Studies conducted by Greenpeace and american universities have shown that in modern times the incidence of diseases and allergies due to dust, germs and mites found in human habitations has increased. When cleaning the premises with conventional vacuum cleaners, fine dust, mites and bacteria are not retained by the filter, as a result of which they return to the area being cleaned.

Modern requirements for improving the quality of life, in terms of cleanliness of living and working spaces, have led to the creation of the central vacuum cleaner system. It is much more powerful and faster than a portable one, and removes completely dust, germs and mites from the living areas, leading them through the piping network to a separate area, where the central unit is located (eg garage).

The central vacuum cleaner was built in order not only to offer maximum cleanliness indoors, but also to improve air quality and create a small oasis of euphoria and safety.

It is a completely discreet system and in newly built buildings it is completely assimilated into the space where the suction sockets are installed with a unique visible element. In the case of older buildings, the installation of external pipes may be required to establish the suction network.

It is the most efficient, hygienic and economical system for interior cleaning and consists of the following main elements:

  • the central unit, located in a separate room
  • the piping network, which is installed on floors, walls and suspended ceilings
  • the suction sockets, where the user inserts the hose
  • the 9 meter flexible hose
  • and a wide range of cleaning accessories, depending on the surface to be cleaned.