Aztec Products Celebrates 20 Years With Guzzler
Aztec Products is celebrating 20 years with The Guzzler, which is known throughout the industry as the most innovative piece of equipment for removing stripping solution from vinyl and ceramic tile, sealed or finished concrete floors and stone and terrazzo floors.
When it was introduced 20 years ago, The Guzzler changed the industry overnight as the first completely mechanical piece of equipment for retrieving stripping solution. With no cords, batteries or motors, the mechanical process works as fast as the operator can walk or run. Additionally, The Guzzler eliminates the need for defoamers and eliminates costly autoscrubber repairs to vacuum motors and other sensitive parts damaged by strip solution.
"People are blown away when they see the Guzzler work for the first time. The bent axle and diaphragm pump set up is so simple, yet so incredibly productive" says Aztec National Sales Manager Steven Spengler.
The traditional method of stripping floors was forever obsoleted when Aztec Products introduced the ultra high speed Sidewinder Stripping System. The system consists of The Liquidator for strip solution application, the propane powered Sidewinder for stripping floors, and The Guzzler for solution retrieval as a three-piece set. Although the Sidewinder System was invented over 20 ago, it remains the single fastest and most profitable way to strip large VCT tile floors.
Made entirely in the USA, the high speed Sidewinder System is the heart and soul of Aztec’s product line. “It is amazing to me that some contactors still do large floors with swing machines. While I admire their work ethic, they can do the job better and faster with our Sidewinder System. Aztec helps contractors work smarter, not harder” said Whit Beverly, President of Aztec Products.
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