Bagged Canister Vacuum Cleaner with ERP Class A CNBG6228

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Product Description:

Bagged Canister Vacuum Cleaner with ERP Class A CNBG6228

Model No.

CNBG6228


FEATURE:

Stepless electronic speed control   on  body(Optional)
  Stand holder for tube
  Multiple filtration system
  Foot pedel rewinder
  Dual stand holder for easy storage
  Handle airflow control
  Crush-proof hose
  2 position brush
  360 degree hose swivel
  Dust full indicator
  Protective valve proventing motor    overheating
  Protective device against dust bag omission


Specification:


* Unit dimension

380*263*215mm


* Color

Injection


* Input voltage

220V-240V 50/60Hz 


* Dust tank   capacity

2L


* Vacuum

19-21KPA


* Air flow

2.0-2.1m3/min


* Noise

77-80dB(A)


* Thermostat

optional


* Cable length

4.5M


* Speed control

optional


* Accessory

2-in-1 small tool,   1.5m hose




1pc metal   telescopic tube(total 780MM long), 3pcs paper bag



* Brush

High efficiency   brush


* Plug

optional


* Motor power for   ERP standard

700W

800W

800W


* Erp class

A

B

B(normal brush)


* Motor power for   Normal standard

1400W-1600W


Bagged Canister Vacuum Cleaner with ERP Class A CNBG6228

Features:

Stepless electronic speed control on  body(Optional)

Stand holder for tube

Multiple filtration system

Foot pedel rewinder

Dual stand holder for easy storage

Handle airflow control

Crush-proof hose

2 position brush

360 degree hose swivel

Dust full indicator

Protective device proventing motor  overheating

Protective device against dust bag omission

Swirl Y201 bag compatible



Additional Info.

Trademark:OEM, ODM

Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons

Standard:CE, GS,  CB, EMC

Origin:China


FAQ

Q: My Vacbag keeps splitting when I use it, why does it keep doing that?

Your Vacbag may not be the one suited for your unit, as it will split if it is not the right size for the vacuum cleaner. The bag itself is not an issue with size or shape, but if the hose doesn’t fit into it then it breaks it. We have a range of Vacbags for many models of vacuum cleaners, we can always see if one fits your model or if there is a distributor near you.

Q: My vacuum just stopped while I was using it! What do I do now?

All of our vacuum cleaners have been fitted with a thermal safety cut-off switch which activates to stop the motor from burning out. When it does that it will prevent the unit from turning on again until it has cooled sufficiently to reset, which is between 2 – 4 hrs. The most common reason for safety cut-off switch activated is the filters needs to be cleaned. Please read the instruction manual and follow the instructions on how to clean the filters. 



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