FJ133 vacuum cleaner/big size/high suction power 1200W-2000W

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INPUT VOLTAGE: 220-240V INPUT FREQUENCY: 50/60HZ power: 1400/1600/1800/2000
tube material: plastic/metal noise: <80db collection bin capacity: 2.6L
brush material: plastic/metal vacuum: >21kpa

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FJ133 vacuum cleaner


SPECIFICATIONS(BASIC SET)

Body material: PP,ABS

Vacuum: ≥21Kpa

Power wire length:5m

Collection bin capacity:2.6L

with speed control, with cord rewinder

120v/60Hz. 


FJ133 vacuum cleaner/big size/high suction power 1200W-2000W

FJ133 vacuum cleaner/big size/high suction power 1200W-2000W

FJ133 vacuum cleaner/big size/high suction power 1200W-2000W

FJ133 vacuum cleaner/big size/high suction power 1200W-2000W

FJ133 vacuum cleaner/big size/high suction power 1200W-2000W

FJ133 vacuum cleaner/big size/high suction power 1200W-2000W


About price of FJ133 vacuum cleaner

The basic price is for MOQ of 1X40'GP per model.

The final price depends on your requirements choosed from above

ERP A grade or B,CE,GS,EMC,WEEE/ROHS,CB APPROVEDVDE CABLE, VDE & KEMA PLUG


Introductions of FJ133 vacuum cleaner

Horizontal vacuum cleaner can remove dust, mainly because of its "head" is equipped with an electric fan. The rotating shaft of the fan impeller, electricity, ventilation opportunity to 500 times per second speed generate strong suction and pressure, under the effect of suction and pressure, high speed air discharge, and air blower front suction part constantly supplement fan in the air, resulting in cleaner internal instantaneous vacuum is produced, and the outside atmospheric pressure forming negative pressure brush, took over the long, bent pipes, hoses, hose connectors into the bag dust filter, the retention of dust and debris in the dust filter bag, air through the filter after purification, from the tail of the body discharge.

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Q:How often do you vacuum?
It's the vacuum you are buying. My stepmother used to vacuum the entire house (four bedrooms, 2 living rooms, stairs) everyday and her vacuum cleaners lasted years.
Q:vacuum cleaners?
Two schools of thought here. For less than a hundred bucks you can buy and upright, and it will work, but you will wear it out because it doesn't really work as well or efficiently as the more expensive models. But, because they are cheap you can afford to replace them as needed. I have tried a lot of them, the Fantom Fury was always breaking down, clogging up, in the shop, and it was almost $500. What a waste. I have a Eureka now, about $250 and it works well.
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Q:question about jupiter?
Jupiter's gravitational field is much stronger than any other planet of our Sun. There is no practical surface -- the atmosphere just gets more and more dense as you approach the planet. You could potentially devise some sort of airplane like vehicle which could fly through the atmosphere. Engine technology would be only one problem. Temperatures are cold, escape velocity is very high, and many other problems need to be solved. Getting a sample of Jupiter's atmosphere could be as simple, if you have solved the other problems, of having a vacuum bottle, opening it to draw in and capture a sample, then closing the bottle and leaving. You can read a lot about Jupiter's gravity, temperatures, size, escape velocity, and so on by searching for Jupiter in wikipedia.
Q:Is there a vacuum cleaner that ....?
I love Dyson vacuum cleaners - we have two! When I go to empty them out, I just put the canister into a grocery bag and pull the latch. It helps to keep the dust contained. Don't buy a Kirby - got sucked into one of those, and it doesn't work half as well as my Dyson's.
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:What should I do when my story for an anime or manga is about to crumble?
Long story short: 1.) Give up and start a new one. 2.) Come up with some ideas for how to continue the story. This paragraph is missing a topic sentence, so I have no Idea what the point of it was, I know I have a lot of ideas, but I have also thought about using other peoples characters. Example: Empress Zara and her harem from Jushin Liger. Since I maybe a first anime and manga writer. Would I need experience for that and how much of it? I thought of using Hoover vacuum cleaners other vacuum cleaners for scenes when a character(s) is doing housekeeping or apart of a household. I have also came up with my own originals. I thought of the name Leviathan for a character or two. But my main genre is magical fantasy. I just want some advice.
Q:Professional House Cleaners only Please answer question about Commercial Vacuum cleaners?
mmmmm,I can only say what works for me. I use a dirt devil and also carry a small wet/dry vac,both are 3 years old.I have found the more expensive brands are not always the answer as mileage may vary. I have found there is an inherent cost of doing business,vacuums being a wearable tool.It does sound as if your on the way high end of costs.There is generally 2 reasons for premature failure.The first is of course bad/inappropriate product,the second being an operator issue. I understand what works for me may not work for you.I wish you luck in finding a more cost efficient system. My Best
Q:Vacuum Cleaner Salesman......?
Nice one! A man is having problems with his Johnson which certainly had seen better times. He consults a doctor who, after a couple of tests, says, Sorry, but you've overdone it the last 30 years. Your dick is burned out; you only have 30 erections left in your penis. The man walks home (deeply depressed); his wife is already expecting him at the front door and asks him what the doctor said concerning his problem. He tells her what the doc told him. She says, Oh no, only 30 times! We shouldn't waste that. We should make a list! He replies, Yes, I already made a list on the way home. Sorry, your name isn't on it.
Q:What vacuum cleaners would you recommend besides hoover. The price is not important ?
The Dyson is a real powerhouse but for the $400 price tag it had better be. I've never used a more user-friendly machine and the thing gets the job DONE. The other nice thing about the Dyson is that you don't have to bother with filters. I'm also a huge fan of my Dirt Devil. It doesn't seem to clog, it works fast and thouroghly, and the manuverability is way better than the Dyson. The downsides to the Dirt Devil include the filter. It makes emptying the canister really annoying because you have to pull the dirty thing out of the canister, shake it off which invariably makes for a huge dust cloud, and you have to replace them every few months. In addition, on my model, the attachments aren't positioned well. They're always falling out while I'm vacuming and the attachment hose tends to get tangled in the cord and come loose. For more manuverability, Swiffer now makes a vaccuum cleaner which is really effective for small jobs and low pyle carpeting. It's really lightweight and versatile, but it's not very powerful. Then there's always a central vac system, in which a professionally installed unit in the basement is connected to holes positioned all over the house. When you want to vacuum, you plug a sweeper via hose into the holes in the wall. You don't have to worry about an electric cord or changing the bag. The downside is that you could buy a car for the amount of money you'd spend on it and it's not THAT much more convenient. If money were no object, I'd personally buy the Dyson.

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