Handheld UV Bed Vacuum Cleaner With Vibrating pad

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· Type: Dual filters 

· Installation: Hand Held 

· Bag Or Bagless: With Bag 

· Function: Dry 

· Certification: EMC, EMF, ETL, GS, RoHS, PSE 

· Power (W): 350 

· Voltage (V): 120 

· Model Number: YJ-3005A 

· Brand Name: Any 

· Place of Origin: China (Mainland) 

· Product name: bed vacuum cleaner 

· Feature: Kill 99% bacterial 

· Color: Optional 

· Certificates: GS ETL PSE 

· Type: Bed cleaner 

· Vibrating: With vibrating pad for bad 

· Patent: Dual suction entries 

· Patent contury: China, Japan, USA(Pending) 

· Voltage: 100V-230V 50-60HZ 

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:

- Product size: 29.2 x 27.3 x 17.1 cm - Inner box size: 31.5 x 28.7 x 18.3 cm - Master carton size: 59 x 32.9 x 20.7 cm - Load quantity per carton: 2 pcs

Delivery Detail:

50 DAYS

Specifications

-bed vacuum cleaner 
-Kills 99.9% dust mite 
-Dual suction entries patented 
-Dual suctions patented 
-GS PSE 

                                                                          why UV vacuum is needed?

Our environment getting worse than before, we are surrounded by suspended particles in the air & dust mites. These particles & dust mites were hidden in the sheet, carpet, downy toys, even in our clothes. Many questions caused by the mites, such as itching & acne & serious allergy. “there is a allergy in my family” became the hot issue between parents recently. Our UV vacuum use the ultraviolet rays to kill bacterias & dust mites with the support of scientific reports. We created the YJ-3005 series UV vacuum to solve this kind of problem efficiently. 

  

 

GENERAL SPECIFICATION

- Model/Modelo: YJ-3005B

- Specifications/Especificaciones: AC 100V  50/60 HZ

- Motor/Motor: ML 1030G  100V/50-60HZ

- Unload motor speed/Velocidad del motor: 30000 RPM + - 10%

- Noise level (Distance 1 m): < = 75 dB

- Pressure resistance/Presión: 1500V/5mA/1 Min

 

ELECTRIC SPECIFICATION

- Control switch/Botón:TOUCH (4 stages)

- Operate sequence/Secuencia: OFF - UV light - UV light+vacuum - UV light+vacuum+tapping pad

- Fuse/Fusible: 8A

 

OUTER SPECIFICATION

- Product color/Color: optional

- Material/Material: ABS Fire prevention

- Plug/Enchufe: PSE plug

- Length of power cord/Cable: out 5.0 m

- Product size/Tamaño del producto: 29.2 x 27.3 x 17.1 cm

- Inner box size/Caja interna: 31.5 x 28.7 x 18.3 cm

- Master carton size/Caja externa: 59 x 32.9 x 20.7 cm

- Load quantity per carton/Cantidad por cartón: 2 pcs

- Net weight/Peso neto: 2.07 kg

- Load quantity 20'ft/Contenedor 20 ft: 1760 pcs

- Load quantity 40'ft/Contenedor 40 ft: 3080 pcs

- Load quantity 40 HQ/Contendor 40 HQ: 3360 pcs

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