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Dust Care 30ft Grey/Black Plastiflex Gas Pump PT/DC Hose

Dust Care
Dust Care 30ft Grey/Black Plastiflex Gas Pump PT/DC Hose
SKU: 27055
Manufacturer part number: BI-4001

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CanaVac Plastiflex Style 30ft Electric Flush Hose Gray/Black

This hose is one of the hoses frequently used in central vacuum attachments from nearly all manufactures. Electrolux manufactures a wide variety of brand name central vacuum systems and distributes this hose under such brand names as Eureka, Beam, Honeywell, Fridgidaire, and Electrolux. The Plastiflex style hose is also used in attachment sets sold under the brand names of AirVac, NuTone , Canavac and more. This hose is lightweight and easy to use with the full swivel at the gas pump style handle.

Not all central vacuum hoses are created equal and include crushproof, wire-reinforced, electric, non-electric, standard, turbo and more. This hose is electric with a three-way switch on the handle. One position turns only the vacuum on, one postion is off, and the last postion turns the vacuum and powerhead on. The hose is not only lightweight, but also durable. The full 360 degree swivel at the handle helps reduce kinking and features a smooth interior allowing for optimum air flow and limited resistance.

Whether you have standard inlets, direct connect inlets, or are unsure, this is the only hose you will need to purchase. It comes with a pigtail end if you have standard inlets and it also comes with all the parts necessary to convert the hose to direct connect. The conversion is easy and purchasing this hose guarantees you will get just what you need for your system. To view conversion instructions look here.

  • The unique 30ft hose design and materials provide outstanding resilience and flexibility when twisted and crushed by any external pressure.
  • The smooth interior avoids any air resistance.
  • The handle has 360 degree swivel and is a gas pump style
  • Button-lock is located 1 1/4" from the open end.
  • Pig-Tail wall end configuration for use with Universal Standard non-electric valves.
  • Use with:
    • Upper wand (Black) - Part # 51394
    • Lower wand - Part # 36423

Do you still need help?
If you are just not sure which hose to purchase, we can help. First, don't hesitate to call us at 1-800-221-8227 and we can ask you a few simple questions to make sure you get the perfect hose for your central vacuum system. OR...you can follow our two step process outlined right here to walk you through your choices.

STEP ONE: Determine what type of inlets you have.

Customers purchasing online often wonder if their central vacuum inlets are electric. Sometimes there is confusion because ALL central vacuum inlets have low voltage wiring, and many standard inlets allow the use of an on/off hose. Low voltage wiring does not mean an inlet is electric. Here are a few questions about your powerhead that might help you determine if you have electric inlets. This is because the type of powerhead you use is generally related to the type of inlet you have. As always, please call one of our experts at 1-800-221-8227 if you need any assistance at all.

1. What type of brush are you using on your carpet?
If you have mostly bare floors and are using a standard floor or carpet tool, or if you are using a Turbocat, or any air-driven powerhead, then you probably do not have an electric hose. You might want to take a look at our 30ft Turbo Hose.

2. Do you use an electric powerhead on your carpeting?
An electric powerhead will have an electric connection somewhere on the powerhead. You will either see a cord coming from your powerhead or you will see a receptacle where you will plug your cord. If you see this then you need an electric hose.

3. Do you need an electric direct-connect hose or an electric pig-tail hose?
The best way to decide whether you need a direct connect electric hose or a pigtail electric hose is by determining what type of inlets you have. Standrd inlets will require the use of an electric pigtail hose.

NOTE: The 35ft electric hose featured on this page has a direct connect hose end. When the hose plugs into the wall there are no additional cords. Take a look below to see the what a direct connect inlet looks like


Electric Central Vacuum Inlets

central vacuum hose inlets

Electric Inlets can be used with any standard, turbo, pigtail or direct connect hoses but they are designed for direct connect hoses. These inlets require low voltage wiring AND electrical wiring. The low voltage wiring is used to turn the vacuum system on or off. The electrical wiring provides electricity to the powerhead that is used to clean carpet. The direct connect central vacuum hose has electrical wire running through the hose and the end that plugs into the inlet has prongs that fit into the inlet for electricity to the powerhead.

If the inlets pictured above DO NOT look like your inlet then take a look at the standard inlets picture below. If you have standard inlets and an electric powerhead then you will need to purchase an electric pigtail hose. A pigtail electric central vacuum hose will have a cord exposed only on the end of the hose. This cord will plug into the electrical outlet near the central vacuum inlet you are using. A pigtail electric central vacuum hose will have a cord exposed only on the end of the hose. This cord will plug into the electrical outlet near the central vacuum inlet you are using.

Standard Central Vacuum Inlets

central vacuum hose inlets

Standard Inlets are non-electrical inlets. These inlets require low voltage for turning the vacuum system on or off. These inlets have NO electrical capability. If electrical attachments are used (i.e. powerhead), then you need to use a central vacuum hose called a Pigtail Hose. This hose has a powercord attached to it and in addition to connecting the hose to the inlet, there will be a 4 to 8 foot power cord (usually referred to as a Pigtail) that plugs into an electrical outlet for electricity.

NOTE: Standard inlets will not work with the direct connect hose featured on this page.

STEP TWO: Determine what type of hose end you have.

Take a look at the two different types of electric handles; recessed and flushed. The hose offered here is a recessed hose end. If you believe you have a flush hose this is not the hose to purchase, look here for our other hose options.

Recessed Electric Hose Handle

 Pigtail Recessed Hose

The recessed electric hose handle has the recessed cord management system as shown here. If you look just below the chrome piece you will see a small recessed, white receptacle. This is a recessed electric hose handle. Recessed refers to the electric receptacle.

Flush Electric Hose Handle

 Pigtail Flushed Hose

The flush electric hose handle has the flush cord management system as shown here. Just below the chrome piece you will see a small flush, white receptacle. Flush refers to the electric receptacle.

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CanaVac Plastiflex Style 30ft Electric Flush Hose Gray/Black

This hose is one of the hoses frequently used in central vacuum attachments from nearly all manufactures. Electrolux manufactures a wide variety of brand name central vacuum systems and distributes this hose under such brand names as Eureka, Beam, Honeywell, Fridgidaire, and Electrolux. The Plastiflex style hose is also used in attachment sets sold under the brand names of AirVac, NuTone , Canavac and more. This hose is lightweight and easy to use with the full swivel at the gas pump style handle.

Not all central vacuum hoses are created equal and include crushproof, wire-reinforced, electric, non-electric, standard, turbo and more. This hose is electric with a three-way switch on the handle. One position turns only the vacuum on, one postion is off, and the last postion turns the vacuum and powerhead on. The hose is not only lightweight, but also durable. The full 360 degree swivel at the handle helps reduce kinking and features a smooth interior allowing for optimum air flow and limited resistance.

Whether you have standard inlets, direct connect inlets, or are unsure, this is the only hose you will need to purchase. It comes with a pigtail end if you have standard inlets and it also comes with all the parts necessary to convert the hose to direct connect. The conversion is easy and purchasing this hose guarantees you will get just what you need for your system. To view conversion instructions look here.

  • The unique 30ft hose design and materials provide outstanding resilience and flexibility when twisted and crushed by any external pressure.
  • The smooth interior avoids any air resistance.
  • The handle has 360 degree swivel and is a gas pump style
  • Button-lock is located 1 1/4" from the open end.
  • Pig-Tail wall end configuration for use with Universal Standard non-electric valves.
  • Use with:
    • Upper wand (Black) - Part # 51394
    • Lower wand - Part # 36423

Do you still need help?
If you are just not sure which hose to purchase, we can help. First, don't hesitate to call us at 1-800-221-8227 and we can ask you a few simple questions to make sure you get the perfect hose for your central vacuum system. OR...you can follow our two step process outlined right here to walk you through your choices.

STEP ONE: Determine what type of inlets you have.

Customers purchasing online often wonder if their central vacuum inlets are electric. Sometimes there is confusion because ALL central vacuum inlets have low voltage wiring, and many standard inlets allow the use of an on/off hose. Low voltage wiring does not mean an inlet is electric. Here are a few questions about your powerhead that might help you determine if you have electric inlets. This is because the type of powerhead you use is generally related to the type of inlet you have. As always, please call one of our experts at 1-800-221-8227 if you need any assistance at all.

1. What type of brush are you using on your carpet?
If you have mostly bare floors and are using a standard floor or carpet tool, or if you are using a Turbocat, or any air-driven powerhead, then you probably do not have an electric hose. You might want to take a look at our 30ft Turbo Hose.

2. Do you use an electric powerhead on your carpeting?
An electric powerhead will have an electric connection somewhere on the powerhead. You will either see a cord coming from your powerhead or you will see a receptacle where you will plug your cord. If you see this then you need an electric hose.

3. Do you need an electric direct-connect hose or an electric pig-tail hose?
The best way to decide whether you need a direct connect electric hose or a pigtail electric hose is by determining what type of inlets you have. Standrd inlets will require the use of an electric pigtail hose.

NOTE: The 35ft electric hose featured on this page has a direct connect hose end. When the hose plugs into the wall there are no additional cords. Take a look below to see the what a direct connect inlet looks like


Electric Central Vacuum Inlets

central vacuum hose inlets

Electric Inlets can be used with any standard, turbo, pigtail or direct connect hoses but they are designed for direct connect hoses. These inlets require low voltage wiring AND electrical wiring. The low voltage wiring is used to turn the vacuum system on or off. The electrical wiring provides electricity to the powerhead that is used to clean carpet. The direct connect central vacuum hose has electrical wire running through the hose and the end that plugs into the inlet has prongs that fit into the inlet for electricity to the powerhead.

If the inlets pictured above DO NOT look like your inlet then take a look at the standard inlets picture below. If you have standard inlets and an electric powerhead then you will need to purchase an electric pigtail hose. A pigtail electric central vacuum hose will have a cord exposed only on the end of the hose. This cord will plug into the electrical outlet near the central vacuum inlet you are using. A pigtail electric central vacuum hose will have a cord exposed only on the end of the hose. This cord will plug into the electrical outlet near the central vacuum inlet you are using.

Standard Central Vacuum Inlets

central vacuum hose inlets

Standard Inlets are non-electrical inlets. These inlets require low voltage for turning the vacuum system on or off. These inlets have NO electrical capability. If electrical attachments are used (i.e. powerhead), then you need to use a central vacuum hose called a Pigtail Hose. This hose has a powercord attached to it and in addition to connecting the hose to the inlet, there will be a 4 to 8 foot power cord (usually referred to as a Pigtail) that plugs into an electrical outlet for electricity.

NOTE: Standard inlets will not work with the direct connect hose featured on this page.

STEP TWO: Determine what type of hose end you have.

Take a look at the two different types of electric handles; recessed and flushed. The hose offered here is a recessed hose end. If you believe you have a flush hose this is not the hose to purchase, look here for our other hose options.

Recessed Electric Hose Handle

 Pigtail Recessed Hose

The recessed electric hose handle has the recessed cord management system as shown here. If you look just below the chrome piece you will see a small recessed, white receptacle. This is a recessed electric hose handle. Recessed refers to the electric receptacle.

Flush Electric Hose Handle

 Pigtail Flushed Hose

The flush electric hose handle has the flush cord management system as shown here. Just below the chrome piece you will see a small flush, white receptacle. Flush refers to the electric receptacle.

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Products specifications
Hose End Convertible Electric
Hose Type Crushproof
Hose Length (Ft) 30
Switch Type 3-Way Rocker
Wall End Two Pin Plug No Cord
Handle Type Flush
Wand Connection Round
Wall End Corded
Wall End Two Prong

Details

$125.00

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