Central vacuum cleaners are the best and healthiest way to clean and maintain a house. Solutions to install central vacuum cleaners
The power unitof a central vacuum cleaner is an extraction motor combined with sockets for the vacuum tube in different rooms.
It is usually set up in the utility room or the basement. The tube is customarily 8m long and weighs about 1 kg. being easy to carry and easy to move. The sockets are distributed inside the rooms according to your house-design and floor layouts.
Advantages of a central vacuum-cleaner
With a traditional vacuum cleaner the air sucked in with the dust and dirt is lead through a filter and then expelled into the room where you are working. That is an acceptable solution, because the air is relatively clean after passing through the filter. However it is not purified by 100%. With a central vacuum cleaner the extracted air is pushed outside of the house through a duct in the wall. This is the without doubt the best solution, leaving the internal environment clean and healthy.
Easy to connectOperations carried out solely with the vacuum tubes are much easier than with the portable vacuum cleaning device attached.
Connect the tube into the socket, situated in suitable places inside your home.
Sockets are available in a variety of colours To connect the plugs with the central unit, Styrostone/PIF/ICF form their internal styrofoam sleeve to appr. 50mm depth, providing an ideal place to put a 50mm flexible drainage hose. No extra cost or extra space necessary.
Always remember to place the tubes in wall-junctions before pouring concrete! Drilling holes in concrete is a lot of work!