Vacuum Cleaner Bagless Cyclonic style#MC1301

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  • Type: Cyclone

  • Installation: Canister

  • Bag Or Bagless: Bagless

  • Function: Dry

  • Certification: CE, GS, RoHS, ERP

  • Power (W): 2000

  • Voltage (V): 230

  • Model Number: MC1301

  • Brand Name: OEM

  • Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

  • VOLTAGE(V): 100~110V,220-~240V 50/60Hz

  • INPUT POWER(W):1400W,1600W,1800W,2000W

  • CABLE LENGHTH: 4.83m

  • Dust capacity: 2.5L

  • Noise Level dB(a): <74

  • VACUUM: ≥22

  • PACKAGE SIZE: 465*290*370

  • LOADING QTY(/20/40/40HQ):720/1350/1445

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:color box
Delivery Detail:30 days after receipt the deposit

Specifications

real centifugal cyclone vacuum cleaner 
washable sponge 
high effeciency with low noise 

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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:Greatest air watt suction, in a bagless vacuum cleaner?,?
Watts is not a rating of suction. Watts tells you how much energy is consumed running the motor. IT May actually be telling you how much power you are wasting. Cubic feet per minute (cfm) will tell you the air flow, Water lift will give you an idea of motor torque. As for bag-less or bags, virtually every commercial cleaning in the USA uses bags. The long term cost of use for bags is lower. They don't have the filter replacement costs and the vacuums last longer. These are guys who count every penny and they won't buy a bag-less If you want a great vacuum that will last forever, buy a commercial back pack vacuum with a 150 cfm motor. Something like the Advance 6xp or the Pro-Team Super Caoch Twenty years from now you will give it to you kids. You will probably spend $15 a year on bags and filters.
Q:Do vacuum cleaners help clean cat hair?
For furniture you're better off using a damp sponge or a rubber glove dipped in water and 'wiping' it off.
Q:I think I've got myself involved with an incompetent employer. How long should I stay?
Start looking now. Just quit as soon as you find another job. No reason to give notice if its never gonna show up on your resume, but you still need to pay bills until you find something better.
Q:Is it ok to get vacuum cleaners filters wet?
It's ok to get them, but you have to make sure it is completely dry before using.
Q:best vacuums cleaners on the market today?
buy a dustbuster and a black dirtdevil upright. you shouldn't spend much more than $100.
Q:Is a vacuum cleaner that has no dust bag in it able to vacuum?
A bagless vacuum works by sucking the durt up into a clear chamber that has a filter over the motor's suction intake. The dust collects in the chamber, which is removable. When it's full, you just remove the chamber and dump out the dirt, and clean off the intake filter. Bagless vacuums work pretty well. In fact, shop vacs are bagless and work the same way, except the whole vacuum body is the dirt chamber. The advantage is that you don't have to buy and replace vacuum bags all the time.
Q:Are vacuum cleaners tax free right now?
Depending upon where you live they would be. Some states are having a tax free week-end that ends today (Sunday) Some states like (New Hampshire) a vacuum cleaner is tax free all the time.
Q:Preventing PC Dust???
1 - Buy a can of compressed air. Take both sides off of your computer. Blow the dust out. 2 - I like to keep my computer on the desk (not under the desk / on the floor). It will not get dusty so fast that way. 3 - Of course, keep the area around your computer clean. Dust and vacuum. .
Q:Dyson Vacuum cleaners? Anyone have one and do you LOVE it, or is it just so-so?
I had 2 dysons, the first the plastic hose cracked and the dust bucket bit, second one the motor went on fire. Each of them I had for 3 years, the sucking power on them to start with was great but as time went on I found they lost some of the sucking power. On a good note was when I did have to repair it I could take it apart with a spoon, since all the bits come out easily and go back together like that I had mine repaired several times. I got a vax and fell in love with it, still have it 5 years on and not one problem with it. I personally would not go back to a dyson.
Q:Nit picker on vacuum. Have you ever heard of this, would you use it for nit picking if needed?
I never heard of such a vacuum, but I sure as heck wouldn't use it for for that purpose. Nits are literally glued onto the hair shaft with a substance chemically close to the composition of hair, so it would impossible for the vacuum attachment to actually work unless it pulls the entire hair strand out of your head (ouch!). Lice crawl; they don't jump or fly. Lice are spread by having had direct head to head contact (ie hugging with hair touching, sharing hats, etc) to get any number of lice to set up shop on another person's head. You were never infested because there was no direct contact to make it possible.

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