Central vacuums are industrial vacuum cleaners used in contexts that require frequent use of high-capacity vacuum cleaners. Central vacuums are different from small vacuum cleaners or portable vacuums in a number of ways; the biggest difference being that central vacuums and their constituent parts are built into the structure of the buildings in which they are used.
Central vacuum cleaners usually involve a single, large machine that creates a powerful vacuum for collecting and temporarily storing dust, dirt and other debris. That enclosure is connected to a network of narrow ducts that go through the structure of a building, often beneath floors or within walls. The ducts have inlets with detachable covers that are accessible by janitorial staff and provide for the attachment of hoses and vacuuming equipment like wands. Read More…
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