Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10

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Cyclone Wet and Dry Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner  

Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10 

 

Model No.CNWF1214A
 Power (W):1200W
 Max Vacuum (Kpa):20
 Max Suction (W):220
 Dustbag Capacity (L):4
 Noise (dB):75
 Cord length (Meter):5

 G.W. (kg):8.9
 N.W. (kg):7.2

 Measurement (CM):48.5X34.5X30
 QTY/ 20' (pcs)440
 QTY/ 40' (pcs)900
 QTY/ 40'HQ'(pcs)1060

 

Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10

Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10




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Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10

 

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Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10

Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10

Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10

Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10 Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10


Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10

Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10



Water Filtration Vacuum Cleaner Wet and Dry Cyclone with outlet HEPA H10


Additional Info.

Trademark:OEM, ODM

Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons

Standard:CE, GS, CB, EMC,ROHS

Origin:China

Our Vacuum Cleaner Service Advantages:

1. Stable financial status and sound reputation as a state invested corporation in Vacuum Cleaner industry under the direct administration of the State Council of PRC;
2. CNBM’s world wide influence as one of the 500 global fortunes specializing in Vacuum Cleaner;
3. More than a decade’s exporting experience and technology in Vacuum Cleaner;
4. Preferencial shipping channels, with a separate team dealing with Vacuum Cleaner shipping.


FAQ:


Q. Which certification do you have for the products ?

A.CE EMC LVD GS ROHS. UL and ETL is available if you need.


Q. How many years have your company been engaged in the field of vacuum cleaner ?

A.We have more than 10 years' experience in the supply of vacuum cleaner .


Q. What's the normal payment terms ?

A.30% T/T deposit , the balance should be against the copy of B/L .


Q.How is your payment terms?

A.T / T L / C DP etc;


Q. Are you the trader or manufacturer?

A.We are the professional manufacturer of variouse of vacuum cleaners, welcome to visit our factory.


Q. Where is your factory located?

A.We are located in Zhejiang Pro, Yongkang City . 3 Hours away from Shanghai .


Q. What's your capacity ?

A.Our producing capacity is 50000~80000pcs / month ( Depends on different model )


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The vacuum cleaners are hard enough to sell in a normal economy. In a lousy economy like what we have now, the job is vene more difficult. Folks don't buy a $1300 vacuum just because. They have to be fully convinced it is worth the money. It is very heavy, especially with the water in it, and you should not try to dismiss objections about carrying it up down stairs - that is really not recommended, and not to be advised because of the risk of injury. They either empty the unit of water, and refill on the second floor, or they buy a second system for the second floor - and you can double your sales! If you every find such a customer, give them a good discount on the second system, OK? Good Luck; but in case things are slow, I suggest you have another part time job ready.
Q:I need help in choosing a vacuum?
I okorder.com/. It reviews multiple brands and manufacturers. I have two toddlers and two labrador retrievers and the Kirby cleans great and doesn't need filters. The bag is the hepa filter! Good luck
Q:Abs max in calculus( Biz calc)?
You are on the right track. We can find a linear equation to predict the number of vacuums that will be sold at any given price. At $100 it is 800. At $103, it is 794. Think of this data as two points on a line. The points are (100,800) and (103,794). Find the equation of the line. y=1000-2x. The Revenue generated is the number sold * the price. y is the number sold and x is the price. R=x*y=x*(1000-2x) R(x)=1000x-2x² R'(x)=1000-4x The critical number is when R'=0 == 1000-4x=0 == x=250 So, it looks like we should charge $250 per vacuum. Is this really a maximum? R''(x)=-4. The Second Derivative Test tells us that our value is a maximum. This makes sense. The revenue function is a parabola that opens downward with a vertex at (250,125000), The price is $250 and the revenue is $125000.

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