Customers find themselves confused these days about which central vacuum they should buy due to huge price differences when comparatively the units look the same. Although the differences might not be apparent to the visual appearance of a central vacuum unit, its components definitely are.  The problem is customers become confused when they see big numbers for power with a low price. In this article I hope to provide some basic information that will help educate the buyer and hopefully take away the marketing confusion.  If you’ve been looking for a central vacuum, you no doubt have encountered the many brands out there using ‘airwatt’ motors.  Consumers should not base their purchase on airwatts as the smaller, cheaper motors are the high airwatt motors out there and unfortunately many customers have been fooled and ultimately disappointed when basing their decision to purchase solely on that. There are three styles of motors that are being used today in the central vacuum industry.  Tangential Bypass motor, Flow-Thru motor and Periperhal Bypass motor.  The higher-end central vacuums use the Tangential By-Pass motors which…