Vacuum Cleaner Bagless Cyclonic style#CNCL617

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Model: CNCL617

 

Product Specifications:


1000W-1600W nominal power

1pc dust cup,Cable length 4.8M, Dust Capacity:2.2L,1PC HOSE,2pcs plastic tubes,2pcs Plastic brush,Giftbox Packing

Optional accessories:

1pc metallic tube,1pc Plastic brush, Nozzles,

 

820/1650/1880pcs

 

Noise(dB(A)):76

 

Loading QTY

820/1650/1880pcs

Model

CNCL617

Voltage

AC 100V-240V

Rated power

1000W-1600W 

Cord length

4.8m

Noise

≤76db

Dimension

 

36*24*28.5cm

Weight

4.6/5.2kg(gift box)

Package

420*290*305mm(gift box)

Vacuum (Kpa)

17.5kPa


Features:

Double HEPA filter

Lightweight

Silent design low noise

High suction power

Multi-cyclone system

No consuming material

Easy carrying handle

Easy empty dust cup

Power control on body(optional)


 

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Bagless Vacuum Cleaners introduction

Bagless vacuum cleaner feature a removable dust storage container, which can be emptied into your refuse bin when full. This is a simple method of maintaining your vacuum cleaner and making sure it doesn't lose suction. The advantage of this bagless system over a bagged vacuum cleaner is that it is more environmentally friendly, and avoids the need to purchase dust bags, thus saving you money.

FAQ

Is it best to go for a more powerful vacuum cleaner?

The power of a vacuum cleaner’s motor is measured in Watts. The higher the Wattage the better it will clean, as long as the machine is well designed with good air flow and suction power too. However, the higher the wattage, the noisier the machine will be. With upright vacuum cleaners. you don’t need to have so much wattage or suction power as you do with a cylinder cleaner as the dirt has less distance to travel before it reaches the bag or dust container. The type of brushes are more of an important consideration with uprights than the power. You don’t always want to have a vacuum cleaner operating at full power for example, when cleaning upholstery or curtains, so it’s useful to be able to adjust the power level yourself.

Which attachments should I look out for?

Most vacuum cleaners come with three attachments, a crevice tool, upholstery and dusting brushes and a small head which is best for vacuuming stairs. You can also get additional turbo brushes which have their own motor for extra suction which are useful for cleaning deep-pile carpets or a power cleaning head which has electrically powered rotating brushes. A hard-floor or parquet brush is useful for wooden or tiled floors. Some cleaners have extendable tubes which are useful for hard to reach areas like cobwebs in the corners of ceilings.

I have a large house? What should I look out for?

Look for a cleaner with a large cleaning head – this will help cut down the amount of time it takes to vacuum a room. Also get as long a lead as you can get to cut down on the number of times you have to unplug the lead and plug it in again. You may also want to consider getting a model with a large capacity dust collector or bag so that you don’t have to empty it as frequently. If you have a lot of stairs, you may want to get a cylinder model with a long stretchy stair-cleaning hose.

 


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Q:What are the structural principles of a vacuum cleaner?
In this way, it is possible to form a higher pressure difference with the outside world. The dust and dirt of the suction nozzle are sucked into the dust absorption part with the air, and the dust and dirt are collected in the dust cylinder after the leakage of the leakage device.
Q:My dog is scared of everything please help?
a little hard to answer when you give no info about the dog. If it is old enough take the dog to some obedience classes. That will often give a dog confidence. Get it socialized better. Google NILIF use it. That will put you in charge help him feel more secure
Q:Who else babies love vacuums?
That's too cute. I think he'll grow out of it though. My 17 month old is STILL terrified of the vacuum cleaner. She doesn't mind it if it's off, but the moment I turn it on she just starts screaming bloody murder. It's not a quiet machine by any means, so I think she's just intimidated by the noise.
Q:A multiple function vacuum cleaner?
Based on personal experience, avoid multi function floor cleaners. They are too heavy and do not perform any function well. For basic mopping, I love the scooba (the robot). Carpet, especially where pet hairs are a concern, the bagless Hoover Windtunnel. Hard surface floors, a canister and/or the irobot.
Q:Best Vacuum/steam cleaner?
The okorder.com for $219 (shipping included.) The Eureka was $148 at Sears'.
Q:When to replace Rainbow PN-2 power nozzle motor?
Hi there, Your post doesn't say exactly how your current power nozzle is working at the moment. But i'll give you a general answer anyway. I am a technician for vacuum cleaners (and an authorised agent for rainbow). Basically there are two possibilities for the problem. The first is the bearings for the brush roller. over time the bearings can wear and stop allowing the brush to spin properly, this puts strain on the motor and can cause damage to the brush and roller. It is simple to diagnose though. Turn on your power head as per normal but with the base plate removed so you can listen more clearly. Then take the brush out so the motor is just turning with no load. If it sounds smooth with the brush out then it is more likely that it is the bearings for your brush rather than the motor that needs replacing. As a side point even if it is the motor that is noticeably faulty, it is worth replacing the brush bearings anyway so you get the best possible improvement from your work. The bearings aren't dear to buy anyway. If you need a place to buy the parts for your rainbow vacuum cleaner you can visit the sites below.
Q:Does anyone have an opinion on Miele vs. Kenmore vacuum cleaners?
Have used Kenmore for years, also based on C/R ratings. Mine is a cannister; works well on dog fur. As I recall, Miele's biggest problem was initial cost, so if it's working ok, stick with it, but if you NEED to replace it, go with Kenmore. (My sister-in-law, whose kids have asthma, also swears by Kenmore.)
Q:How do you service a Hoover vacuum bearing?
since it is antique i would suggest that you try to find a good service center to take it to to be fixed.
Q:why are cars made as little boys toys but boys AND girls grow up and drive?
eh, boys are just into that, as a girl, I don't think most of us ever really cared, I still don't. To me it's a piece of metal you can get places in- for boys there's this whole facination with the actual car I agree, I find the vaccum cleaners offensive, though!! Seriously... it's like household chores, how is that only for girls!!! I see stuff like that all the time.. ugh. There was a guy on wife swap who called it skirt work :( but then the new wife made him see what it was like to do all the work like his wife did!! that made me laugh!! But the cooking ones are a little taboo... it is usually like housework, feeding the family, but chefs both women and men can make a career out of it, it's more like an art for them- like there are some really good cooking colleges and stuff.
Q:Do you think that witches are extinct species for reason...?
No, but their cats just couldn't manage to stay on.

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