Wet and Dry Vacuum Cleaner Industrial Car Metal Drum Vacuum Cleaner
With power tool socket available
Metal barrel with electric-shock safeguard
Metal handle is available for 40L barrel
Wet and dry function
* Unit dimension
* Input voltage
* Dust tank capacity
* Air flow
* Cable length
* Dram material
1pc 1.5M hose,2pcs Metal tubes,,1pc nozzle
1pc HEPA filter
1pc water brush and 1pc floor brush
* Nominal power
* FOB SHANGHAI PRICE
* Gift box:
* Master carton:
* Packaging material:
Double corrugated cardboard
* loading qty (20'/40'/40H'):
Discounts are offered based on order quantities.
We are flexible and fast developing.Embrace flexibility and professionalism.
1.Q:Are you a factory or trading company?
A: We are a factory.
2.Q:Where is your factory located? How can I visit there?
A: Our factory is located in Ningbo City, China.You can fly to Ningbo airport
directly or take the high speed train to Yuyao.We will come to pick you up.
All our clients, from domestic or abroad, are warmly welcome to visit us!
- Q:What is the mean of Vacuum cleaner?
- The pressure drop behind the fan is the same as the pressure drop in the straw when you drink the drink. The pressure behind the fan is lower than the pressure outside the vacuum cleaner, that is, ambient pressure. This creates suction in the vacuum cleaner, which is part of the vacuum
- Q:When did the following items become common in American homes?
- This isn't a History question. It's a homework question. All you have to do is look up each on Wikipedia and check the dates ... its just time consuming. I'll help you out with the first one because it's a little convoluted. Washing Machines invented in 1691. Available in Europe by the 1750's. Available in the US by 1843. NON-ELECTRIC washing machines were fairly common 1870's to 1900 Electric washing machines were available 1904. US electric washing machine became common in households by 1928.
- Q:Who else finds this commercial annoying?
- LOL LOL lucky lucky me I havent had the extreme displeasure of seeing that one!
- Q:Is it just me or is anyone else afraid of vacuum cleaners?
- Oooh nasty things! I hate it when the vaccuum cleaner wakes me up! Sometimes it chases me around the room.
- Q:why are cats afraid of vacuums?
- My boy cat's not afraid...he just sleeps through it..
- Q:Good deal on vacuum cleaners?
- Pawn shop, Goodwill, Salvation Army
- Q:Which is more powerful, an amp or a volt? By how much?
- Amp is a unit of current. The rate of electrical flow. Volt is a unit of potential difference or voltage. This is usually constant for all electrical appliances in a country. In vaccum cleaners, the usual rating for how powerful the appliance is it POWER. The unit for this is Watts (W). 1800W is quite powerful. 1000W is quite weak. If they only give Voltage (Volts) and current (Amps), simply multiply the two to get the power. Power = Volts x Current.
- Q:When was the last vacuum cleaner review in Consumer Reports magazine?
- Pop into your local library and see if they have the 2010 Buying Guide that Consumer Reports puts out. That's the last one I remember seeing. However, I will warn you, I was disappointed. They rated Hoover very high and after having two of them and nothing but trouble with no results from Hoover, I went to a Bissell Healthy Home. Now happy as a clam with my vacuum.
- Q:can I use commercial vacuum cleaner for home usage?
- If I had one that is what I'd be using.It won't suck the threads right out of the carpet and that is what you are thinking right? They are just made to take the abuse that a regular home vacuum can't. You know people at work don't take care of things like they do at home. I think your Lucky!
- Q:I have 2 vacuum cleaners, both need new electrical cords! How do I replace them?
- I ran over my cord one time and had to take my vacuum cleaner to a repair shop to have a new cord put on. It was cheap. Maybe it was about 12 or 15 dollars.
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