WEBSTER CITY, Iowa — The quietest, most powerful central vacuum system now is also the smartest system. Beam, the global central vacuum leader, has added an intuitive, electronic user information system to its top-of-the-line system with the Serenity® IQS™ Power Unit.
“The Beam Serenity IQS is an intelligent, quiet system that brings fresh thinking to central vacuums and a healthy living environment for homeowners, “ says Larry Hartley, vice president of sales and marketing for Electrolux Central Vacuum Systems which manufactures Beam products.
A bright blue liquid crystal display (LCD) on the Serenity IQS power unit provides real-time information telling the homeowner how efficiently the system is performing, when to check the dirt level in the collection receptacle and when to contact a dealer for service. It also provides accurate time and temperature information.
The Serenity IQS also is a green system. Its 640 air watts of cleaning power, up to 25 percent more than competitive systems, improves indoor air quality by completely removing more dirt and allergens from the living area. The Serenity IQS collection receptacle Beam also offers AlphaSan®, a permanent anti-microbial agent infused into the collection bucket that prevents formation and growth of mold. In fact, the National Association of Homebuilders new national green building standards and the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED for Homes program both award green certification points to homes that have central vacuum systems.
In addition to its indoor air quality contributions, the Beam Serenity IQS power unit and its companion Beam Q hose, electric power brush and cleaning tools offer the quietest central vacuum system on the market.
With three levels of height adjustment the Beam Q PowerTeam™ assures the highest level of carpet cleaning effectiveness. Convenient on-board tools and a QuickRelease™ wand system make the Beam Q not only the quietest, but also the easiest to use central vacuum power team available. The Q also comes with a factory-installed nylon quilted hose sock, to protect wood floors, wall corners and furniture.
Hartley says the integrated system will speed the inclusion of central vacuums as standard features in new homes. A recent National Association of Homebuilders study found that nearly one-third of new luxury homes and 15 percent of “move-up” homes were equipped with central vacuum systems.
“A Beam Central Vacuum System delivers superior, quiet, powerful cleaning capability and a healthier living environment. It’s the kind of fresh-thinking builders want and buyers expect in a new home,” says Hartley.
The Beam Serenity IQS Power Unit and Beam Q PowerTeam are available exclusively from Beam’s 800 independent U.S. dealers. For more information or to locate your nearest dealer, visit www.beam.com.
Electrolux Central Vacuum Systems is the world’s leading producer and marketer of built-in central vacuums. The company’s Beam, Electrolux and Eureka Central Vacuum Systems are sold in 50 countries around the world. Electrolux Central Vacuum Systems is a division of Electrolux Home Care Products North America.