Floor care has changed tremendously over the last 100 years. For centuries, a broom was the only way to clean floors.
Once the dustpan was developed, a mechanical sweeper was introduced. After that, various types of vacuum cleaners were designed using different mechanisms to generate a vacuum, e.g. a hand pump, a gas driven vacuum cleaner, etc.
Finally, the electrical vacuum cleaner as we know it was developed. The main parts of a vacuum cleaner are the vacuum pump (motor), vacuum hose, wand, and floor tool.
Plastic vacuum hoses are an integral part of modern-day vacuum cleaners.
For more than 60 years, we have designed, developed and manufactured vacuum hoses for different type of vacuum cleaners. To this day, our goal is to fulfill and exceed our customers’ expectations.
We focus on designing and developing custom and innovative plastic vacuum hose system solutions including flexible plastic hoses, cuffs to connect the hose to the vacuum cleaner, and handles.
Canister vacuum cleaner hoses connect the dust collector unit and floor tool. To enable vacuuming under difficult-to-reach surfaces, different floor tools can be attached.
An upright vacuum cleaner is an all-in-one device. The vacuum hose on an upright vacuum cleaner enables and improves the cleaning of difficult-to-reach surfaces, like furniture and stairways.
Wet & dry vacuum cleaners are used to collect dust, debris, and/or liquids. Click below to read more about our vacuum hoses for wet & dry vacuum cleaners.
Steam vacuum cleaners are used to sanitize and cleanse surfaces using heated water vapor action without the addition of any chemical cleaning agents.
Shampoo vacuum cleaners typically apply detergents to clean carpets, upholstery and even hard surfaces. Click below to read more about our vacuum hoses for shampoo vacuum cleaners.
Scrubbers are heavy duty vacuum cleaners with large floor tools. Click below to read more about our vacuum hoses for scrubbers.
Central vacuum cleaning systems are large vacuum cleaners installed in e.g. garages and homes. They are often connected to a pre-installed or retrofitted plastic piping system plumbed within the walls.