About Our System

Zenex Central Vacuum Systems are designed to last the life of the house. This particular vacuum system can become a key asset to your home. Promoting a clean, healthy home and wellbeing, you’re guaranteed to fall in love with this Central vacuum system. The Zenex central vacuum parts fit all major brands. This means you can use our vacuum system or our vacuum system parts for any and all vacuum repairs. If your home does not have an already existing hose or accessories for a centralized vacuum unit, we would recommend looking into a complete vacuum attachment kit.

Our base in Western Mass allows us to have a vantage point for any traveling in regards to vacuum parts sales or repairs. We’re centrally located, and always ready and available. As with any machine with a motor, the ability to filter and prevent dirt from reaching the moving parts will greatly prolong the motor life. With this in mind, Zenex Central Vacuum System Power Units have permanent, self-cleaning Kant-Klog filter assemblies (except for model #300). If you have a Zenex vacuum system already installed in your home, but need a part for it or to repair it, we have all compatible products that’ll keep your system in top condition.

This filter never needs to be removed, cleaned, or handled in any way!

How to Specify a Power Unit for your Home

Many manufacturers suggest that house size is the primary determining factor for choosing the proper sized power unit. It is true that a larger house should have a larger power unit. A large house takes longer to clean, which means the vacuum will run for longer periods of time. A large motor is more heavy duty, and is better suited to continuous use than a smaller motor.

A family’s lifestyle should play an important role in determining power unit size. Pets, kids, & lots of foot traffic can create big cleaning jobs, regardless of house size. Another important factor is the length of you time that you expect to live in your home. Zenex models carry a seven or ten year warranty depending on the unit you choose.


Central vacuum power is rated by measuring the suction (Waterlift), and airflow (Cubic feet per minute of air velocity- CFM) of a given vacuum motor. Below you will find the specifications for the Zenex Central Vacuum System Power Units.

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Owner’s Manual

Click to download and read the 2015 Owner’s Manual