July 09, 2014 by Rachel Cericola
While central vacuum is certainly a nice thing to have, some messes are just too big for the typical setup. That’s probably why H-P Products just introduced the Element 2300.
The Element 2300 is a central vac system that can accommodate those big messes—or at least big homes. According to H-P, this is the company’s most powerful Element Series central vacuum power unit, designed to handle homes up to 12,000 square feet.
It has a dual-filtration system to handle the heavy stuff and reduce wear and tear on the filter, as well as a CleanShield inverted filter for some of the smaller dust particles. A carbon dust filtration system on the Ametek motor also boasts a little wall protection, all while reducing carbon dust emission.
Also worth noting is that the motor came out of a partnership between H-P and Ametek/Lamb. The new 8.4-inch-high design delivers 707 max air watts of power and 136 CFM of airflow for picking up all sorts of teeny, tiny particles. There’s also an on-board inlet for easy vacuuming from the power unit location.
“Convenience, power and efficiency are the key factors driving central vacuum adoption these days,” said Amy Wesely, marketing manager for H-P Products. “The Element 2300 is about as low-maintenance as it comes for a central vacuum system since the filter never needs replacing, there’s no exhaust required, and the dirt canister only needs to be emptied three or four times a year.”
According to H-P Products, the Element 2300 is also backed by a lifetime limited warranty to the original homeowner.
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Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.
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