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How does a central vacuum cleaner work?

The motor is the heart of the vacuum cleaner system. This ensures that the air inside the central vacuum cleaner is rotated and powerful under-pressure results. At more than 100 km/h, the extracted air is ejected into the cylindrical cyclonic filter space. Thanks to the fast rotation movement, the particles contained in the air are pressed onto the outer wall, where they are removed into the dirt tank in a circular motion. Even heavy vacuum material is separated efficiently via the cyclone principle. The vacuum dirt is collected in the calm air in the dirt tank. This tank therefore includes a high dust collection volume, which only needs to be emptied once annually.