by Patrick Austin
Looking for Hoover parts? If so, you should definitely keep reading. This article has some basic (and important) information about certain Hoover parts.
The Hoover story begins in 1907. Murray Spangler, an inventor who worked nights as a janitor, was cleaning rugs in a department store. But all the dust raised from his broom aggravated his asthma, so he called upon his inventor's creativity to find a solution to the problem.
Spangler gathered a tin box, a fan, a pillow case and a broom handle (these were the first, original Hoover parts), then assembled an odd-looking, cumbersome contraption that managed to pull the dust away from the air he breathed. After further review he quickly realized that this "suction sweeper," as he called it, had enormous sales potential. The rest is history.
But let’s move onto the Hoover parts. That’s why you’re reading this anyways, right? Here are some hoover parts and information you should know about them:
First, the key to determining the correct hose and attachments begins at the vacuum inlet valve (some call it a vacuum wall outlet - nevertheless it is where you insert the hose into the wall). Standard inlets have a 1.5 inch (or slightly smaller) diameter opening.
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Hoover Parts Description-Stealth Attachment Kit for Electric Power Brush on the Hoover Central Vacuum
The Stealth electric attachment kit is a "must-have" replacement for Hoover parts inlet valves. The new crush-proof, light weight, three hundred and sixty degree swivel hose will make cleaning a lot easier. And the Stealth power head gives a professional clean.
Hoover Parts Description-Vacuum Hose for Hoover Central Vacuum
Hoover parts typically used an electrified hose from Matshusta. Though they decided to change to the industry standard configuration hose. On many of their earlier hoses they used an interlocking keyway on the end of the hose handle to hold the wands and attachments in. Therefore, their extension wands fit inside of the hose handle whereas in all other central vacuums the wand fit over the hose end. If you have the older style hose, it’s recommended you upgrade to a newer style hose.
Most Hoover systems have an electric hose and power brush. The industry standard size, high quality hose is not compatible with Hoover's older style extension wands, so it’s highly recommend upgrading to the complete Hoover parts Stealth Kit (as described above).
Mr. Austin is a freelance journalist for Pulse MEDIA International. He also covers sports and health for a number of web sites including RealGM.com, Hoopsworld.com, and Fanstop.com, and entertainment and sports for Vainquer magazine.