Shop for Central Vacuum Installation All-In-One Kits - kits with vacuum pipe, or kits with adaptors to use plumbing pipe. Find components such as Inlets, Pipe, Fittings, steel tubing, flex tube, wire, and more. Just getting started, or need some help, check out our DIY Information, or give us a call with any questions at 800-221-8227.
We made it simple for you to find the installation components you need for your central vacuum system project. However, we understand that the variety of options may be overwhelming at times and that's why we have individuals with product knowledge answer our telephones.
We offer installation kits for both standard and electric inlet types to make sure you purchase everything you need for your Central Vacuum DIY Installation. Kits come with pipe or without pipe, inlets, glue, fittings, wire, and instructions. If you decide to purchase standard plumbing pvc piping locally, then we include adaptors in the kit so you can connect schedule 40 piping to the central vacuum inlet valves. Vacuum piping, standard plumbing piping or steel piping? Is it confusing which you should use? You can read all about inlet types and piping in the links below:
We also offer all these items for purchase individually for those who need just certain central vacuum installation components and not an entire kit.
VacPans, VacuSweep and VacVent are vents and pans that when installed allow you to sweep dirt directly into baseboard or floor vents to be carried away by your central vacuum system. What a great idea especially in areas where you need quick clean ups in between your normally scheduled cleaning times. These are great in commercial installations like hair salons and retail stores and in the home, they are perfect for places you need to clean up frequently like workshops, mudrooms, or kitchens. No need to drag the central vacuum hose and tools out for those quick pick ups. Just sweep the dirt and debris into the vent or pan and it is carried away by your central vacuum system.
If you've never installed a central vacuum system before, you may want to read our DIY knowledgebase first. It is a wealth of information for your DIY project. Keep in mind that we have an inhouse engineer that can answer your questions and one of our technical experts, Brad Prince, has decades of experience installing and maintaining central vacuum systems. He now works in customer support to help people just like you with your questions. So give us a call at 800-221-8227, or email us .
Formulas utilized are the Air Velocity in a Pipe and Air Volume Discharge from Pipe. This testing was done with Vacuum PVC tubing measured at 1.88 inches ID (inside diameter) and plumbing PVC pipe measured at 2.06 inches ID (inside diameter). The calculations are over a 10 ft length.