Introducing the Aztec Sidewinder’s New Transport Wheel


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Julie Beverly

Aztec Products, Inc.

Marketing Manager

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Fax: (215) 393-4800




Introducing the Aztec Sidewinder’s New Transport Wheel

New transport wheel eases machine loading and maneuvering


MONTGOMERYVILLE, PA, USA – February 28, 2012 – The Aztec Sidewinder™, the ultra-high speed stripping and scrubbing machine, has just been re-designed to ease loading and maneuvering.  The existing rugged all-steel body construction already offers superior performance and extended long term durability. The new transport wheel attachment for the Sidewinder, makes the 400+ pound machine even easier to unload and maneuver around the job site.


All of Aztec’s propane machines are powered by the EPA/Carb, LEED and GS42 certified Kawasaki 603cc engine, as part of the WorkSmart TM system, and are also in the process of receiving the CE Mark certification.


The traditional method of stripping floors was changed forever when Aztec Products introduced the ultra high speed Sidewinder Stripping System. The system consists of the Aztec Liquidator for strip solution application, the propane-powered Aztec Sidewinder for stripping floors, and the Aztec Guzzler for solution retrieval as a three-piece set.  Although the Sidewinder System was invented over 40 years ago, it remains the 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 WorkSmartTM program.  Steve Spengler, VP, said, “I’m very happy to let contractors know that the new transport wheel really simplifies the task of moving the Sidewinder from one account to another, and in and out of vehicles and buildings. Gone are the days of balancing the machine on the rear wheels to move it around. Truly, we are motivated by what the contractor has to deal with for product improvement. Speaking of making life easier, see our website,, for the new Grand Finale finish applicator!”


Contractors are encouraged to join Aztec’s online Contractor Photo Gallery by emailing a picture of themselves with their 2+ year old Aztec Sidewinder machine to  Be sure to include the age of the machine, and/or the number of hours on it.  If Aztec uses your picture, you will get a free set of brushes or pads.


Aztec Products, Inc. is a family-owned business based in Montgomeryville, PA.  For over 30 years, Aztec has developed a series of innovative floor cleaning machines that are engineered for quality work at high speeds, and has become known as the problem-solver for the floor cleaning industry.  To see the complete Aztec product line, visit:

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Aztec Products Inc. is a family-owned business that manufactures and sells high speed, commercial grade floor care equipment. The award winning UltraGrind is Aztec’s propane-powered, planetary head, gear driven, concrete grinding and polishing machine. The UltraGrind has industry-standard 2-inch exhaust ports for concrete dust vacuums. Aztec’s new LowRider propane burnisher features the new patent-pending dust control, removing 92% of all dust particulates of 1 micron or larger, which drastically improves indoor air quality. The LowRider has a rugged, solid steel body design with an ultra low 3¾” profile for burnishing and polishing under racks and hard to reach areas. The LowRider is available in 21”, 24” and 27” pad sizes. Aztec’s machines are proudly MADE IN THE USA and are CE, EPA, CARB, LEED and GS-42 certified, and powered by the Kawasaki 603cc engine. Try operating Aztec’s propane powered grinding and polishing machines outside at booth # O31740 in the silver lot.

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