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At Atepac, we offer a wide range of motors for various brands of central vacuum systems, including Aertecnica, Aerena, Airflow, Aldes, Aspibox, Aspiramic, Astrovac, Atome, Bean Electrolux, Cyclovac, Domus, Duovac, Général d'Aspiration, Husky, Trema, Vacuflo, and more.

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1400W motor kit for Dyvac, C. cleaner, C.Booster, C.Power, C.dooble control units, 1 year warranty, ALDES 11171626
Original price was: 183.90€ incl tax.Current price is: 167.70€ incl tax.
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How to choose a motor compatible with your central vacuum system?

To choose a compatible motor for your central vacuum system, you need to consider the following factors :

  1. Brand and Model: Identify the brand and model of your existing central vacuum system. This information will help you find a compatible motor specifically designed for your system.
  2. Power and Specifications: Check the power rating and specifications of your current motor. Look for a replacement motor with similar power characteristics to ensure optimal performance.
  3. Motor Type: Determine the type of motor used in your central vacuum system. Common types include bypass motors and tangential motors. Choose a replacement motor that matches the type used in your system.
  4. Mounting and Connection: Consider the mounting and connection requirements of your existing motor. Look for a replacement motor that has the same mounting style and compatible electrical connections.
  5. Consult Manufacturer or Expert: If you’re unsure about the specific motor requirements for your central vacuum system, it’s best to consult the manufacturer or seek advice from a qualified expert who can assist you in finding the appropriate motor.

By considering these factors, you can narrow down your options and select a compatible motor for your central vacuum system.

How to maintain my motor?

To properly maintain your central vacuum system motor, you can follow these steps:

  1. Regular Cleaning: Keep the motor area clean and free from dust and debris. Use a soft cloth or brush to gently remove any buildup on the motor and surrounding components.
  2. Filter Cleaning or Replacement: Depending on your system, it may have filters that need to be cleaned or replaced regularly. Refer to the manufacturer’s instructions to determine the appropriate maintenance schedule for your specific filters.
  3. Motor Inspection: Periodically inspect the motor for any signs of damage or wear. Check for loose connections, frayed wires, or excessive heat buildup. If you notice any issues, it is recommended to contact a professional for repair or replacement.
  4. Lubrication: Some motors may require lubrication for optimal performance. Consult the manufacturer’s guidelines to determine if your motor needs lubrication and what type of lubricant is recommended.
  5. Professional Servicing: For more extensive maintenance or repairs, it is advisable to seek the assistance of a professional technician who specializes in central vacuum systems. They can perform thorough inspections, cleanings, and address any motor-related issues effectively.

Remember to always refer to the specific maintenance instructions provided by the manufacturer of your central vacuum system for the most accurate and detailed guidelines.