TurboCat Turbo Brush
The Vacuflo Turbocat Powerhead is a powerful, air-driven turbine powerhead that uses the airflow of your central vacuum system for deep cleaning your carpets.
It's lightweight and easy to maneuver, making cleaning under and around furniture a breeze. The Vacuflo Turbocat Powerhead is designed for the way people clean today. It's light, responsive and highly maneuverable. It's easy to use but will be hard on the dust and dirt in your home.
High-Speed Turbine & Shaft for Power
Turbocat's turbine wheel generates the air power required for superior cleaning performance. The turbine shaft includes a unique design that prevents belt breakage. The shaft has a smooth step-down feature that allows the belt to disengage from the belt drive if something should become obstructed in the Turbocat.
Exclusive DeepSweep Agitator
The DeepSweep Agitator was created to efficiently bring embedded dirt to the surface, so it can easily be vacuumed away. The staggered bristle design allows constant contact of the bristle to the carpet. The crimped bristles effectively separate carpet fibres allowing airflow to pick up and remove deep, embedded dirt.
Non-slip Cogged Drive Belt
Turbine power is relayed to the high-velocity DeepSweep Agitator by a specially designed cogged belt drive. The belt reduces slippage for more consistent performance and outlives the conventional flat belts used on most electric powerheads.
Wide Vacuum Path with Double Edge Cleaning
The large 13" vacuum path provides superior cleaning performance with the exclusive T-shape design. The unique T-design allows for easy maneuvering around and under furniture and true edge cleaning, even against baseboards.
System Performance Indicator
Since the Turbocat needs airflow to operate it works as a gauge of your central vacuum system performance. If the system airflow is restricted, the Turbocat will slow down, letting the user know the central vacuum is not operating at optimum performance levels. This drop-in airflow could be attributed to clogged bags, filters or a tube line clog. Electric powerheads will not gauge restricted airflow in the system. The motor will keep rotating the brush roller even though there is little dirt being vacuumed because of a clogged dirt bag or filter.