Finally! a peek at the Aerotech CDS..

Radar Foster

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My grand daughter bought nikes for her ..........two.......month..........old ....little boy.

No wonder because the father values expensive tennis shoes.

Something about status I guess

Same as RADAR uses expensive cars as his status symbol

And his above ground pool along with his bragging about how much money he has

LOOZER!
Cage match loser


in fact pick any activity and I’ll whip yore doughboy ass


except laundry folding... I’m sure you’ve got that one down
 
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Was there going to be a big reveal? Thought these were made for zerorez or some other franchise
Could we get a small reveal then, slightly bigger than the first few pictures and maybe some additional specs? I’m not concerned who the machine is made for, I’d just like to know more about it.
 

Dave Rampage

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That answers the question; it's a DDS!

PTO is generic - any power take off. DDS is generic - any direct drive system. So I guess we'll have to wait to find out what mechanism AT is using.

CDS (clutch drive system) is trademarked by Hydramaster, so while copying the unit is fair game, the copies have to be called something else.
It has a larger more robust clutch than the cds and butler
 

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Yes larger clutch
They try to eliminate some of the *weak points of the cds from Hydramaster
More cfm due to the clutch being able to handle more stress and the franchise they originally designed these for have given them great feedback
Also I was told will be priced same as other cds machines
 
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The 408 or whatever is in the pro1200se has more than enough suck, the vac relief would be wide open running on high, we even did a little late night dual wanding with 100/150 out and it did...ok
 

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The ole skool pro 1200 had a 56 and the SEs had more suck, I owned both
 
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I like it a lot. Would not take much for me to buy one. If I could get it in a sprinter van or a Ford so I could stand up in the back I would be sold on it and ordering one up right now.
 

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Exclusively sold through Jon-Don. They have sold over 100 units since 2016 to a customer of JON-DON's. This has given them a chance to tweek any bugs out of it.
 
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I have been dual wanding with a #45 blower and CAT 920, with 220,00 BTU auto light LP heater for 35 years now, with extreme vacuum, heat, and pressure/flow to each wand. Both wands are jetted for a #6 flow each.

Laugh if you will, but before you do come here and see IT for yourself!
 
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I have been dual wanding with a #45 blower and CAT 920, with 220,00 BTU auto light LP heater for 35 years now, with extreme vacuum, heat, and pressure/flow to each wand. Both wands are jetted for a #6 flow each.

Laugh if you will, but before you do come here and see IT for yourself!
How long of hose runs Bob?
 

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100'each wand minimum usually, but sometimes 175' each with no noticeable loss of vacuum or pressure.!

Today we cleaned an entire house with steps and 3 BR's, plus tile and grout.
 

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