Central Vacuum System
A stationary type of canister vacuum cleaner which is usually mounted in the basement of garage. Being stationary, the units usually have larger and more powerful motors than those that can be use in the portable vacuum cleaners. Hose inlets are mounted in the walls and 2” PVC pipe is installed to carry the dirt-laden air to the central power unit. A special 30’ long hose allows the user to conveniently reach into every part of the house to effectively clean it. Performance in central systems is greatly enhances by the use of a power nozzle containing a motor driven revolving brush roll to deep clean carpets. These systems are often highly recommended by allergists since the main airflow is typically exhausted outside the house, preventing the recirculation of fine dust and allergens within the house.