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CVS3.16 Vacuum Cleaner

CVS3.16 Vacuum Cleaner

CVS3.16 Vacuum Cleaner
The Central Vacuum System (CVS) is composed of several components including a cleaner host, pipe network, vacuum port, and vacuum accessories. The main vacuum cleaner unit is typically installed in the garage, balcony, or equipment room. To use the system, you would connect a hose to the vacuum suction port located in different areas of your home. The suction power generated by the main unit will then pull in harmful gases, dust, and other debris through the vacuum cleaning pipes.

The Menred central vacuum cleaner collectes dirt and debris are transported through the pipe network and deposited into the large capacity trash container of the central vacuum cleaner, which can be easily emptied at regular intervals.

This setup allows for a more convenient and efficient cleaning process, as there is no need to carry a heavy vacuum cleaner around the house. The CVS effectively removes dust and pollutants from your indoor environment, improving overall air quality.

Technical data


CVS3.16 W160

CVS3.16 W180

Working principle

Mixed cyclone

Host shell

Stainless steel



Rated power (W)



Power supply (V)


Negative pressure valve(H2Omm)



Flow (m3/h)



Air watts (W)



Sucking valve on power unit


Motor protection system



External type

Dust storage capacity (L)


N.W./G.W. (KG)


Host size (mm)





Central vacuum cleaners offer several advantages over traditional portable vacuum cleaners:

  1. Powerful Suction: Central vacuum systems are typically more powerful than portable vacuum cleaners, as they have a larger motor and don’t have the same size and weight limitations. This allows for better suction and more efficient cleaning.

  2. Convenient and Easy to Use: With a central vacuum system, you only need to carry a lightweight hose and handle from room to room, instead of lugging around a heavy vacuum cleaner. This makes cleaning easier and less strenuous, especially for larger homes.

  3. Quieter Operation: Since the main vacuum unit is located in a separate area, such as the garage or equipment room, the noise generated by the motor is significantly reduced. This allows for quieter cleaning, without disturbing others in the household.

  4. Improved Indoor Air Quality: Central vacuum systems remove dirt, dust, allergens, and other pollutants from the living space and transport them to a central collection container located outside the living area. This helps to improve indoor air quality, particularly for individuals with allergies or respiratory sensitivities.

  5. Versatile Cleaning Options: Central vacuum systems often come with a range of attachments and accessories suitable for different cleaning tasks. This includes specialized tools for carpets, hard floors, upholstery, and even pet grooming.

  6. Longer Lifespan: Central vacuum systems are built to be durable and long-lasting. They often have longer warranty periods compared to portable vacuum cleaners and require less frequent maintenance.

  7. Added Home Value: Installing a central vacuum system can increase the value of your home. It is considered a desirable feature by potential buyers, especially in new or upgraded properties.

Overall, central vacuum cleaners provide a more convenient, powerful, and efficient cleaning solution, while improving indoor air quality and reducing noise levels during use.



Economy Park HQs, Yueqing City, China.


Weisswasser Germany

MENRED Green Building Industrial Park

Lingkun Island,Wenzhou City,Zhejiang China.

MENRED Enviro-Tech Industrial Park

Nanhu District, Jiaxing City, Zhejiang China.