Bagless ERP standard vacuum cleane with high power#C3805

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Product Description:

Model: C3805

 

Specifications:

Cord length 5m

Dust capacity 3.0L

Speed control on body

Automatic cord rewinder

 

Product size:380 x 290 x 260mm

Carton Size:460 x 320 x 290mm

G.W./N.W.:7.3/5.9Kgs

Load quantity:710/1460/1630pcs

 

 

Airflow(m³/min):1.8-2.3

Vacuum (Kpa):18-23

Noise(dB(A)):80

 


Features:

Permanent bagless design with translucent dust compartment

Stand holder for tube

Handle airflow control,crush-proof hose,2 position brush and integrated accessories

multiple filtration system

360 degree hose swivel


Additional Info.

Trademark:OEM, ODM

Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons

Standard:CE, GS, EMF, EMC

Origin:China


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Q:The polynomial 56.69x + 66.74z describes the revenue a company generates from the sale of three different handheld vaccum cleaners. The?
Profit = revenue - cost = 56.69X + ??y + 66.74z - (49.94x + 27.77y + 25.82z) = (56.69X - 49.94X) + (??Y - 27.77Y) + (66.74z - 25.82z) = 6.75X + ((??Y - 27.77Y) + 40.92 you did not give us the revenue for the 'y' units.
Q:Can you show me a vacuum that DOES loose suction?
Yes I can! Eureka is number one, Hoover is the other. Both of mine lost both air flow and suction. Along with that they lost their light, their wheels, the brushes on the beater bar, and anything else attached to them. I would like to say they sucked, but that was the first thing they lost! Trash.
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:What's the difference between vacuum and centrifugal dust collection?
The traditional vacuum cleaner is a high-speed rotating motor to drive the blades to rotate, so that the air is constantly excluded, and the formation of a pressure difference with the outside, the air from the suction port high-speed wind.
Q:If you came to my house selling vacuum cleaners, and I answered the door wearing nothing but a smile...?
whoa baby lady to vacuum your house for free with a smile to match yours,lol
Q:Is it bad for vacuum cleaners to vacuum kitty litter?
It depends on the vacuum. In older models with bags to collect the debris, kitty litter will create too much dust and eventually clog up the vacuum. If you have a vacuum like the Dyson, it will be fine. My Dyson has been doing duty for more than 8 years and lots of kitty litter over that time with no problems. good luck!
Q:whats the difference between vacuum cleaners in 1901 and vacuum now?
The motors and there size suction [amount of air moved] the first vac was a hand pump type you pulled up on a handle to get it to suck Electricity was a figment of some ones Imagination then I was born in 1939 and a lot of homes didn'tt have electricity then
Q:Electrolux Vacuum Cleaners?
I have one which is over 30 years old. My particular model is bulky to store but the durability has outlasted my expectations. You can still have parts to replace in this old model (never hear that those parts are discontinued). Only thing I had replaced was the hose and it thoroughly gone through cleaned through the Electrolux dealer. I recently got an upright $150 vacuum for the basement area. This new vacuum don't even come close to get the dirt sucked out of the carpet like the old Electrolux. Guess I will have to carry the old vacuum up down the stairs since I want a good job done.
Q:opnions on what the best vacuum cleaner is?
I am in the home cleaning business. I have tried many vacuums. Kirby's are very heavy, expensive and somewhat challenging to use since you have to take off the power head part (the part of the vacuum that sucks up the dirt) to add on a hose to vacuum upholstery. Plus they have bags that need to be changed. Oreck's are light weight but expensive and don't have attachments, plus they have bags that need to be changed. Dyson's work well, they are bagless and have attachments on the vacuum itself. They can however become clogged easily, but I still recommend this one. If price was no object, hands down the Rainbow is my choice. It is bagless, but traps dirt into a water bowl that you then have to empty. Has washable hepa filter. The attachments are on board but it does have a couple different hoses (one for dirt and one for water, for those wet messes that sometimes occur or for shampooing carpet). There are many more that I have used but I'm sure you don't want me to list them all. So all in all, go bagless, have attachments on the vacuum, have floor height adjustments, hepa filter recommended (which helps to prevent dust from getting into the air) and a long cord.
Q:Where can i rent a vacuum?
go to the apartment office and ask for workers to clean it for you instead . they charged me for $50 for cleaning the carpet .

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