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AVP-24000: Platinum Series Disposable Bag Central Vacuum

The Model AVP24000 Platinum Series Disposable Bag Central Vacuum System is a 240-volt disposable bag central vacuum power unit. The AVP24000 is modular in design with nested components that reduce storage space and shipping costs. The nested design also simplifies handling, installation and service.

The AVP24000 has 627 peak air watt capacity and can be installed in homes up to 12,000 square feet. For installation flexibility, both the intake and exhaust ports can be connected from the left or right side. A front-mounted utility port allows easy connection of a hose directly to the power unit for local cleaning. The vacuumís control panel has a power switch, four-color bag debris level display, two-color service indicator, and a service reset button.

The power unit's permanent fabric filter provides filtration down to .1 micron diameter.The slide-gate collar dust bag mounts inside the debris bucket on the bottom of the power unit and holds up to 5.2 gallons of dust and dirt. Two easy-to-access swing-down latches secure the debris bucket and are used to access the dust bag. When its time for bag replacement, the slide-gate collar on the bag closes to keep the dust and dirt sealed inside.

The central vacuum systemís power is controlled through a low-voltage wire that connects to each wall inlet valve. When a central vacuum hose is inserted into the wall inlet valve, two sensing pins in the valve connect to the trigger ring on the hose end. Some hoses have a solid trigger ring that electrically connects the valveís sensing pins whenever the hose is inserted into the valve, which starts the vacuum. Other hoses have a split trigger ring thatís connected to a low-voltage control switch in the hoseís handle, allowing the operator to control the vacuum unitís power.

A foam-filled muffler is included for installation in the exhaust system piping. The muffler substantially reduces operating noise. Routing the vacuumís exhaust through piping to outside the residence assures all remaining dust vents outside of the building.

Features

  • 240-volt operation
  • High-efficiency, two-stage filtration for superior cleaning
  • High air watt rating while maintaining low operating noise
  • Four-color segmented display shows bag debris level
  • Two-color status indicator shows power and motor life
  • Slide-gate collar bag designed for cleaner replacement
  • Power unit exhausts outside the living area so dust and dirt do not recirculate
  • Hose can plug directly into vacuum at utility port for local cleaning
  • AVP3000: Platinum Series Disposable Bag Central Vacuum

    The Model AVP3000 Platinum Series Disposable Bag Central Vacuum System is a disposable bag central vacuum power unit. The AVP3000 is modular in design with nested components that reduce storage space and shipping costs. The nested design also simplifies handling, installation and service.

    The AVP3000 has 537 peak air watt capacity and can be installed in homes up to 3,000 square feet. For installation flexibility, both the intake and exhaust ports can be connected from the left or right side. A front-mounted utility port allows easy connection of a hose directly to the power unit for local cleaning. The vacuumís control panel has a power switch, four-color bag debris level display, two-color service indicator, and a service reset button.

    The power unit's permanent fabric filter provides filtration down to .1 micron diameter. The slide-gate collar dust bag mounts inside the debris bucket on the bottom of the power unit and holds up to 5.2 gallons of dust and dirt. Two easy-to-access swing-down latches secure the debris bucket and are used to access the dust bag. When its time for bag replacement, the slide-gate collar on the bag closes to keep the dust and dirt sealed inside.

    The central vacuum systemís power is controlled through a low-voltage wire that connects to each wall inlet valve. When a central vacuum hose is inserted into the wall inlet valve, two sensing pins in the valve connect to the trigger ring on the hose end. Some hoses have a solid trigger ring that electrically connects the valveís sensing pins whenever the hose is inserted into the valve, which starts the vacuum. Other hoses have a split trigger ring thatís connected to a low-voltage control switch in the hoseís handle, allowing the operator to control the vacuum unitís power.

    A foam-filled muffler is included for installation in the exhaust system piping. The muffler substantially reduces operating noise. Routing the vacuumís exhaust through piping to outside the residence assures all remaining dust vents outside of the building.

    Features

  • High-efficiency, two-stage filtration for superior cleaning
  • High air watt rating while maintaining low operating noise
  • Four-color segmented display shows bag debris level
  • Two-color status indicator shows power and motor life
  • Slide-gate collar bag designed for cleaner replacement
  • Power unit exhausts outside the living area so dust and dirt do not recirculate
  • Hose can plug directly into vacuum at utility port for local cleaning
  • AirVac AVP7500: Platinum Series Disposable Bag AirVac Central Vacuum AirVac AVR12000: Red Series Bagless AirVac Central Vacuum
    AVP-7500: Platinum Series Disposable Bag Central Vacuum

    The Model AVP7500 Platinum Series Disposable Bag Central Vacuum System is a disposable bag central vacuum power unit. The AVP7500 is modular in design with nested components that reduce storage space and shipping costs. The nested design also simplifies handling, installation and service.

    The AVP7500 has 551 peak air watt capacity and can be installed in homes up to 7,500 square feet. For installation flexibility, both the intake and exhaust ports can be connected from the left or right side. A front-mounted utility port allows easy connection of a hose directly to the power unit for local cleaning. The vacuumís control panel has a power switch, four-color bag debris level display, two-color service indicator, and a service reset button.

    The power unit's permanent fabric filter provides filtration down to .1 micron diameter. The slide-gate collar dust bag mounts inside the debris bucket on the bottom of the power unit and holds up to 5.2 gallons of dust and dirt. Two easy-to-access swing-down latches secure the debris bucket and are used to access the dust bag. When its time for bag replacement, the slide-gate collar on the bag closes to keep the dust and dirt sealed inside.

    The central vacuum systemís power is controlled through a low-voltage wire that connects to each wall inlet valve. When a central vacuum hose is inserted into the wall inlet valve, two sensing pins in the valve connect to the trigger ring on the hose end. Some hoses have a solid trigger ring that electrically connects the valveís sensing pins whenever the hose is inserted into the valve, which starts the vacuum. Other hoses have a split trigger ring thatís connected to a low-voltage control switch in the hoseís handle, allowing the operator to control the vacuum unitís power.

    A foam-filled muffler is included for installation in the exhaust system piping. The muffler substantially reduces operating noise. Routing the vacuumís exhaust through piping to outside the residence assures all remaining dust vents outside of the building.

    Features

  • High-efficiency, two-stage filtration for superior cleaning
  • High air watt rating while maintaining low operating noise
  • Four-color segmented display shows bag debris level
  • Two-color status indicator shows power and motor life
  • Slide-gate collar bag designed for cleaner replacement
  • Power unit exhausts outside the living area so dust and dirt do not recirculate
  • Hose can plug directly into vacuum at utility port for local cleaning
  • AVR-12000: Red Series Bagless Central Vacuum

    The Model AVR12000 Red Series Bagless Central Vacuum System is a bagless central vacuum power unit. The AVR12000 is modular in design with nested components that reduce storage space and shipping costs. The nested design also simplifies handling, installation and service.

    The AVR12000 has 570 peak air watt capacity and can be installed in homes up to 12,000 square feet. For installation flexibility, both the intake and exhaust ports can be connected from the left or right side. A front-mounted utility port allows easy connection of a hose directly to the power unit for local cleaning. The vacuumís control panel has a power switch and power indicator.

    The power unit's permanent fabric filter provides filtration down to .1 micron diameter. The debris bucket on the bottom of the power unit and holds up to 6 gallons of dust and dirt. Two easy-to-access swing-down latches secure the debris bucket and are used to remove the debris bucket for emptying.

    The central vacuum systemís power is controlled through a low-voltage wire that connects to each wall inlet valve. When a central vacuum hose is inserted into the wall inlet valve, two sensing pins in the valve connect to the trigger ring on the hose end. Some hoses have a solid trigger ring that electrically connects the valveís sensing pins whenever the hose is inserted into the valve, which starts the vacuum. Other hoses have a split trigger ring thatís connected to a low-voltage control switch in the hoseís handle, allowing the operator to control the vacuum unitís power.

    A foam-filled muffler is included for installation in the exhaust system piping. The muffler substantially reduces operating noise. Routing the vacuumís exhaust through piping to outside the residence assures all remaining dust vents outside of the building.

    Features

  • High-efficiency, two-stage filtration for superior cleaning
  • High air watt rating while maintaining low operating noise
  • Power indicator
  • Bagless design with debris bucket, no bag to replace
  • Power unit exhausts outside the living area so dust and dirt do not recirculate
  • Hose can plug directly into vacuum at utility port for local cleaning
  • AirVac AVR24000: Red Series Bagless AirVac Central Vacuum AirVac AVR3000: Red Series Bagless AirVac Central Vacuum
    AVR-24000: Red Series Bagless Central Vacuum

    The Model AVR24000 Red Series Bagless Central Vacuum System is a 240-volt bagless central vacuum power unit. The AVR24000 is modular in design with nested components that reduce storage space and shipping costs. The nested design also simplifies handling, installation and service.

    The AVR24000 has 627 peak air watt capacity and can be installed in homes up to 12,000 square feet. For installation flexibility, both the intake and exhaust ports can be connected from the left or right side. A front-mounted utility port allows easy connection of a hose directly to the power unit for local cleaning. The vacuumís control panel has a power switch and power indicator.

    The power unit's permanent fabric filter provides filtration down to .1 micron diameter. The debris bucket on the bottom of the power unit and holds up to 6 gallons of dust and dirt. Two easy-to-access swing-down latches secure the debris bucket and are used to remove the debris bucket for emptying.

    The central vacuum systemís power is controlled through a low-voltage wire that connects to each wall inlet valve. When a central vacuum hose is inserted into the wall inlet valve, two sensing pins in the valve connect to the trigger ring on the hose end. Some hoses have a solid trigger ring that electrically connects the valveís sensing pins whenever the hose is inserted into the valve, which starts the vacuum. Other hoses have a split trigger ring thatís connected to a low-voltage control switch in the hoseís handle, allowing the operator to control the vacuum unitís power.

    A foam-filled muffler is included for installation in the exhaust system piping. The muffler substantially reduces operating noise. Routing the vacuumís exhaust through piping to outside the residence assures all remaining dust vents outside of the building.

    Features

  • 240-volt operation
  • High-efficiency, two-stage filtration for superior cleaning
  • High air watt rating while maintaining low operating noise
  • Power indicator
  • Bagless design with debris bucket, no bag to replace
  • Power unit exhausts outside the living area so dust and dirt do not recirculate
  • Hose can plug directly into vacuum at utility port for local cleaning
  • REPLACES MU-AV195,MU-AV395, MU-AV425 AND MU-AV2500

    AVR-3000: Red Series Bagless Central Vacuum

    The Model AVR3000 Red Series Bagless Central Vacuum System is a bagless central vacuum power unit. The AVR3000 is modular in design with nested components that reduce storage space and shipping costs. The nested design also simplifies handling, installation and service.

    The AVR3000 has 537 peak air watt capacity and can be installed in homes up to 3,000 square feet. For installation flexibility, both the intake and exhaust ports can be connected from the left or right side. A front-mounted utility port allows easy connection of a hose directly to the power unit for local cleaning. The vacuumís control panel has a power switch and power indicator.

    The power unit's permanent fabric filter provides filtration down to .1 micron diameter. The debris bucket on the bottom of the power unit and holds up to 6 gallons of dust and dirt. Two easy-to-access swing-down latches secure the debris bucket and are used to remove the debris bucket for emptying.

    The central vacuum systemís power is controlled through a low-voltage wire that connects to each wall inlet valve. When a central vacuum hose is inserted into the wall inlet valve, two sensing pins in the valve connect to the trigger ring on the hose end. Some hoses have a solid trigger ring that electrically connects the valveís sensing pins whenever the hose is inserted into the valve, which starts the vacuum. Other hoses have a split trigger ring thatís connected to a low-voltage control switch in the hoseís handle, allowing the operator to control the vacuum unitís power.

    A foam-filled muffler is included for installation in the exhaust system piping. The muffler substantially reduces operating noise. Routing the vacuumís exhaust through piping to outside the residence assures all remaining dust vents outside of the building.

    Features

  • High-efficiency, two-stage filtration for superior cleaning
  • High air watt rating while maintaining low operating noise
  • Power indicator
  • Bagless design with debris bucket, no bag to replace
  • Power unit exhausts outside the living area so dust and dirt do not recirculate
  • Hose can plug directly into vacuum at utility port for local cleaning
  • AirVac AVR7500: Red Series Bagless AirVac Central Vacuum M&S by Linear AVP12000: AirVac Platinum Series Disposable Bag AirVac Central Vacuum
    AVR7500: Red Series Bagless Central Vacuum

    The Model AVR7500 Red Series Bagless Central Vacuum System is a bagless central vacuum power unit. The AVR7500 is modular in design with nested components that reduce storage space and shipping costs. The nested design also simplifies handling, installation and service.

    The AVR7500 has 551 peak air watt capacity and can be installed in homes up to 7,500 square feet. For installation flexibility, both the intake and exhaust ports can be connected from the left or right side. A front-mounted utility port allows easy connection of a hose directly to the power unit for local cleaning. The vacuumís control panel has a power switch and power indicator.

    The power unit's permanent fabric filter provides filtration down to .1 micron diameter. The debris bucket on the bottom of the power unit and holds up to 6 gallons of dust and dirt. Two easy-to-access swing-down latches secure the debris bucket and are used to remove the debris bucket for emptying.

    The central vacuum systemís power is controlled through a low-voltage wire that connects to each wall inlet valve. When a central vacuum hose is inserted into the wall inlet valve, two sensing pins in the valve connect to the trigger ring on the hose end. Some hoses have a solid trigger ring that electrically connects the valveís sensing pins whenever the hose is inserted into the valve, which starts the vacuum. Other hoses have a split trigger ring thatís connected to a low-voltage control switch in the hoseís handle, allowing the operator to control the vacuum unitís power.

    A foam-filled muffler is included for installation in the exhaust system piping. The muffler substantially reduces operating noise. Routing the vacuumís exhaust through piping to outside the residence assures all remaining dust vents outside of the building.

    Features

  • High-efficiency, two-stage filtration for superior cleaning
  • High air watt rating while maintaining low operating noise
  • Power indicator
  • Bagless design with debris bucket, no bag to replace
  • Power unit exhausts outside the living area so dust and dirt do not recirculate
  • Hose can plug directly into vacuum at utility port for local cleaning
  • AVP-12000: Platinum Series Disposable Bag Central Vacuum

    The Model AVP12000 Platinum Series Disposable Bag Central Vacuum System is a disposable bag central vacuum power unit. The AVP12000 is modular in design with nested components that reduce storage space and shipping costs. The nested design also simplifies handling, installation and service.

    The AVP12000 has 570 peak air watt capacity and can be installed in homes up to 12,000 square feet. For installation flexibility, both the intake and exhaust ports can be connected from the left or right side. A front-mounted utility port allows easy connection of a hose directly to the power unit for local cleaning. The vacuumís control panel has a power switch, four-color bag debris level display, two-color service indicator, and a service reset button.

    The power unit's permanent fabric filter provides filtration down to .1 micron diameter. The slide-gate collar dust bag mounts inside the debris bucket on the bottom of the power unit and holds up to 5.2 gallons of dust and dirt. Two easy-to-access swing-down latches secure the debris bucket and are used to access the dust bag. When its time for bag replacement, the slide-gate collar on the bag closes to keep the dust and dirt sealed inside.

    The central vacuum systemís power is controlled through a low-voltage wire that connects to each wall inlet valve. When a central vacuum hose is inserted into the wall inlet valve, two sensing pins in the valve connect to the trigger ring on the hose end. Some hoses have a solid trigger ring that electrically connects the valveís sensing pins whenever the hose is inserted into the valve, which starts the vacuum. Other hoses have a split trigger ring thatís connected to a low-voltage control switch in the hoseís handle, allowing the operator to control the vacuum unitís power.

    A foam-filled muffler is included for installation in the exhaust system piping. The muffler substantially reduces operating noise. Routing the vacuumís exhaust through piping to outside the residence assures all remaining dust vents outside of the building.

    Features

  • High-efficiency, two-stage filtration for superior cleaning
  • High air watt rating while maintaining low operating noise
  • Four-color segmented display shows bag debris level
  • Two-color status indicator shows power and motor life
  • Slide-gate collar bag designed for cleaner replacement
  • Power unit exhausts outside the living area so dust and dirt do not recirculate
  • Hose can plug directly into vacuum at utility port for local cleaning
  • M&S by Linear AVP12000K Vacuum With Garage Car Tool Kit
    M&S by Linear AVP12000K Vacuum With Garage Car Tool Kit
       
     
     
     

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