People who suffer from asthma and other respiratory problems make up 20% of the population in New Zealand. Beam Central Vacuum Systems by their design improve the internal quality of the air inside the home by totally removing the dirty exhaust air from the living environment, generated by vacuum cleaners.
Recent trends see New Zealand homes being built to achieve air tightness. While this does improve the energy-efficiency of homes, it also means less air circulation and a decline in air quality.
The quality of the air inside the home can be worse than people think.
When you vacuum with a Portable Cleaner, the heavy dirt is collected in the bag and the exhaust air is released from the rear of the machine. In this exhaust, is a micro dirt/dust, which will pass straight through the cleaner's filter. This micro-dust is so fine that sometimes, even the best Hepa filter, will not be able to prevent it from being expelled in the exhaust air.
When using a Central Vacuum Cleaning System, you clean in just the same way, however, in this case, the dirt vacuumed and the exhaust of the machine, which carries the micro dust, is transported away from the living areas.
This air is removed through a ducting system from the area being cleaned. The dirt is dropped in the bucket of the power Unit, the exhaust is expelled from the power unit, usually in the garage. Ideally, this exhaust air should be vented directly outside, this would prevent it from ever being drawn back into the house, if the door into the house, was left open.
The polluted exhaust air, generated by the cleaner, is totally removed from the air that you breathe, in the living environment of the house.
The emphasis on having a high-quality filter is very important with portable vacuum cleaners. The reason being is that the exhaust air of the cleaner is expelled in the room being cleaned. The advantage of cleaning systems is that the inhabitants of the room, do not breathe the exhaust air during the cleaning process, as it is removed from this area.
Beam Systems Power Units do have high-quality GORE-TEX filters, which remove tiny particles from the exhaust at 98% efficiency down to 0.3 microns.
Beam Cleaning Systems have big motors and fans which shift a lot of air.
For example, the Beam 700 Power Unit has an air wattage of 700 and expels air (from the orifice at the motor) at the rate of 52.6 l/sec. or 112 CFM
While vacuum cleaning, a remarkable amount of air is removed from the room because the exhaust of the cleaner is ducted away from the room. The air that is removed from the room, is replaced with fresh air that is encouraged to come into the room.
Make sure you have a window open when you clean.
Beam Systems will make your house smell fresher and cleaner every time you clean, and will remove the smells that are often associated with vacuum cleaners.
These important health benefits should be considered when you are building a new house, as it is an ideal time to consider installing a Beam Cleaning System.
The importance of breathing healthy air in your home can not be understated for yourself and for your family.
The Asthma and Respiratory Foundation of New Zealand
The Beam Alliance Series was evaluated over a six month period by this organization and is now, the only Central Vacuum System, recommended by the Asthma Foundation of New Zealand.
They found, that our Systems, by their design, truly help asthma and allergy sufferers in New Zealand.
By making the air we breathe healthier in our homes, Beam Systems can have a significant effect on the quality of the lives of people who suffer from respiratory illnesses.
Beam New Zealand was pleased to support the recent Respiratory Conference that was held at the Pullman Hotel in Auckland 22-23rd Nov. 2018
We believe it is a privilege to be associated with the NZ Asthma and Respiratory Foundation.