A Central Vacuum Cleaner is up to 5 Times Stonger than a Conventional Vacuum Cleaner - Why?

 

A Conventional Vacuum Cleaner Requires You to Lift, Carry, Push and Pull the Vacuum with You as You Move Around.  Therefore it Must Be Desinged to Be Small and Light in Weight.  This Prevents the Designers of Conventional Vacuums From Using the Best and the Most Powerful Motors in their Vacuums.

A Central Vacuum Cleaner is Remotely Located in a Garage or Utility Room and Fixed to a Wall.  It Does Not Need to Be Moved and therefore its Fixed Location Ensures the Best and Most Powerful Motors giving it up to 5 Times More Suction.    

A vacuum machine power and performance is measured in Air Watts. Not the same as Electrical Watts which will only tell you the power the motor consumes so......

Air Watts? What are they?

Air Watts are a value calculated by multiplying the air flow and suction generated by a vacuum machine.

What does this mean?

The higher the Air Watts the more suction you get, the more suction you get, the better the cleaning power.

Our range of Central Vacuum Systems start at 590 Air Watts and increase up to 700 Air Watts and beyond!

Use these figures when comparing power and performance of any vacuum machine and you will see  Vacuduct really do provide Superior Cleaning Power!

Do not forget

To obtain this Superior Cleaning Power you don't have to push, pull, drag or lift a cumbersome vacuum machine around with you, just simply plug in the hose and vacuum away!

Upto Five Times More Power

Superior Cleaning Power

A Central Vacuum unit can be as much as five times more powerful than conventional vacuum cleaners and since it is located in a remote location, the sound produced by the Central Vacuum is minimal. It is easy to talk over the sound of an operating Central Vacuum and TV, music and telephones are clearly audible.

A Central Vacuum eliminates the need to drag a clumsy machine around the house, banging up walls and furniture in the process. Portable vacuums have to be lugged up and down the stairs, and in the case of canister vacuums, they have the potential to fall down the stairs if tugged while cleaning. Simply plug the lightweight hose into an inlet located within your property, press the switch and you are ready to go!

The dirt capacity in a Central Vacuum is generous too; it usually requires emptying only once or twice a year. As a final enticement to the homeowner, built-in vacuums typically retain their full value when a home sells and is considered a home upgrade which may increase the value of the home - something that can’t be said for a portable vacuum.

And Rememeber No Building is too big! 

Superior Cleaning Power