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IS AN INLET VALVE NOT SHUT PROPERLY?


Check all inlet valves to make sure they are properly shut and it's working correctly and then close it.




DUST CONTAINER FULL?


Check if the indicator light for the dust container or dust bag is illuminated (for models incorporating these features.) Switch off the central vacuum unit, disconnect it from the electrical supply and follow the instruction manual for emptying the dust canister or replace the dust bag (depending on model)




IS THE FILTER CARTRIDGE DIRTY?


Check if the indicator light for a filter change is illuminated (for models incorporating this feature.). Switch off the central vacuum unit, disconnect it from the electrical supply and follow the instruction manual for replacing or cleaning the filter.




ANYTHING OBSTRACTING THE AIR VENT?


Check to see that there is nothing blocking the vent. If you cannot detect anything or are unable to clear the blockage get in contact with our Technical Service Team.





INSTALLATION

WHEN SHOULD A CENTRAL VACUUM BE INSTALLED?


The installation of our system is very simple. It is recommended that it’s carried out when the home is being constructed or when it is having alterations done to it.. Nonetheless we treat each individual project on its merits so please send us your own requirements for evaluation.




THE LARGER, MORE POWERFUL UNIT THE BETTER?


No, each home and/or Project requires a technical study to determine which central vacuum is best suited to provide the required power to the number of inlet valves, determined by the size and layout of the installation.

At SACH UK we seek to optimize these variables and adapt the system to your specific requirements to ensure that you get the maximum benefit from your system and there is no unnecessary expense.




WHY NOT USE MORE INLETS AND SHORTER HOSES?


Each installation requires the correct number of inlet valves. On conventional inlet valves. our experience tells us that an 8 metre hose provides an ample reach and just the right amount of manoeuvrability.

Wherever possible we seek to locate inlet valves in transit areas (corridors, hallways, etc .) so that we have sufficient reach to clean into all the different rooms in the house. The use of a shorter hose together with several inlet valves is not correct because in doing so, our radius of action would be severely limited and the user would be constantly needing to plug in and unplug the hose with each change of location..




CAN THE NETWORK OF PIPES GET BLOCKED?


When installing the system care is taken to provide each valve with an anti-obstacle connecting elbow which prevents any item that might cause a blockage passing into the system.

At the same time the ducting has a greater diametre (51mm) than the flexible hose (32 mm.) Should you ever accidentally vacuum up an object or garment which becomes trapped in the system we recommend that you get in contact with our technical department.




WHERE CAN THE CENTRAL VAC UNIT BE INSTALLED?


In the case of a detached house the best place to locate the central vacuum unit is the boiler room, utility room, garage or cellar/basement.

In the case of a flat or an apartment the best location would be in the utility room should there be one or within a kitchen cabinet.

Consult our Technical Department for the best location for your central vacuum unit.





SAFETY

WHEN SHOULD A CENTRAL VACUUM BE INSTALLED?


The installation of our system is very simple. It is recommended that it’s carried out when the home is being constructed or when it is having alterations done to it.. Nonetheless we treat each individual project on its merits so please send us your own requirements for evaluation.




THE LARGER, MORE POWERFUL UNIT THE BETTER?


No, each home and/or Project requires a technical study to determine which central vacuum is best suited to provide the required power to the number of inlet valves, determined by the size and layout of the installation.

At SACH UK we seek to optimize these variables and adapt the system to your specific requirements to ensure that you get the maximum benefit from your system and there is no unnecessary expense.




WHY NOT USE MORE INLETS AND SHORTER HOSES?


Each installation requires the correct number of inlet valves. On conventional inlet valves. our experience tells us that an 8 metre hose provides an ample reach and just the right amount of manoeuvrability.

Wherever possible we seek to locate inlet valves in transit areas (corridors, hallways, etc .) so that we have sufficient reach to clean into all the different rooms in the house. The use of a shorter hose together with several inlet valves is not correct because in doing so, our radius of action would be severely limited and the user would be constantly needing to plug in and unplug the hose with each change of location..




CAN THE NETWORK OF PIPES GET BLOCKED?


When installing the system care is taken to provide each valve with an anti-obstacle connecting elbow which prevents any item that might cause a blockage passing into the system.

At the same time the ducting has a greater diametre (51mm) than the flexible hose (32 mm.) Should you ever accidentally vacuum up an object or garment which becomes trapped in the system we recommend that you get in contact with our technical department.




WHERE CAN THE CENTRAL VAC UNIT BE INSTALLED?


In the case of a detached house the best place to locate the central vacuum unit is the boiler room, utility room, garage or cellar/basement.

In the case of a flat or an apartment the best location would be in the utility room should there be one or within a kitchen cabinet.

Consult our Technical Department for the best location for your central vacuum unit.





VACUUMED MATERIALS

HOW DO I TURN THE SYSTEM ON OR OFF?


From the hose handle you have a switch that turns on or off the electric floor brush and/or the central vacuum motor. Each inlet is wired back to the central vacuum unit with low voltage wire. On a Retractable Valve, there is a switch to turn the system ON anf OFF. Low voltage wire does not require installation by an electrician.




CAN I USE TWO INLET AT THE SAME TIME?


Apart from where this has been provided for at the planning stage, domestic central vacuum installations normally envisage operation by a single user.

Nevertheless the option of two or more simultaneous can be provided for at the time of planning the installation. Ask us!




IS IT POSSIBLE TO VACUUM WITHOUT A HOSE?


Not from an inlet valve on the wall but, it is possible to use the sweep inlet (if one is installed) as a type of hose-less vacuum.




HOW OFTEN DO I NEED TO CLEAN OR REPLACE FILTERS?


Those central vacuum units which incorporate a system which monitors maintenance requirements (VAC DIGITAL) will show this on the display panel. For units which don’t have this facility, dependant on the level of usage we recommend emptying the dust container and changing the filter every two months. This should be used as a guide but everything depends on the characteristics of the installation, the central vacuum unit selected and the habits of the user of the system.





HOW TO USE

HOW DO I TURN THE SYSTEM ON OR OFF?


From the hose handle you have a switch that turns on or off the electric floor brush and/or the central vacuum motor. Each inlet is wired back to the central vacuum unit with low voltage wire. On a Retractable Valve, there is a switch to turn the system ON anf OFF. Low voltage wire does not require installation by an electrician.




CAN I USE TWO INLET AT THE SAME TIME?


Apart from where this has been provided for at the planning stage, domestic central vacuum installations normally envisage operation by a single user.

Nevertheless the option of two or more simultaneous can be provided for at the time of planning the installation. Ask us!




IS IT POSSIBLE TO VACUUM WITHOUT A HOSE?


Not from an inlet valve on the wall but, it is possible to use the sweep inlet (if one is installed) as a type of hose-less vacuum.




HOW OFTEN DO I NEED TO CLEAN OR REPLACE FILTERS?


Those central vacuum units which incorporate a system which monitors maintenance requirements (VAC DIGITAL) will show this on the display panel. For units which don’t have this facility, dependant on the level of usage we recommend emptying the dust container and changing the filter every two months. This should be used as a guide but everything depends on the characteristics of the installation, the central vacuum unit selected and the habits of the user of the system.





INSUFFICIENT  SUCTION POWER

IS AN INLET VALVE NOT SHUT PROPERLY?


Check all inlet valves to make sure they are properly shut and it's working correctly and then close it.




DUST CONTAINER FULL?


Check if the indicator light for the dust container or dust bag is illuminated (for models incorporating these features.) Switch off the central vacuum unit, disconnect it from the electrical supply and follow the instruction manual for emptying the dust canister or replace the dust bag (depending on model)




IS THE FILTER CARTRIDGE DIRTY?


Check if the indicator light for a filter change is illuminated (for models incorporating this feature.). Switch off the central vacuum unit, disconnect it from the electrical supply and follow the instruction manual for replacing or cleaning the filter.




ANYTHING OBSTRACTING THE AIR VENT?


Check to see that there is nothing blocking the vent. If you cannot detect anything or are unable to clear the blockage get in contact with our Technical Service Team.





WON'T START UP

WHEN SHOULD A CENTRAL VACUUM BE INSTALLED?


The installation of our system is very simple. It is recommended that it’s carried out when the home is being constructed or when it is having alterations done to it.. Nonetheless we treat each individual project on its merits so please send us your own requirements for evaluation.




THE LARGER, MORE POWERFUL UNIT THE BETTER?


No, each home and/or Project requires a technical study to determine which central vacuum is best suited to provide the required power to the number of inlet valves, determined by the size and layout of the installation.

At SACH UK we seek to optimize these variables and adapt the system to your specific requirements to ensure that you get the maximum benefit from your system and there is no unnecessary expense.




WHY NOT USE MORE INLETS AND SHORTER HOSES?


Each installation requires the correct number of inlet valves. On conventional inlet valves. our experience tells us that an 8 metre hose provides an ample reach and just the right amount of manoeuvrability.

Wherever possible we seek to locate inlet valves in transit areas (corridors, hallways, etc .) so that we have sufficient reach to clean into all the different rooms in the house. The use of a shorter hose together with several inlet valves is not correct because in doing so, our radius of action would be severely limited and the user would be constantly needing to plug in and unplug the hose with each change of location..




CAN THE NETWORK OF PIPES GET BLOCKED?


When installing the system care is taken to provide each valve with an anti-obstacle connecting elbow which prevents any item that might cause a blockage passing into the system.

At the same time the ducting has a greater diametre (51mm) than the flexible hose (32 mm.) Should you ever accidentally vacuum up an object or garment which becomes trapped in the system we recommend that you get in contact with our technical department.




WHERE CAN THE CENTRAL VAC UNIT BE INSTALLED?


In the case of a detached house the best place to locate the central vacuum unit is the boiler room, utility room, garage or cellar/basement.

In the case of a flat or an apartment the best location would be in the utility room should there be one or within a kitchen cabinet.

Consult our Technical Department for the best location for your central vacuum unit.





TROUBLESHOOT

IS AN INLET VALVE NOT SHUT PROPERLY?


Check all inlet valves to make sure they are properly shut and it's working correctly and then close it.




DUST CONTAINER FULL?


Check if the indicator light for the dust container or dust bag is illuminated (for models incorporating these features.) Switch off the central vacuum unit, disconnect it from the electrical supply and follow the instruction manual for emptying the dust canister or replace the dust bag (depending on model)




IS THE FILTER CARTRIDGE DIRTY?


Check if the indicator light for a filter change is illuminated (for models incorporating this feature.). Switch off the central vacuum unit, disconnect it from the electrical supply and follow the instruction manual for replacing or cleaning the filter.




ANYTHING OBSTRACTING THE AIR VENT?


Check to see that there is nothing blocking the vent. If you cannot detect anything or are unable to clear the blockage get in contact with our Technical Service Team.





WE VALUE OUR CLIENTS

 

We invest in long-term customer relationships. Our agents devote both time and resources to understanding the clients we serve. We strongly believe that the quality of our specialists, the timeliness of our response and the ease of during business with us will demonstrate the value of working with GREEN VAC. Please contact us if you would like more detailed information about how our consultants can make a significant difference to your project.

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GUARANTEE CONDITIONS – DOMESTIC CENTRAL VACUUM UNITS

  • This guarantee runs for a period of 24 months from the date of installation as it appears on the guarantee card which is to be completed by the final user. The guarantee should be completed in full and returned to the manufacturer within 15 days of the date of installation.

  • In the event that the guarantee is not received by SACH, the guarantee will run from the date of manufacture and the manufacturer’s responsibility will be limited, consequently, to the repair of the appliance, the manufacturer being absolved of any liability for damage to persons, objects or third parties.

  • The customer remains responsible for the correct installation of the appliance and its correct use, the guarantee covering all failures of the appliance other than those resulting from improper use or inappropriate manipulation of the product.

  • The guarantee envisages the replacement of any parts deemed to be defective by an authorised SACH technical service provider. 

  • The guarantee does not cover consumables such as the HEPA filter, protective filter, vacuuming tools or hoses, etc.

  • The guarantee does not cover defects or failures resulting from negligence, improper use, voltage spikes or incorrect maintenance. 

  • In the event that the appliance is repaired by an unauthorised repair company or where the appliance has been used inappropriately, (eg. for the vacuuming of builder’s rubble, liquids or ashes,) the guarantee is automatically invalidated.

  • The guarantee does not cover for shipping or travel costs which are for the account of the customer.

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