Jon-Don, Inc. Introduces Aero Tech Direct Drive System Stainless Steel Truck Mount

DDS.jpgNORTH AMERICA (SEPTEMBER 2020) Jon-Don, a leading supplier of equipment, consumables, and know-how to specialty contractors, is proud to introduce the Aero Tech Stainless Steel Direct Drive System (DDS) truck mount to its comprehensive line of truck mount extraction equipment.

The DDS is not your average truck mount. Made from corrosion-resistant stainless steel, this truck mount is engineered to last—no rust, less maintenance, and it won’t ever “ugly-out,” maintaining its clean, professional look.

Featuring the first ever clog-resistant stainless steel heat exchangers, the DDS is built to deliver cleaning temperatures that reach 250°F, which is 40 to 50 degrees hotter than the competition.

And it doesn’t stop there—the DDS includes an open-flow design with round aerodynamic waste tanks that deliver maximum airflow. Each waste tank also features a beveled, coned bottom that allows 100% of all debris and wastewater to drain—even on a sloped driveway.

The DDS has everything professional carpet cleaners are looking for in a truck mount. The stainless steel construction provides long-lasting reliability. The unmatched solution temperatures mean less agitation and fewer wand passes needed to clean carpet. And with less maintenance and repairs necessary to keep it running, businesses won’t suffer from dreaded downtime. The DDS was built to provide cleaner, faster drying carpet job after job, year after year.


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To learn more about the DDS, visit https://www.jondon.com/dds-truck-mount-w-vac-and-solution-hose-reel.html



About Jon-Don"

Jon-Don gives specialty contractors and in-house service providers across multiple industries everything they need to keep things clean, safe, and looking their best—whether it’s removing that one impossible carpet stain or resurfacing a massive warehouse floor. Since 1978, we’ve been providing not just the equipment and consumables they need, but the real-world knowledge, rolled-up sleeves approach, and rock-solid reliability they can’t find with other suppliers. Today, with multiple distribution centers strategically located throughout the United States, we’re serving industries ranging from water and fire restoration, concrete surface prep and polishing, building service/janitorial, carpet cleaning, and more.



Jon-Don | Let’s tackle your toughest jobs. ™



For more information, call (800) 556-6366 or visit www.jondon.com.
 

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Acp

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all that trouble but its still ultimately another chevy express CC van.

looks really cool and were in the market currently but hard pass. No way I would spend 70k to look like a thousand other chevy express guys

The XT though, definitely on the radar
 

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I have only had GM vans and with the exception of the flex plate on one of them the drive train on all have been flawless. I have had a few issues with the barn style doors. Much prefer the GM styling over the Euro vans. To each their own.
 

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I have only had GM vans and with the exception of the flex plate on one of them the drive train on all have been flawless. I have had a few issues with the barn style doors. Much prefer the GM styling over the Euro vans. To each their own.

I lean toward the gm platform still because a dependability
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The ford vans are much nicer looking and I would like to have one
 

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Look at the entire service industry...not just carpet cleaning. How many GM vans are on the road? Now compare that to the ones with problems. That number is very low.

Fred, show us some numbers
 
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I have only had GM vans and with the exception of the flex plate on one of them the drive train on all have been flawless. I have had a few issues with the barn style doors. Much prefer the GM styling over the Euro vans. To each their own.
I had 5 flex plates changed on my 04 2500, After the warrenty found the problem was the bendix on the starter no problem anymore. FIXED . jz
 

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I had 5 flex plates changed on my 04 2500, After the warrenty found the problem was the bendix on the starter no problem anymore. FIXED . jz
Had the dealer change the flex plate on my 04 3500 when it had 60,000 miles. Then at about 120,000 mi had a local transmission shop replace it with a heavier one. Sold that van a couple years later.
 

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