The Different Types of Central Vacuum Hoses We Offer

May 28, 2019 - 0 comments

The Different Types of Central Vacuum Hoses We Offer

 

We sell several styles of hoses that fit almost any central vacuum system. Most of our hoses come in 30’ or 35’ lengths, and are either non-electric or 2 or 3 way switched. In this video, Kyle goes over some of the differences between the hoses, and you can choose the right one for you!

 

 

The first hose we’ll go over is the universal premium turbo-style hose! We also sell universal standard style hoses which you can see here.

 

 

This type of hose is not electric, so it can’t support any kind of electric power head. Instead, it uses a turbo-style head, which uses the suction from the vacuum to make the brush roll spin. This works great on hard floors and low-pile carpet.

 

 

The other type of hose we are going over is the electric hose. We have our own GV brand as well as a Prolux premium hose. Both of these are electric and will support and electric power head, which works better on carpet than a turbo-style power head. If you have mostly carpet, we recommend going with an electric power head if your system supports it.

 

 

Both of these hoses come in pigtail or direct connect styles, so they will work for the connection style you have. All of the hoses we sell work with the standard sized hose outlet (1.5 inch.)

 

Since these are electric hoses you can control both the vacuum motor and the power head by the hose handle switch.

 

Need a central vacuum hose? Click the links below!

Universal 30 ft Central Vacuum Hose Kit With Wessel Werk Power Nozzle

Premium Electric Prolux Universal Central Vacuum Hose Kit With Wessel Werk Power Nozzle 

Premium Prolux Universal Central Vacuum Hose Kit With Turbo Nozzle

30' GV Universal Central Vacuum Hose With Tools

 

If you’re in the market for a new Central Vacuum, check out the Prolux CV12000!

  

If you need any parts, supplies or have any questions, email as service@greatvacs.com or leave a comment! You can also head on over to our Youtube channel to see more educational videos.

 

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