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  • Electrolux Central Vacuums Systems

    Introduction

    Cleaning the house may not be your idea of a fun activity. But while vacuuming may never be fun, there is a way to make the job a little easier.

    Most of us vacuum with the standard moveable unit, but have you ever thought of installing a central vacuum system in your home? Central vacuum systems are becoming more common.

     

    How Central Vacuums Cleanup

    The best thing about central vacuum systems is that they don’t require you to carry a heavy unit from room to room or up and down the stairs. Central vacuum systems are designed to remove all the dirt and debris from your house and send it through tubing located in the walls to a receptacle in an out-of-the-way location like a garage ,closet or basement. With central vacuums, you only carry a lightweight hose and power brush unit around the house. The power unit is permanent and out of the way.

    If you decide to have a central vacuum system installed in your house, there are several things that will happen.

    First, you situate a central power unit in an out-of-the-way area such as the basement, garage or utility room. Then, you install wall inlet valves in various locations throughout the house. The valves are connected to the power unit through tubing. The tubing can be run through the attic, basement or cold air returns in the house

    In other words, the tubing that carries the dirt you vacuum is behind your walls. You don’t have to see the dirt until you have to empty the receptacle.

    Once you have chosen the location for the power unit/receptacle, you need to decide where you want your wall inlets. These inlets are where you will plug in the “power brush” or unit that you will be using to clean your home. How many inlets you want in your home is based on your own needs. For example, inlets can be based on the number of square feet. There is usually one inlet for every 600 square feet of a home. If you have more than one story in your home, you will need at least one inlet per story. If you decide on professional installation, the installer can help you determine the best inlet placement.

    After installation, the system is used by plugging the lightweight hose and power brush unit into a wall inlet. The power button is located on the handle on most systems, so it is totally controlled by you. In other words, you don’t have to go to the power unit and turn the system on. You simply put the hose unit in the inlet and begin vacuuming. The system then carries the dirt, dust and debris out of the room, through the in-wall tubing, to the main power unit, where it is deposited in a canister or bag. Central vacuum bags and canisters only need to be emptied an average of once every three months.

     

    Portable Vacuums

    As the technology of portable vacuums has evolved, they have in turn become more expensive. As the difference in price between central vacuum systems and portable vacuums has lessened, central vacuum systems have become a more practical and cost-effective solution to cleaning your home. There are several benefits to central vacuum systems:

    Central Vacuums

    Healthier Air – Central vacuum systems eliminate the re-circulation of dirty air inside your living area because the dust and debris is carried through the walls to an out-of-the-way receptacle.

    Power – Central vacuums have three to five times more power than traditional vacuums. Because the power unit is not meant to be portable, it can contain a more powerful motor than traditional vacuums.

    Convenience – Central vacuums eliminate the need to carry a heavy unit from room to room or up and down the stairs. There are no cords to trip over, and your power brush can be inserted right into the wall inlet locations that you choose, instead of into pre-determined electrical outlets.

    Home Value – Investing in any permanent appliance in your home should help increase the value when you decide to sell. Central vacuums can be installed in existing homes or in homes that are under construction.

    Noise – Generally, central vacuum systems are quieter than traditional vacuums. Remember that the power unit is located elsewhere (garage, basement, etc.), so the noise will probably be insulated.

    Versatility – Central vacuums offer the same range of attachments and accessories that portable vacuums offer.

    Cost – Central vacuum dealers claim that central vacuums save you money by prolonging the life of your carpeting, drapes and furniture through deeper cleaning.

     

    Electrolux Oxygen central vacuums systems were designed with consumer insight in mind. Consumers express a growing demand for products with attention-attracting style, advanced technology and health benefits.Oxygen answers this insight with a built-in solution.

    The Electrolux Oxygen system is packed with features that provide a whole new level of cleaning. This vacuum system is not just for your floors, but the entire room with convenient tools readily available and stored on the handle. Innovative and unique, the combination of integrated tools, active control switch at the handle and active pick-up tool on the floor will turn your home into a healthy haven. These refinements will give you the ultimate clean. No pedals. No brushes. Just a more efficient clean with less resistance, in fewer sweeps.

    The secret lies in the system of optimal, aerodynamically designed air channels. Most vacuum cleaners pick up visible and harmless dirt, but leave the air even more polluted with tiny invisible particles. The Oxygen central vacuum system’s air channels allow more dirt, dust and particles to be removed, leaving nothing behind but clean air.

    Features:

    1. 99.97% Clean Air

    2. Intelligent Design

    3. Optimal Cleaning Anywhere, Anytime.

    4. Innovative and Effective Design

    5. Eliminates the need to carry a heavy unit from room to room like in conventional vacuum systems.

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