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TurboCat Zoom Turbine Power Head

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TurboCat Zoom Air-Brush for all Central Vacuums

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TurobCat Zoom EX
The TurboCat Zoom is the latest updated version of the industry standard original turbine driven TurboCat. It is quieter than the original turbine head due to it's Poly V Groove belt and it sports a more modern look. If you want to upgrade from the original, the TurboCat Zoom fits into all the same applications and hoses. If you don't have a carpet going head we offer you to try this vacuum for 30-days for a full refund if you don't think it is amazing. It fits all central vacuum systems on the market.

The TurboCat Zoom EX (picture right) and TurboCat Pro are the exact same brush as the updated TurboCat Zoom 8702 sold here. Zoom has shipped in a variety of colors and names but be assured this is the replacement for them all.

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TurboCat Zoom Accessory Kit Options

TurboCat Parts - Wheels, Neck, Roller, Turbine and much more.

The advantage of an air driven turbine power head is they run without electricity and fit on every central vacuum hose in any system.

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$119.00
Part #456
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Compatible with AirForce Central Vacuum.

Latest Top Reviews

5 Stars
Sep 18 2019 6:34AM
Performancec same as the early unit by lighter weight for ease of use.

5 Stars

Jun 16 2019 1:00PM
Turbo Cat Zoom is great. Worked first time, easy to figure out, neatly packaged. Great purchase.

4 Stars
May 27 2019 5:08AM
seems to be a good product,

5 Stars
Feb 18 2019 6:35AM
Best prices! Quick shipping and quality products!

4 Stars
Jan 20 2019 6:10PM
I see a few comments about a high pitched whine with this product. I bought a house with one of these - and it has worked well for a year. Recently it developed this high pitched whine. I'm trying to figure out if I need to replace it, or it's fixable. I'd appreciate any help you can provide in solving this (MD Notes: It may be time to check the belt and roller brush / bearings to clear out any debris that may have become wrapped around- see owner's manual for instruction and regular maintenance tips)