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MVAC M47 Central Vac

If you live in a condo or an apartment, where there is not a lot of space, but you want a central vac system that gets the job done for you, then the MVAC M47 may be just the system for you.

Allowing you to run a maximum of six inlet valves, and boasting 670 air watts of power, this central vac system will keep your apartment or condo clean.

This system is perfect for anyone who doesn’t have the space to keep a vacuum in a closet, but wants to get all the hard to reach dirt and grime that is in the corners of the apartment or condo, or deep in the carpet. With a permanent filter and dirt bag that holds five gallons of debris, this system will keep running for you, day after day.

The M47 uses MVAC’s excellent AntiVibraSon system, which reduces the amount of vibration from the engine, while at the same time reducing the sound as well. The self-cleaning filter uses HEPA filters to increase the overall air quality in your home. In addition, each filter is coated in Teflon to improve its performance for you in the home.

While the M47 system is great for an apartment or condo, it can handle up to 7,000 square feet, which is a huge amount of area. It will operate at less than 64 decibels, which is about how loud people talk, and it includes a mounting bracket.

If you want an excellent system that will keep your home clean and runs nice and quiet, then the M47 is the perfect system for you.


  • Compact central vacuum with bag – 120 V
  • 650 Airwatts
  • Warranty: 10 years *
  • Designed for average to large homes

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How Does A Central Vac Work?

The central vacuum system is a great way to minimize clutter and maximize cleaning efficiency in a home or business.With a central vacuum, you don’t have to carry around an appliance while you vacuum, or worry that your vacuum won’t reach to a corner.

What Types of Central Vacuum Systems Are There?

When you think of the central vacuum system, you may think there is only one kind. It has an engine, hose, pipes and it vacuums up dirt and dust. While that may seem like there is all to it, the truth is that there are three distinct types of central vac systems.

Can You Install A Central Vac In An Existing House?

You may love the idea of a central vac system in your home, but worry about installing one. After all, putting hoses in walls, an engines in the basement and an entire suction system may seem like a huge renovation.

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