Central Vacuum Systems Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Top Manufacturer of Vacuum Systems in America.

    Central Vacuum Systems National Turbine Corporation has been in Business since 1991 and we manufacture the highest quality air and gas handling blowers and exhausters, central vacuum systems and accessories to meet the most demanding system requirements. We combine top quality equipment with personal attention to your specific needs to provide you with the products and systems best suited to your unique application requirements. Read more......

  • Air Dynamics Industrial Systems Corporation: Veteran Owned

    Central Vacuum Systems Air Dynamics Industrial Systems Corporation is a global manufacturer of industrial vacuum cleaners and industrial ventilation systems. Our company was started in 1991 and is located in York, Pennsylvania, right in the heart of Pennsylvania's industrial center. Read more......

  • Central Vacuum in the Commercial Setting

    By now many of us are familiar with the concept of central vacuum systems. These convenient, in-home systems make cleaning the house much easier as they eliminate the hassle that comes with carrying around a bulky vacuum cleaner. I have had experience using central vacuums and I must say I always feel like I am a part of the future when I do. Central vacuum systems are not only for the home, however. These fantastic, effective systems can also be found in businesses. Commercial central vacuum systems are popular in...

  • The Central Vacuum

    As a child I would spend a couple of weeks every summer with my grandparents. They lived in a small town not too far outside of Columbus, OH, in a small mobile home park. My grandfather was a retired farmer who used to work for the State of Ohio, and my grandmother was a homemaker. They originally moved into the park because the home they used to live in had a basement that was subject to mold, and mold gave my grandmother asthma. I remember the day I discovered there...

  • Central Vacuum Systems and Allergies

    I have never been a fan of vacuuming. I think it is probably because I, like many other people, suffer from dust allergies. When I was growing up I had my fair shares of chores to do around the house, but dusting was not one of them. Vacuuming was, however, but it did not seem to keep me from sneezing. What I did not know at the time, and I am sure my mother did not either, is that vacuuming with a traditional vacuum cleaner can often exacerbate allergies because...

Industry Information

Central Vacuum Systems

Central vacuum systems are industrial vacuum cleaners that are built into the structure of a building in order to allow for easy maintenance. Central vacuum systems distinguish themselves from portable vacuums in a number of ways. The most obvious difference between the two configurations is that portable vacuums can be moved while central vacuum systems are entire systems of vacuum cleaning equipment.

Central vacuum systems usually involve a single piece of equipment that creates a powerful vacuum for collecting debris. That vacuum leads into an enclosure into which the collected debris is held. The central vacuum is connected to a network of narrow ducts that run out of sight throughout a building, often underneath floors or above ceiling tiles. The ducts feature inlets that are accessible by maintenance staff and allow for the connection of portable hoses and vacuuming wands. Central vacuum systems offer several advantages over backpack, walk-behind and all other varieties of portable vacuums. Because the actual central vacuum is stationary, its power source can also be stationary. This means that maintenance staff do not have to search for power sources; they need only to connect their vacuuming wands and hoses to the central vacuum system’s inlets. Another advantage over portable vacuums is that because the central vacuum is usually located in a maintenance or mechanical room, it causes less noise disruption than portable vacuums, which can be quite loud.

All vacuum cleaners are intended to achieve the same purpose: the effective and efficient removal of debris from an area. Central vacuums offer a unique solution to the problem of large building maintenance. Because all of the debris that is collected while vacuuming goes to a central storage area, a minimum investment in filters is required. Also, all hoses and attachments that are used with a given central vacuum system are standardized, cutting down on the number of different materials required to supply janitorial staff with. All portable vacuum cleaners have to be emptied when they become full. This process requires time from janitorial staff, and increases the potential to spread dust and debris around during emptying. Central vacuums are emptied at regular intervals, which streamlines the waste material removal process. Recent developments in central vacuum system design have also allowed for the inclusion of air filters, which contribute to cleaner air quality. Despite the benefits central vacuum systems offer, they are not ideal in every situation. It can be costly to install the necessary ductwork and equipment in buildings that were not originally built with central vacuum systems. Also, in small buildings, central vacuum systems may be unnecessary. They are most effective in large areas that require frequent maintenance.

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