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Rate power: 3.6V 25W; 4.8V 30W; 6V 40W; 7.2V 45W; 8.4V 45W; 9.6V 45W; 12V 75W; 14.4V 75W;                                                   

Battery:  Ni-MH AA battery or Ni-Cd SC battery;                                                                

Wet & Dry function, not only work dust but also work for liquid;                                 

Noise level: <80dB;                                                                                                              

Water capacity of container: 65ml;Dust capacity of container: 550ml;                             

Portable, Easy operate; With wall bracket and installation material;                      

Washable dust and water filter;                                                                                               

Quiet effective motor;                                                                                                          

Red LED charging indicator;                                                                                        

Accessories: squeegee nozzle, crevice tool, small brush    

 

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Q:Why is my vacuum so loud?
True - sound does not travel in a vacuum. But you do not have a vacuum inside your machine. You have only a partial vacuum. It takes sophisticated lab machinery to make a perfect vacuum (or you can travel to outer space). However vacuum or not, most of the sound from a vacuum cleaner comes from the motor, through the external housing.
Q:can I use commercial vacuum cleaner for home usage?
If I had one that is what I'd be using.It won't suck the threads right out of the carpet and that is what you are thinking right? They are just made to take the abuse that a regular home vacuum can't. You know people at work don't take care of things like they do at home. I think your Lucky!
Q:Which brand is better – Miele or Dyson for vacuum cleaners?
I okorder.com, I called up because a buddy of mine actually told me he went into their store and got a discount and got $150 off for calling up. Had it the next day in CT at $949 flat. Definitely would recommend Miele though. Germans always make the best
Q:Can you show me a vacuum that DOES loose suction?
Yes I can! Eureka is number one, Hoover is the other. Both of mine lost both air flow and suction. Along with that they lost their light, their wheels, the brushes on the beater bar, and anything else attached to them. I would like to say they sucked, but that was the first thing they lost! Trash.
Q:Why do robots want to kill all humans?
Because they're robots. That's what they do.
Q:Do vacuum cleaners use the hose for suction?
It completely depends on the vacuum cleaner whether the hose must be in place or not for the floorhead to have suction. Most of the cheap vacuums require the hose to be holstered because suction is through the hose, not other ducting. Dyson is an example of a vacuum that can be used with or without the hose in place.
Q:Brooms or vacuums ?
Brooms x3
Q:Can poor people own Dyson vacuum cleaners?
if they steal a Dyson vacuum cleaner...why not? let me just plug my new Dyson into my neighbors power supply and wallah! vacuuming with a Dyson is the new borrowing Grey Poupon™ from your neighbors Bently..yay!
Q:Why do dogs get so freaked out by vacuum cleaners?
Dogs have sensitive hearing, so something as loud as a vacuum will scare them. Dogs hear at a wider range of frequencies than humans. The low end of the range is similar, but dogs hear noises up to 45 kHz, while humans only hear sounds up to about 23 kHz. This means that they could be hearing and responding to sounds that we can't hear at all. Cats can hear sounds as high as 64 kHz, bats up to 110 kHz and porpoises up to 150 kHz! Younger people and animals generally have more acute hearing than older ones. Deafness is not uncommon in old dogs and some have hereditary deafness. At the high and low ends of the frequencies that we hear, sounds must be louder, or more intense in decibels, for us to hear them. So, a dog could hear a siren farther away than we could. Pain results from sounds that are much louder than our threshold of hearing. Dogs could feel pain from sounds that weren't painfully loud to us. Very loud sounds can hurt the ears and if a sound seems too loud to you, it is probably more so to your dog.
Q:Hi! Can somebody tell me if there are any (even very small) mistakes in this short text (thanks!)?
try and write it like this: The line graph shows the typical daily electricity demand in England during the winter and summer season, while the pie chart illustrates the different proportions of electricity used for the most frequent activities in an average English home. Comparing the two trends of electricity demand in the first graph, it is evident that during winter the electricity consumption doubles. Over the day, during either summer or winter, the lowest levels are recorded in the morning, between 8:00 a.m. and 9.00 p.m. Conversely, the peak hours are different between the two periods. During the summer, electricity consumption peaks around 10:00 P.M; during winter the highest levels of demand are reached both in the afternoon at 4 p.m. and in the evening at 10:00 p.m. The pie chart shows that heating is by far the most electricity-consuming activity in an average English house (52.5 %). Clearly, this figure explains the reason why the electricity demand is higher during the small spans of time previously mentioned in the graph. The rest of the activities and devices used in the house, such as ovens, lighting and vacuum cleaners, use almost the same proportion of electricity, less than 16 %.

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