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How Does a Vacu-MaidŽ Central Vacuum System Work?

A Vacu-Maid® central vacuum system can reduce the amount of allergens in your home by extracting dirt, dust, mold, pollen, and pet dander out of your carpet and furnishings - and it’s simple. The system sends these allergens through the network of hidden tubing in your walls to the dirt can located in a remote area of your home. By doing this, the central vacuum system rids your home of these potentially harmful irritants--unlike most portable vacuum cleaners, which leave much of the fine dust recirculating in the air. Also, by having a central vacuum vented to the outside of your home, it is possible to remove even the smallest of particles from your living environment. Vacu-Maid® offers a wide variety of tools and accessories to fit any cleaning application--ranging from general home cleaning to car care. All of Vacu-Maid’s® hassle-free tools have been designed for a gentle, yet powerful cleaning.

Cyclonic Action

Vacu-Maid® systems use cyclonic separation. This differs from "filtered" central vacuums in the way fine particles are removed.  While a filtered system uses a bag to catch these particles, a cyclonic system completely removes these particles by venting them outside.
As dirt enters the canister, the air inside swirls like a tornado with the heavier debris falling to the bottom of the can, while the fine particles are vented outside. This prevents most of the dust from getting into the motor.  Some competitors may say that there is no way to keep all of the fine dust off of the loading fans, but our cyclonic power units and Ametek motors are built to withstand dust in the motor without affecting the life or function of the system. Ametek specifically designs motors to function under these conditions for use with Vacu-Maid® cyclonic systems.

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Clean Green

Vacu-Maid CLEAN GREEN

The greenest central vacuum on the market.

Reduce your environmental impact. Sustainable design ensures longer life and less replacement. Quality, durability and repair ability, with recyclable materials such as steel bodies and metal motors.

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Components of a Built-In System

There are six major components of a central vacuum system.
Power Unit Power Unit - Houses the system's motor and electrical components.

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Dirt Can Unit Dirt Can - Collects the large dirt and debris swept up while cleaning. This is the point at which cyclonic separation occurs.

 

 

Pipe Tubing - Vacuum tubing concealed within your walls connects the inlets to the unit. Dirt travels through this network of tubing and is deposited into the dirt can.

 

 

Inlet Inlets - Locations at which you connect your hose into the system. The inlets are conveniently located in various areas around your home.  

 

 

Sweep Inlet Sweep Inlets -Clean with the ease of a broom, yet still maintain the benefits of a central vacuum.  Located floor level at the baseboards of a cabinet or a wall.

 

 

Tool KitTool Kits - Provide you with the tools necessary to clean your home. They include the hose that is required to make the system function.

 

 


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