ZVac Compatible Installation Kit Replacement for All Central Vacuum 88 feet o...

ZVac Compatible Installation Kit Replacement for All Central Vacuum 88 feet o...
ZVac Compatible Installation Kit Replacement for All Central Vacuum 88 feet o...
ZVac Compatible Installation Kit Replacement for All Central Vacuum 88 feet o...

ZVac Compatible Installation Kit Replacement for All Central Vacuum 88 feet o...

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The ultimate all in one central vacuum rough-in kit so
your home can have a central vac easily installed. If you're thinking about
installing a built-in central vacuum cleaning system, then look no further!
ZVac the makers of the best central vacuum cleaning systems on the market
today bring you the all in one ZVac central vacuum installation kit that works
with all new brands including: Aggresor, Air King, Airstream, AirVac, Allegro,
Astrovac, Beam, Broan, Cana-Vac, Centralux, Cirrus, Dirt Devil, DrainVac,
DuoVac, DustCare, Easy-Flo, Electrolux, Eureka, Frigidaire, Hayden, Honeywell,
Hoover, Husky, Imperium, MD, Nadair, NuTone, PowerStar, Pullman-Holt, Riccar,
Royal, Simplicity, Vacuflo, Vacumaid, Valet & ZVac!. This kit has 88 feet of
pipe and is enough for standard 3 central vac inlets. 88 feet of pipe (22
pieces of pipe 4' long each)2 -Sweep T 90's (for connecting the inlet pipe
together)3 - Short 90's (for backing plate of inlet)6 - 45 fittings (for pipe
installation)9 - Long (sweep) 90's (for pipe installation)6 - Pipe clamps (for
holding the pipe up)16 - Pipe couplings (for connecting pipe in a straight
run)3 - Inlet Backing plates (backing plates for mounting the central vacuum
inlets to the wall studs)3 - Standard Low Voltage Inlets (this is where you
plug the central vacuum hose in to)1 - Bundle of low voltage wire (check local
laws about requirements of low voltage gauge before installation!) INSTALLING
A CENTRAL VACUUM SYSTEM Step 1: Plan Layout Installation. Each inlet you
intend will boost the cost of a system and increase the probability of air
leaks that reduce the suction of the system. Plan carefully, with this in
mind, so that you can keep the number of inlets to a minimum. Step 2: Install
Power Unit. Intend to place the power unit/collection canister away from
living areas in the basement, a utility room, the garage, or a comparable
location. Plan to place the unit on or near an exterior wall so that it is
easy to route the exhaust line outdoors. Although some forms of central vacuum
do not need to be exhausted outdoors, if you exhaust it, you can minimize the
dust produced by the device. Don't put the device where temperatures, such as
in a furnace room, small closet, or attic, can get hot. For a long life and
proper operation, the power unit needs good ventilation. Step 3: Install Inlet
Valves. On each floor, most houses need one or two inlets, centrally placed,
so that every corner of every room is within the reach of the vacuum hose
(typically about 30 feet). While inlets are best situated along the base of
interior walls, if they are positioned away from foot traffic, they can be
mounted on floors (all floor inlets should have metal covers). Step 4: Run PVC
Piping. Tubing can run under the floor in a single-story house with a basement
or crawl space and stub into walls for a short distance or serve floor inlets
directly (by far the easiest method when retrofitting). If a house has
restricted access under floors, such as a two-story house, tubing must be
redirected elsewhere. Typical solutions are vertically running tubing through
laundry chutes, behind shelves, exposed in wardrobe corners, or boxed in at
one of the corners of a room. Another common alternative is horizontally
running tubing in an attic and then lowering it down through a wall or into a
cabinet or closet. Short, straight, and direct are the best runs. Read more
WHY INSTALL A CENTRAL VACUUM SYSTEM? Central vacuums eliminate allergy
symptoms and do an outstanding job of vacuuming, in addition to being handy.
Since the vacuum canister can be larger than a traditional household vacuum,
without re-circulating such allergens into living spaces like a conventional,
compact vacuum cleaner would, it can do a more efficient job of gathering
dust, pollen, dander, and other airborne contaminants. While central vacuums
are bigger and more efficient than traditional vacuums, since the motor is
remote, they are quieter. Efficient Lightweight Cleaning Consider installing a
built-in central vacuum system if you want to be able to vacuum your house
easily and quietly, without dragging around a vacuum cleaner. You just hold a
lightweight vacuum hose with a central vacuum and a wand with a vacuum cleaner
head. The central vac turns on automatically when you plug the hose into a
wall or floor inlet valve. No More Vacuum Cleaner Loud Sound! Since the
central vacuum motor normally hangs outside the living room, without
disrupting TV watching or phone calls, you can vacuum quietly. In most
situations, you only hear the "woosh" of air hitting the head of the vacuum. A
central vac helps minimize household noise as a result. Cleaner Healthier
Living Environment In addition, fine dust particles, an issue with most
compact vacuum cleaners, do not blow back into living spaces. This is
particularly important for individuals who are susceptible to airborne dust.
Minimized Maintenance & Value! A central vacuum system will rarely become
obstructed, particularly if the tubing has been poorly mounted. One more plus:
Usually, big canisters need to be drained just two or three times a year. A
central vacuum system increases the home's resale value by nearly two thousand
dollars or more, according to Home Building.com! Efficient Lightweight
Cleaning No More Vacuum Cleaner Loud Sound! Cleaner Healthier Living
Environment Minimized Maintenance & Longer Vacuum Life ADDITIONAL COMPATIBLE
PRODUCTS Central Vacuum Electric Hose Kit 2" Pipe Cutter Turbo Powerhead Inlet
Installation Kit Central Vac Condo Unit Central Vac Home Unit


  • This central vacuum install kit has 88ft of pipe! Most all you will need for a weekend warrior! Our Central vacuum installation kit with all fittings and pipe by ZVac (Excluding the CVAC attachments and central vacuum main power unit)
  • Generic, Not An OEM Product, Marks and Models Mentioned For Compatibility Purposes Only
  • Our central vacuum installation parts kit fits all brands and makes and models using 2" OD pipe (the standard since 1974 in The USA). Works in new and exisiting home construction ZVac Brad Compatible Replacement For Nutone, Beam, Eureka, Vacuflo, Vacumaid, HP Vacuflo, Hayden, Broan, Electrolux, Honeywell, Canavac, Riccar, Simplicity, Imperium, MD, ZVac, Cyclovac & all other brands!
  • All central vacuum pipe and fittings in our installation kit are high quality to ASTM F2158 standards!
  • NOTE: ZVac central vacuum install kit do NOT include glue. Any PVC glue is fine to use for our central vacuum kit. Includes all central vacuum wall plate & central vacuum pipe fittings.


  • Package Dimensions: 57.52 x 13.5 x 10.24 inches
  • Item Weight: 28.1 pounds
  • Item model number: ZvacCvacInstallKit88FT
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Batteries Required?: No

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