2-in-1 stick vacuum cleaner with handy control #S02

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Model: S02

 

 

Feature: 

2-in-1 stick VC with handy control

(Turbo brush available)

 

Specifications:

400W-600W nominal power

Cord length 5m

Dust bag capacity 0.8L

Cyclone filtration system

 

Product size: 240*130*1050mm

GB size: 680*115*135mm

Master carton size: 690*245*285mm

Load qty (20'/40'/40H'): 2200/4660/4960pcs

 

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Q:Manufacturing Engineering?
Look at the hand held vacuums they have in the store. If the housing is plastic, it is a 99.99% chance it is injection molded. If it is made of metal it could be extruded if it has a constant cross section along its length. Aluminum is a very common extrusion metal. I would doubt any high volume hand vac would have a forged housing, but I don't get out that much. Casting and machining is a possibility. As far as costs, it all depends on the life of the tool, and the number of cavities for a mold or a casting. If you mold/cast one part at a time it is much more expensive than two or four or eight. The more you mold at once, the bigger the molding/casting machine and the more expensive the mold/casting. So it depends on how many you want to make in a given amount of time, and how many through the life of the product. Finally, for your modification, do you have a design with drawings and a volume target? That is the first step to figuring out costs.
Q:Rainbow vacuum cleaners....?
Great vac. No nasty bags to send dust back into the room, the dirt all captured in the water and flushed away. You get a nice assortment of tools in addition to an adjustable height power nozzle. It is a bit pricey, but they last forever if maintained properly. On the down side, with the water reservoir in place it is a bit heavy, which can make stairs difficult.
Q:How often do you vacuum?
LOL..Not as much as I would like. My Daughter HATES the Vacuum cleaner and I cant vacuum when she is hear, nor when she is asleep. Also, Im a SAHM so she is here with me all the time. But,I vacuum once or twice a week when my Mom has her.
Q:Do Air Purifiers still work O.K. if there is a venting to outside? I live in an old place?
Air okorder.com/... (just found this, we didn't record it). I hope this helps.
Q:Why are black women always going on about vacuum cleaners. It's getting me really bored?
Now stop with the stereotypes
Q:Greatest air watt suction, in a bagless vacuum cleaner?,?
Dyson Air Watts
Q:Vacuum cleaner help...?
The best vacumn cleaner I have ever used..Is a Rainbow.. Thru the yrs we have had many vacumns..It takes a moment or two to fill empty the water resevoir..but you won't believe the dirt animal hair it will pick up..The biggest advantage, is that no dirt goes back into the air, as with most vacumn cleaners.
Q:Xbox 360 vacuum dust?
It's absolutely not safe, vacuum cleaners produce static electricity which can fry the system.
Q:Professional House Cleaners only Please answer question about Commercial Vacuum cleaners?
mmmmm,I can only say what works for me. I use a dirt devil and also carry a small wet/dry vac,both are 3 years old.I have found the more expensive brands are not always the answer as mileage may vary. I have found there is an inherent cost of doing business,vacuums being a wearable tool.It does sound as if your on the way high end of costs.There is generally 2 reasons for premature failure.The first is of course bad/inappropriate product,the second being an operator issue. I understand what works for me may not work for you.I wish you luck in finding a more cost efficient system. My Best
Q:Would selling vacuum cleaners for a living suck?
I personally wouldn't make it my profession to do that, especially if you have to go door to door because people don't open their doors to anybody anymore.

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