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VACUFLO Central Vacuum Product

Experience the ultimate in whole-house cleaning convenience, indoor air quality benefits and value with VACUFLO®. The VACUFLO System works by transporting dirt, debris and dust through a simple network of tubing that runs through the walls of your home to a main power unit, usually located in a garage, basement or utility area.

VACUFLO offers the latest in hose management products and accessories for central vacuum systems. These products make cleaning with a central vacuum system even easier by providing hose-at-hand solutions for all your cleaning needs. Hide-A-Hose for entire house cleaning, Vroom for quick clean-ups in high-traffic areas such as kitchens and bathrooms and Spot for specific cleaning jobs such as lint screens and litter boxes both provide easy, convenient access to powerful vacuum suction right where you need it.

Product Info
Central Vacuum Central Vacuum >> True Cyclonic

Filtered Cyclonic Power Units

VACUFLO True Cyclonic Power Units provide sustained cleaning power by separating the dirt from the airflow without the use of bags or filters! The powerful cleaning performance of the VACUFLO True Cyclonic will not decrease as dirt accumulates.



Model Recommended Home Size  (sq. ft.) Sealed Vacuum (Water Lift) CFM Max Max Air Watts* Volts Max/Avg Amps** Collection Capacity (Gallons) Level of Quietness (Decibels)***
 260  up to 3,000  112″  116  443  120  14.2/10.5  5.5  70.1 dBA
 466Q  up to 5,000  121″  114  477  120  14.9/11.6  6  59.7 dBA
 566Q  up to 8,000  135″  118  535  120  15.6/12.0  6  60.7 dBA
 760 Dual Motor  up to 12,000  112″  232  886  120  28.4/21.0  6  67.8 dBA
 960 Dual Motor  up to 18,000  125″  232  990  120  29.0/21.0  13.5  70.9 dBA
 MaxAir Dual Motor  up to 22,000  208″  122  903  240  13.8/13.0  6  71.1 dBA

*ASTM recognizes air watts as air power and is defined as “above the floor cleaning potential.” 
**Maximum amps refer to the potential amount of current if the power unit is running in a stand-alone situation.  (No tubing or accessories attached.)  Average amps refer to the actual amount of current used when the power unit is in typical operation (installed, with accessores attached.)
  ***ASTM draft F11.50.07 test method was used to determine dBA ratings.  Sound levels were measured at 6′ from the power unit.  All power units were exhausted outdoors.