain (hose-tail) Detergent Low Level Alarm Sensor Low Level Alarm Sensor

Water outlet 3/4"BSP

Water Inlet 1/2" BSP

Glycol

Control Box

Also available as a remote option for wall mounting.

Pump

Also available in 110 VAC and 230 VAC

Drain (hose-tail)

Detergent

Low Level Alarm Sensor

Low Level Alarm Sensor


The Hepworth and Wynn wiper systems have proven to be the most reliable systems on the market.

The US Coast Guard have relied on Wynn wipers for over 30 years.


Fresh water on its own is still commonly used as a spray system to clean the windows in combination with a wiper system.

This does not always work sufficiently.

1. Salt dissolves quicker when the water is hot. Our system has a built in immersion heater.

2. Adding a detergent to fresh water ensures that the dirt and grease on the windows is cleaned even better.

3. Adding glycol stops the water that has been sprayed from freezing when it hits the ice cold glass.

4. If connected to an on board fresh water supply, the water tank can be automatically filled when it is nearly empty.

5. The tank is equipped with a low and high level sensor unit.

6. For full frost protection of the spray water pipes we advise to use air to purge the pipes after each spray cycle.

7. The Wynn controllers offer the wash/purge cycle option to empty the pipes and prevent damages by freezing.

Contact:

marine.web@b-hepworth.com

Tel: 00 44 (0)1527 61243

Fax: 00 44 (0)1527 66836