Bagless Cyclone Canister Vacuum Cleaner ErP standard CNCL6229
Permanent bagless design with translucent dust compartment
Multiple cyclonic design
Stand holder for tube
Handle airflow control,crush-proof hose,2 position brush and integrated accessories
multiple filtration system
360 degree hose swivel
* Unit dimension
Injection and spray
* Input voltage
* Dust tank capacity
* Air flow
* Cable length
* Speed control
small nozzles, 1.5m hose
1pc metal telescopic tube
High efficiency brush
* Motor power for ERP standard
* Erp class
* Motor power for Normal standard
* Gift box:
* Master carton:
* Packaging material:
Double corrugated cardboard
* loading qty (20'/40'/40H'):
Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons
Standard:CE, GS, CB, EMC
Q: What's the difference with cyclonic to multi-cyclonic filtration system?
Multi-cyclonic is where the dust container has a plastic filter section inside and has many little tunnels in it that separate the finer dust and dirt for the next filter and there is no HEPA filter in the middle plastic filter section.
Cyclonic filtration is where there is a central HEPA filter that sits inside the dust container and catches the finer dust.
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.
- Q:What do you think of Roomba vacuum cleaners?
- Can't comment on a Roomba, but I have it's brother The Scooba for tile/hard floors and I LOVE it!
- Q:What is a decent inexpensive vacuum cleaner to buy?
- you ought to evaluate your ordinary fan, it is going to air it out in there, and you in all risk would not would desire to difficulty. i'm in uncomplicated terms recommending this because of the fact it somewhat is plenty decrease priced, yet once you're greater motive on a dehumidifier, in basic terms pass look at WalMart/ ok Mart or IKEA (in case you have that for the time of Oregon)...
- Q:Are the answers to the questions about vacuum cleaners written by shills for Mr Vac and Mrs Sew?
- I dunno. I like kirby myself
- Q:where can i buy a kirby vacuum cleaner for really cheep price?
- Estate sales and Auctions getting rid of family possessions. Also, stores that sell new and used vacuum cleaners will have them for sale. New machines are grossly over priced as huge commissions are involved for the sales person.
- Q:which is more powerful for suction, 2 amps motor or 15.6 volts motor for vacuum?
- the electrical measure of the motor will not tell you how good the suction is. Two vacuum cleaners with the same motor type could have very different suction strength due to the motor design and even the design of the hoses. Honestly, I have never owned a Eureka, but the company has been making vacuum cleaners of high quality for a long time. If those are your two choices - go with the Eureka.
- Q:Are Kirby Vacuum Cleaners any good?
- Our Kirby has been great. We have pets in the house and its handled that really well. You do need to have it serviced every few years to keep it clean and performing at 100%
- Q:What is a Good Pet Vacuum Cleaner?
- Yes, Washing machine................Soak your pet in soap water..........and then put him in washing machine...............and wash him........and do not put him in dryer.............just dry him outside in scorching heat of the Sun..............!!!!!!!!!!
- Q:Certified air purifier/vacuum?
- I okorder.com I hope this helps, good luck!
- Q:Anybody ever work for/currently work for Rainbow Vacuum Cleaners?
- never heard of it
- Q:Vacuum Cleaner Lost Suction?
- What type of vacuum do you own (make/model #)? If you could tell me the make/model then I could probably help you a little better. However, if the vacuum you own cost less than $100, then unfortunately it's probably time to buy a new one. Most cheap vacuums tend to loose suction over time, and repairing them can cost almost as much as a new one. It sounds like you have purchased quite a few vacuums, and are probably tired of doing so. Unfortunately, it seems that most vacuum manufacturers now days make vacuums so they only last 3-5 years (and some even less). However, there still are some good vacuums for less than $150 (if you do need to purchase one): the Shark Navigator is a great one and comes with a 5 Year Warranty, the Eureka Airspeed Bagless is another great one that doesn't cost that much. If you want to have a vacuum that will last 20 years, then you are going to need to spend a little more money. If you can do this, then I would recommend looking at a Miele - they have some great options, and are tested to literally run for 20 years, and come with a 7 year warranty. They are expensive, but if you take into consideration the cost of 5+ cheap vacuums, then it's not that bad in the long-run. Anyways, I hope this helps. Good luck.
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