Commercial and Industrial locations often make use of commercial central vacuum cleaning systems or industrial central vacuum cleaning systems because of the sheer size and capacity that is required to serve these functions. Any such system comprises a ‘central vacuum unit’ which is conveniently placed anywhere in the location of the industrial or commercial complex. From this point, a pipeline is laid to various locales in the premises to the various strategically placed socket boxes fitted on the floor or the walls. These socket boxes normally have flap lids, which are closed but can be flipped open such that a hose can be fitted into to work as any regular domestic vacuum cleaner would do.
The capacity of the central unit is decided based on the number of sockets that are used simultaneously at a given moment of time. The suction pressure and the length and complexity of the pipeline have to be measured carefully with each other.
The pipelines are of a special kind because the material that flows through them is not restricted to air only: all kinds of dust particles and larger objects etc. make their way through these pipelines. The waste is usually collected at the central unit and its disposal can be done, as is the requirement, the nature of the waste, its quantity and any further utility.
Some commercial and industrial central vacuum cleaners also allow the possibility for the waste coming from different areas to be collected separately. Although vacuum cleaners are usually designed for the clearing of dry waste like dust etc. some are also equipped to handle liquid waste with certain kinds of technical fittings and accessories.
Commercial and Industrial Central Vacuum Cleaning Systems have many advantages as compared to their domestic counterparts. Since, the system is fundamentally based on non-portability, it allows for more suction power because there are no conditions on the size and weight as such. Filter less central vacuum cleaners on such a scale further reduce cost because of the lack of clogging around the filters and the reduced inconvenience of changing filters over time. Moreover, they can deal with various kinds of debris, especially liquid debris with the use of the accessories called ‘Wet Vacuum Interceptors’ which manage to separate the liquid debris from the solid ones. These cleaners usually have outlets attached to the back of the buildings so that the post vacuuming smell or the chances of recirculation of contaminated air. Since, the system works through hose pipes, which are long and flexible, the impediment of lugging a machine around various nooks and crannies is readily addressed.
And last but not the least, they are machines that are usually quite durable and are regarded as permanent fixtures in a commercial or industrial building. Plus, they are not easily vulnerable to wear and tear over long periods of time. This reduces the initial high cost to a very large extent and makes the overall cost quite low and thus, advantageous.