Bagless Cyclone Canister Vacuum Cleaner with ERP Class A CNCL6243
Permanent bagless design with translucent dust compartment
Multiple cyclonic design
Stand holder for tube
Handle airflow control,crush-proof hose,2 position brush and integrated accessories
multiple filtration system
360 degree hose swivel
* Unit dimension
Injection and spray
* Input voltage
* Dust tank capacity
* Air flow
* Cable length
* Speed control
small nozzles, 1.5m hose
1pc metal telescopic tube
High efficiency brush
* Motor power for ERP standard
* Erp class
* Motor power for Normal standard
* Gift box:
* Master carton:
* Packaging material:
Double corrugated cardboard
* loading qty (20'/40'/40H'):
Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons
Standard:CE, GS, CB, EMC
Q: What's the difference with cyclonic to multi-cyclonic filtration system?
Multi-cyclonic is where the dust container has a plastic filter section inside and has many little tunnels in it that separate the finer dust and dirt for the next filter and there is no HEPA filter in the middle plastic filter section.
Cyclonic filtration is where there is a central HEPA filter that sits inside the dust container and catches the finer dust.
Q: My vacuum just stopped while I was using it! What do I do now?
All of our vacuum cleaners have been fitted with a thermal safety cut-off switch which activates to stop the motor from burning out. When it does that it will prevent the unit from turning on again until it has cooled sufficiently to reset, which is between 2 – 4 hrs. The most common reason for safety cut-off switch activated is the filters needs to be cleaned. Please read the instruction manual and follow the instructions on how to clean the filters.
- Q:Hoover VS Kirby vacuum?
- Definitely the Rainbow, The Kirby used Bags which even though it uses Hepa Filtered bags, it still leaves dust behind. I know because I own the newest one right now. and in the process of getting a Rainbow. My parents had a Rainbow and I got so used to using the Rainbow that when I got the Kirby thinking it was better Vacuum I quickly found out that it was not. I get burning eyes and nose from the the air that it blows out. Also, it you were to vacuum over a wet spot you would need to quickly change the bag, cause mold grows in the bag and leaves a horrible smell. I have kids, who are constantly spilling things on my carpet so that's my problem. But when using the attachments on the Kirby they easily come apart while using them so they get stuck under beds and furniture where you have to crawl under to fish them out. Also when using it as a shampooer, you immediately have to change the bag and it leaves your carpet very wet. and doesn't do a good shampoo job. Rainbow is so, so, so much worth the cost. No paying $16 a month on bags just dump the water out. I am in the process of getting a Rainbow and dumping my Kirby!
- Q:Best Vacuum Cleaners For Allergies?
- Look into vacuums such as a rainbow which keeps the dust in water in the vacuum rather then spit into the air OR get a vacuum that have Hepa filters on it. These type with the Hepa filters trap the dust from escaping into the air. I suggest you call a used vacuum dealer and gets some ideas of what they have. Good luck!
- Q:Parkinsons disease? Needs a light weight vacuum. Any suggestions.?
- There are a lot of 'lightweight' vacuum cleaners available by good brands such as Dyson and Morphy Richards. I would recommend the Dyson but it may still be a little heavy. Your best shot is to take you mum to an electrical store and test a comfortable one. It might be better to get a cylinder instead of an upright so your pushing less weight around.
- Q:Dog question?
- Not all dogs are afraid of them but I think most are really interested in them. I think it's the noise and the movement. Catledog owners almost universally tell of our dogs wanting to herd the vacuum! :-)
- Q:Which type of vacuum cleaner is good?
- I would also not recommend getting something too light, meaning it's only meant for small jobs. They generally are built using cheaper or lightweight components that will wear out quickly. Having owned many vacuums over the years, I can tell you that I still prefer a model that uses a bag. Here's why; the bag makes things neater. When it's full, I throw it out. Those models that use a small cup or whatever make a heck of a mess everytime you want to empy it; a big cloud of dust etc. always surrounds the garbage bin. I also find that many of those models require frequent cleaning of the filters, or replacement. The Dyson might be the exception to all this but quite frankly the price is a big barrier for me. My last and current vacuum is an Oreck upright that seems to be very well made and works better than any other model I've ever owned.
- Q:What inexpensive canister vacuum cleaners are made for laminate floors?
- Hoover, Eureka, Shopvac all have options in that price range.
- Q:Vacuum Sales?
- nice avatar
- Q:Does anyone know how to make a very organized looking pattern on the carpet when vacuuming?
- Why would you do that? It will go away as soon as you walk on it. Or will you just sit there and admire it for days on end? LOL
- Q:Kirby Sentria vacuum cleaners?
- You should have no trouble taking it back. Call the number on your paperwork and also WRITE them a letter and keep a copy. (just to cover your a$$). But do it right away. Personally, I LOVE mine.
- Q:best vacuums cleaners on the market today?
- buy a dustbuster and a black dirtdevil upright. you shouldn't spend much more than $100.
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