The flagship machines from CleanMax, Pro-Series vacuums are built to stand up to the toughest cleaning challenges day after day. With metal components used throughout high-wear areas and a Clean Air System designed to protect the motor and the fan, durability is the cornerstone of these vacuums. Want even less downtime? Then you want the Pro-Series Zero, which features Hall™ Sensor belt protection technology to ensure you’ll never change a belt again. All Pro-Series vacuums feature HEPA media bags and filters to trap virtually everything these powerful vacuums suck up. In addition, all Pro-Series vacuums have earned a Silver seal of approval from the Carpet and Rug Institute.

  • Motor: 10 AMPS, Capped, 2 Stage
  • Motor Protection: Thermal & Pressure Activated
  • Filtration: HEPA Media Bag & Filter
  • Handle Tube: Metal
  • Bottom Plate: Metal
  • Brushroll: Glass Filled Polycarbonate
  • Brush Bearing: Ball Bearings
  • Cord Hook: Metal
  • Power Cord: (2) 30' Commercial Grade Cords with 6.5" Pigtail
  • On Board Tools: Metal Telescopic Wand and 10' Cleaning Reach
  • Wheels: 4 Rubber Wheels with Brass Bushings
  • Nozzle: 14" with Riveted Bumper
  • Edge Cleaning: Front and Side
  • Height Adjustment: Automatic
  • CFM Average (motor): 107
  • IOW (motor): 110
  • Handle Weight: Less than 1 lb.
  • Warranty: 1-Year Main Body, 2-Year Motor
  • Certifications: LEED Qualifying ETL Approved Carpet and Rug Institute Seal of Approval - Silver
Specifications
All Pro Series Vacuums feature a tool-less belt change for quick and easy maintenance, reducing downtime, as well as pigtail cords.

How Do Vacuums Receive a CRI Rating?

Vacuums with the CRI (Carpet and Rug Institute) Seal of Approval must pass a number of tests to ensure they are cleaning effectively and leaving carpets undamaged during vacuuming.

• Soil Removal: vacuums must remove a substantial amount of dirt from carpeting.

• Dust Containment: dust must remain trapped and unable to reenter the air after cleaning to ensure the indoor air quality isn’t negatively affected by vacuuming.

• Surface Appearance Change: carpeting must be undamaged after repeated vacuuming.

If a vacuum cleaner passes these tests, it receives a CRI Seal of Approval, but it’s not a simple pass or fail system. A vacuum that passes the Carpet and Rug Institute’s stringent tests is then ranked gold, silver or bronze based on its combined scores on these tests.