Powerful bagged canister vacuum cleaner with dual stand holder#B6228

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Model: B6228



Cord length 5m

Dust capacity 2.0L

Speed control on body

Automatic cord rewinder


Product size:380*263*215mm

Giftbox Size:410*285*285mm


Loading QTY:865/1825/2050pcs


Vacuum pressure(Kpa):19-21



Stepless electronic speed control on body(Optional)

Dual stand holder for easy storage

Handle airflow control

Crush-proof hose

2 position brush

Footstep switch

Dust full indicator

Bulit-in protective device proventing motor overheating

Swirl Y201 bag compatible

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Trademark:OEM, ODM

Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons

Standard:CE, GS, CB, EMC


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Q:How do vacuums cleaners work?
If you are serious, most work with a motor driven high velocity low volume air mover. Air is sucked through a collection reservoir of some sort, Air is admitted to the reservoir. Yes, they can make ones that are less likely to get clogged, but they must be larger, and have larger motors, reservoirs, and hoses, but those are less suitable for general purpose household or commercial cleaning due to the size of the machine and their power requirements. They are made big for industrial dust/debris collection in factories, and vacuum material collection trucks.
Q:Which is the best vacuum to pick up dog hairs?
I gotta love my Dyson! It is SO easy to see clogs in the clear hose. Any part that curves has a quick detach to check. It sucks great and picks the hair up no problem. No bags to buy and it really does not loose suction. I have had mine for six years now and am just as happy today as I was when I bought it.
Q:What type of motors are used by vacuum cleaners?
high rpm (10k-19k) low hp ac motor. very loud They have to have tons of air moving by them and they're duty cycle is still low.
Q:Who are you hoping for for the Iowa Caucus?
It matters not to me since none of them will be getting my vote in the general election.
Q:vacuum cleaner for cleaning car and baby car seat on regular basis?
Ya sabía la calidad de los aspiradores así que no ha sido difícil decidirme de donde comprarme un aspirador de mano, he encontrado el producto perfecto a un precio perfecto, el aspirador lo uso tanto en la casa, en los lugares pequeños como también en el coche porque tiene una buena autonomía y una buena poder de succión.
Q:Is avoiding cars and vacuum cleaners good for your heart? Does fish oil help?
This question is bogus because all hospitals handout only approved american heart association pamphlets after heart disease. THIS is not one of them! so what is the double meaning or mean spirited nature of this question? As far as a food supplement goes many medical establishments refuse to acknowledge the their benefit because the big pharmaceuticals can not make money off them because they are not proprietary exclusive products!
Q:My dogs seem to be afraid of my vacuum cleaner, so why is this?
-I think the hissing Noise- freaks Them out ! My 3 dogs are the SAME Way . When the Vacuum Cleaner comes out, -THEY Disappear !! ;)
Q:Should we men just replace women with vacuum cleaners?
Yes. We will be happy to vacate (rather quickly) and leave you the vacuum cleaner.
Q:If Adam was made from DUST does God consider vacuum cleaners as EVIL?
Probably yes. What are you smoking this morning?
Q:What is the best vacuum cleaner brand around $100.?
In my experience, NONE of the mass market vacuums are much good. They are full of bright colors and features but as actual cleaning appliances they are merely fair. Worse than that, they are all prone to failing at a relatively young age. Spending more money on a Dyson is not a good investment. Its main gig is the gimmick of the bagless design. At work we use Sanitaire SC vacuums. SC is a commercial model but don't let that stop you - the goal is to get dirt off the carpet. Sanitaire used to be a division of Eureka, but Electrolux bought them out. Don't worry, it's still the same design they've been building since the 1960s. No joke. 1960s. I guess when you come up with something that works, you don't screw it up by changing it. Anyway, I have homeless workers helping clean the place up with these things. Being homeless volunteers you could reasonably expect them to be tough on the equipment, and you'd be right. But some of these vacuum cleaners are about six years old and still going strong. You can get parts easily on the internet (OKorder has just about everything) and most of the repairs, when repairs are needed, only require a screwdriver. Belt changes are done in seconds. Emptying out the bag takes two minutes, tops - less if you don't spring for the slightly more expensive, reusable cloth bag, but then you have to keep replacement bags around. Not a big deal and the bags are available everywhere. Sanitaire SC series vacuums are available around the $100 level. I've been using them for decades - no exaggeration - and have tried many other machines. I keep coming back to Sanitaires. Good luck with it.

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