VACUFLO True Cyclonic Power Units provide sustained cleaning power by separating the dirt from the airflow without the use of bags or filters! The powerful cleaning performance will not decrease as dirt accumulates

True Cyclonic is our tried and true power unit- bagless, filterless, and a workhorse of a central vacuum. With a 6-gallon dirt canister and the unit being exhausted outside the home, minimal maintenance is needed throughout the year. It is suggested that every 4-6 months, empty the dirt canister and clean the permanent filter screen to promote maximum airflow to the motor allowing for consistent power and worry-free operation each and every time you vacuum.

  • No bags or filters needed
  • Required to be exhausted outside
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Wide range of units to accommodate 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)***
260 up to 3,000 112″ 116 443 120 14.2/10.5 5.5 70.1
466Q up to 5,000 121″ 114 477 120 14.9/11.6 6 59.7
566Q up to 8,000 135″ 118 535 120 15.6/12.0 6 60.7
760
Dual Motor
up to 12,000 112″ 232 886 120 28.4/21.0 6 67.8
MaxAir
Dual Motor
up to 22,000 208″ 122 903 240 13.8/13.0 6 71.1

* 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.