VACUFLO Filtered Cyclonic power units utilize cyclonic separation for primary filtration and a pleated filter for secondary filtration. Unlike central vacuum systems that rely on permanent cloth filters, the powerful performance of VACUFLO will not decrease as dirt accumulates.

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Filtered Cyclonic is a great choice for
Hide-A-Hose systems. Features a pleated cartridge filter that is suggested to be changed at minimum once a year, provides ample power, quiet operation and on-board inlet vavles providing easy access to your unit when installed in a basement, garage or utility room without needing to install an additional valve. It is optional to exhaust this units outside making them a great choice for retrofit installations and in situations where the unit cannot be installed close to an exterior wall of the home.

  • Optional to exhaust outdoors
  • Utilizes cyclonic seperation for primary filtration and a pleated cartridge filter for secondary filtration
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Wide range of units to accomodate any home size
  • Large capacity dirt receptacle
  • Removes 100% of vacuumed dirt, dust, allergens and debris from the home
  • Assembled in Canton, Ohio by H-P Products, a trusted name in the industry
  • Provides for whole-house cleaning with one simple system
Model

Recommended
Home Size (Sq.Ft.)

Sealed
Vacuum
(H2O Lift)
CFM 
Max

Max Air
Watts*

Volts Max/Avg.
Amps**
Collection
Capacity
(Gallons)

Level of
Quietness
(Decibels)***

FC300 up to 2,500  106"  115  422  120 11.2/9.9  4  73.7
 FC550 up to 5,000  125"  121  520  120 14.0/11.3  6  64.2
 FC650 up to 8,000  141"  124  575  120 15.7/12.4  6  62.8
 FC1550
Dual Motor
up to 18,000  128"  228  1010  240 13.4/11.6  6  66.0

 * ASTM recognizes air watts as air power and is defined as "above the floor cleaning potential."
** Maximum amps refer to the potential amount of current if the power unit is running in a stand-alone situation. (no tubing or accessories attached). Average amps refer to the actual amount of current used when the power unit is in typical operation (installed, with accessories attached).
*** ASTM draft F11.50.07 test method was used to determine dBA ratings. Sound levels were measured at 6' from the power unit. All power units were exhausted outdoors.

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