Hayden Central Vacuums | Sales, Repair, Service, & Installation

Hayden Central Vacuum Local Sales, Repair & Installation serving South Florida

Once we have discussed the details of your central vac repair or installation, a certified technician will be scheduled & dispatched to your home in South, Florida. Big or small, we'll take on the job. When fast service is needed; call Gator! We install, service, and sell all the major central vacuum brands. Some central vacuum system repairs simply require a replacement motor, relay, transformer, or central vacuum power unit. We come to every job site with a stocked truck including supplies such as hoses, attachments, motors, power units, etc.

Hayden central vacuums are one of the highest quality central vacuums on the market. We carry an assortment of compatible parts, such as hoses, Hayden attachment kits, filters, motors, etc. If you have any question, or do not find what you are looking for please call our staff at 1.800.322.2965

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Gator Vacuum sells every part and accessory required to repair your   central vacuum system!. We have one of the largest selections of Central Vacuums, Household Vacuums, Commercial Vacuums and Backpack Vacuums.

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Hayden Vacuum products are owned and manufactured by Canplas LLC, which is a division of Aliaxis Group and is in markets in over 20 countries worldwide and their products are considered some of the most efficient. The Hayden brand started back in the 1970s with Ted Hayden working for his mothers vacuum store. In 1993, well after taking over the family business, he began manufacturing the first of the Hayden line. In 2007, Hayden was bought by Canplas Industries, a division of Aliaxis Group. Aliaxis is a worldwide leading manufacturer of building materials. Hayden is distributed in over 20 countries and is a top manufacturer for cyclonic central vacuums. One of the selling points of a Hayden central vacuum system is their use of technology in making their systems more efficient.

From the SuperVac™ Cyclonic System, to the SuperPack™ and the SuperValve™, Hayden has been making innovative products that just work. Read more about the SuperVac™ Cyclonic System below.

Top Hayden Central Vacuum Products by Model

Hayden SuperVac 5000 550 AirWatts, Up to 3,500 Sq. Ft.
Hayden SuperVac 7000 550 AirWatts, Up to 4,000 Sq. Ft.
Hayden SuperVac 9000 620 AirWatts, Up to 10,000 Sq. Ft.
Hayden Classic 620 AirWatts, Up to 10,000 Sq. Ft.

What are the Reasons I should buy a Hayden Central Vacuum Unit?

  • Cyclonic Dirt Separation: You will enjoy sustained and efficient cleaning performance every time you use the vacuum. Even when the dirt receptacle is full, you will get a high degree of performance. You will never have to change, buy, or replace the filters and bags. The advanced filtration technology offered by Hayden will protect the motor and thus enable performance and increase its life.
  • SuperVac™: SuperVac is a technology that is an integral part of all central vacuum systems offered by Hayden. SuperVac has a centralized architecture and it promotes advanced filtration, which helps in maximizing airflow. If you are using a Hayden vacuum with SuperVac™ technology then you will never require bags. You will have to simply empty the SuperVac™ dirt receptacle thrice a year. In traditional or conventional vacuum cleaners, you have to change bags or clean them after use each time, which is not the case in Hayden. If you are wondering why SuperVac™ needs filters then the reason is that, these filters help in protecting the motor and the fans from dust buildup.
  • Two Filtration Stages: Hayden vacuum systems have two filtration stages, which are dual-cyclonic and secondary cartridge filtration. Dual cyclonic filtration enables the air to be forced into a swirl (like in a cyclone) the moment it enters the vacuum canister. While the air is swirling within the canister, 95% of the dirt accumulated at the bottom of the swirl is ejected into the dirt container. After the dirt falls into the container, it passes through a separator cone, which also prevents the air swirl from reaching the bottom. As a result, the air moves towards the vacuum exhaust while forming a second swirl. During the air exhausting stage, it also passes through another type of filtration known as cartridge filtration. The finer particles of the dust are captured here before being exhausted outdoors. The size of the Hayden cartridge filter is around 7 square feet, which is almost 2-3 times larger than the cloth filter bags found in standard central vacuums.

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