Central Vacuum System - How It Works
Systems are designed to provide efficient and quiet suction power to remove dust, debris and other materials.
Multiple inlets are installed on walls, floors or ceilings and connected by a network of piping or ducts to a central vacuum machine.
Users connect a hose to an inlet within the premise to control the central vacuum machine. Systems can be configured to support a single or multiple simultaneous users.
We have over 25 years of experience in the industry with systems installed and operating in factories, office towers, hotels, commercial buildings and private homes.
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1) Air Quality - since there is no recirculation of exhausted air within the premise, the system gets rid of allergens and dust particles to significantly reduce dust allergies.
2) Suction Power - larger motors provide greater suction power resulting in higher quality cleaning to remove even the tiniest dust particles.
3) Filtration - cyclonic system uses cyclonic separation to remove debris that are collected into a canister bin. Non-cyclonic system uses a filter to remove harmful particles and allergens. The filter is replaceable and typically meets HEPA standard. In cleanrooms, a central vacuum system should constitute an integral component in order to ensure that requirements of cleanroom standards are met and maintained.
4) Productivity - improves productivity by significantly reducing both time and effort that would otherwise be expended to vacuum clean with a normal vacuum machine.
5) Noise - as the central vacuum machine is located remotely, it solves the problem of noise pollution commonly associated with a normal vacuum machine. Optional muffler may be attached to the machine to reduce the noise level at the machine location.
6) Convenience - systems are easy to use with minimal training and users no longer have to drag around a cumbersome vacuum machine. Dust canister or dustbag has large capacity to reduce emptying frequency.
7) Durability - most systems continue to run for decades with proper maintenance. All parts are serviceable or replaceable at affordable cost.
8) Accessories & Tools - various attachments are available to meet customers' requirements. Standard hose length is 10m, with other lengths available upon request.
9) Cost - initial investment is much higher than a normal vacuum machine but it is well justified by the advantages of the system.
Industrial Vacuum System
Industrial vacuum systems can generally be categorised into systems for debris/material collection and dust collection. Cyclonic systems are usually used for debris/material collection while filter-based systems are used for dust collection.
Our systems are modular and can be designed for use in a wide variety of applications, such as vacuum cleaning of factory, cleanup of manufacturing waste and other material, collection of packaging material spillage for reuse, cleanroom dust particle collection, extraction of fumes and many others.
In addition to debris and dust collection systems, we also offer a centralized system for paper shredding with secured or non-secured shredders, suitable for use in a manufacturing or office environment.
Commercial Vacuum System
In commercial premises including office tower, hotel, hospital, shopping mall and others, the system is typically filter-based and it provides a quiet and convenient yet powerful system for cleaners to vacuum clean the premises.
The occupants of the premises will not be tormented by the loud whirring of the vacuum machine and will also be shielded against dust allergens that would be stirred up and recirculated by normal vacuum cleaners,
Central vacuum system is recognised for the purpose of Green Building Index (GBI) certification as it contributes to improvements in the indoor environment quality and energy efficiency.
Developers and owners considering GBI certification for their properties should opt for a central vacuum system.
Residential Vacuum System
Systems for homes vary depending on the size of the home. Appropriate number of inlets and vacuum machine suction power are determined according to the individual property and homeowner requirements.
With a central vacuum system in place, vacuum cleaning can be easily done without the hassle of lugging a noisy and cumbersome vacuum machine.
Parents with children suffering from ailments due to airborne dust allergens can rest assured that those allergens will be extracted out of the home and not recirculated within. As a matter of fact, all residential vacuum machines come equipped with HEPA filter as standard even though the air is expelled at the machine location.
Our vacuum machines are available with dustbag or without dustbag (direct into dustbin canister). Due to their large capacity, these do not require frequent emptying.