How Does The CDS XDrive Power Delivery System Work?

The concept behind the revolutionary, game changing technology of the CDS XDrive lies in the Xcellerated Drive System. Power delivery and performance will no longer be measured by horsepower. IMG_9855

The CDS XDRIVE revolutionizes direct drive and PTO truckmounts in the cleaning and restoration industry with computer programmed operational precision. The CDS XDrive uses the power and heating source already provided by the host vehicle engine.

TransitDrawing_ZiggyThe Xcellerated Drive System is state of the art technology that uses a specially designed generator mounted to the host vehicle engine and driven by a belt system. This generator transfers to a computerized power monitoring control center. This collected energy is delivered at precise pre-programmed consistent levels to an electric motor. The electric motor powers a shaft and belt system delivering consistent direct non-fluctuating energy to the vacuum blower and solution pump.  This computerized system provides the most consistent power delivery control to the vacuum blower and other major components of ANY truckmount – slide-in or direct drive – providing your customers with faster drying times and more consistent cleaning.  This computerized system provides a higher level of consistent energy transfer than a drive shaft or power take off system, reducing the fluctuations in vacuum blower airflow production. Essentially, a drive shaft or power take off system has been replaced with precise, computerized electric energy delivering system. Traditional RPM’s and Horsepower measurements have been replaced with wattage generation. The CDS produces a maximum power flow of 18Kw.

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