Beam Serenity SC398B Central Vacuum
- Quiet Pak™ Sound Insulation System
Makes BEAM one of the quietest central vacuums in the industry.
- Utility Valve
Built-in utility inlet for garage or basement use. Conveniently vacuum out your car or clean your basement or garage by plugging a hose directly into the utility inlet on the power unit.
- Self-Cleaning Filter
You’ll never need to clean your filter. The Gore® Self-Cleaning Filter cleans itself every time you turn your vacuum off.
- Powerful Whole House Cleaning
550 to 1045 air watts of power to clean 3500 to 12000 square feet. No matter what your home size there is a BEAM Serenity that will fit your cleaning needs perfectly
- Anti-Vibration Mounting System
The anti-vibration mounting system keeps your unit in place for quiet low-maintenance operation.
- Latch System
Easy bucket removal with simple latch system design.
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Beam Serenity SC398 Central Vacuum System
Beam vacuums were being manufactured by Beam Manufacturing Company since the 1950s. In 1957, Beam Manufacturing Company was sold and Beam Industries was formed led by R.L. Sampson. With the emergence of Beam Industries, the primary focus was diverted to central vacuum systems. John Coghlan after his career with Beam Industries for 18 years as the President retired in March 2006. During his time, he ensured that Beam Industries reach the pinnacle of success in the central vacuum industry using advanced technology.
In June 2006, Russell S. Minick took over the Beam Industries as the President and since then the company has created higher standards for central vacuum systems in the US. Their primary goal is to capture 75 percent of new U.S. homes by 2016 and to grow consistently in Canada as well as internationally. Beam Industries reached a milestone on January 1, 2007, as they became known as Electrolux Central Vacuum Systems. Now Beam industries are marketing central vacuum systems of Beam, Electrolux, and Eureka.
There are different types of central vacuum systems offered by Beam but the most popular model is the Serenity IQS.