New Automatic Intelligent Robot Vacuum Cleaner
Specification of New Automatic Intelligent Robot Vacuum Cleaner:
Features of New Automatic Intelligent Robot Vacuum Cleaner:
² Auto-cleaning: cleaning automatically on the wood, tile floor and carpet.
² Mini-body: cleaning under bed and other hard-to-reach area
² Vacuum: Strong suction to absorbing dust, dirt and hair.
² Mop: Mopping the floor while cleaning
² Anti-collision: to avoid collision between the cleaner and furnitures
² Protect bumper: to avoid falling from the edge
² Washable dustbin and filter
² 3 in 1: sweeping+vacuuming+mopping
| 1. Adapterx1 || 2. Filter x2 || 3. Side brush x2 || 4. Mop x1 || 5. Manual x1 |
Units / Carton
QTY LOAD 20'
QTY LOAD 40'
QTY LOAD 40'HQ
Certification: CE /ROSH /LFGB
- Q:Has anyone used one of those robotic vacuum cleaners (they vacuum floor by themselves). How effective was it?
- A family member of mine has one. They have a few dogs, so the small container on the vacuum can hold only one day's cleaning. It does a great job of cleaning, but it has to be cleaned out daily and that process seems to take 20 minutes or so because of the dog hair twisted around all of the parts. Cleaning the machine requires taking it apart and washing or picking out the dirt.
- Q:Can you show me a vacuum that DOES loose suction?
- Yup it's nothing but a gimmick Dysons lose airflow much faster than some of my bagged vacuums but as for losing actual suction...i suppose an abused rainbow could in theory if it's not emptied properly you could have a build up in the fans causing a loss of suction but that's only if it's not taken care of
- Q:When were wet/dry vacuums invented?
- Daniel Hess of West Union, Iowa invented a vacuum cleaner in 1860, calling it a carpet sweeper instead of a vacuum cleaner. His machine did, in fact, have a rotating brush like a traditional carpet sweeper, and also possessed an elaborate bellows mechanism on top of the body to generate suction of dust and dirt. Hess received a patent (US No. 29.077) for his invention of the vacuum cleaner on July 10, 1860 British engineer, Hubert Cecil Booth patented a motorized vacuum cleaner on August 30, 1901. Booth's machine took the form of a large, horse-drawn, petrol-driven unit, which was parked outside the building to be cleaned with long hoses being fed through the windows. Booth first demonstrated his vacuuming device in a restaurant that same year and successfully sucked dirt. More Americans inventors introduced variations of the same cleaning-by-suction type contraptions. For example, Corinne Dufour invented a device that sucked dust into a wet sponge; and, David Kenney designed a huge machine that was installed in a cellar and connected to a network of pipes leading to each room of a house. Of course, these early versions of vacuum cleaners were bulky, noisy, smelly, and unsuccessful.
- Q:Can a canister vacuum cleaner hepa filter be washed?
- I have been servicing and repairing vacuum cleaners for about 10 years now so I see a lot of filters. In my opinion even the filters that can be washed really shouldn't be unless they are a foam type material. Basically the washing doesn't really get the dirt out, what you have to consider is that the pores of the filter are super small to be able to trap particles as small as pollen and smoke and water doesn't flow well through holes this small. Also as the vacuum is running it is actually trying to pull air through the filter so the dust gets pulled in really hard and effectively gets stuck. Your vacuum will last longer by replacing the filter as it will cool the motor more effectively so while there is a cost in buying a new filter it extends the life of your vacuum hence saving you money in the long term. Hope this helps! :)
- Q:Why are vacuum cleaners so noisy?
- It takes a powerful motor to create the suction needed to make a vacuum cleaner effective. There are quiet models, but they don't work as well. The best way to use a quiet vac is to go with a central, and have the canister mounted in the basement or garage. All you hear is the motor in the power head if you are vacuuming carpet, or the air moving if you are vacuum hard surfaces. Hope this helps.
- Q:I have carpet cleaners coming tomorrow morning. Do they vacuum before they clean, or am I supposed to do that?
- No, they do not vacuum before cleaning the carpeting. Can you borrow a sweeper? After the carpeting is completely dry, run your sweeper over it going in one direction, then going in another.
- Q:Has anyone heard of Patriot Vacuum cleaners?
- Nope, never heard of it. Best way to buy a high-end vacuum cleaner is to go to a sales and service vacuum store and buy the high-end models a few years old that people changed their minds about. It's like buying a used luxury car, they depreciate much faster than cheaper cars. The service guys can tell you which ones are really worth the bucks.
- Q:are bagless cleaners better then baged cleaners ?
- I recently moved to a house that has hardwood floors with area rugs from a fully carpeted house. When my windtunnel stopped working I bought a canister vac with a container I empty when it gets full. I have 1 dog 2 cats so I dump it 2-3 times before I am done vacuming the whole house some furniture. The suction power is lacking alot compared to the bags. I really prefer the bags(in hind sight)
- Q:Can fleas really escape a vacuum cleaner?
- The OSU study, partially funded by the Royal Appliance Manufacturing Co. and detailed in a recent issue of the journal Entomologica Experimentalis et Applicata, involved vacuuming up groups of 100 adult fleas at a time, as well as groups of 50 pupae and 50 larvae, from a tightly woven kitchen-type carpet. Six tests on the adult fleas killed an average of 96 percent of adult fleas, and the three tests of pupae and one test of larvae resulted in the deaths of all the fleas. Study team member Glen Needham and his colleagues are researching non-toxic ways to kill insects, because though bug bombs have sent fleas on the run, the fleas could develop resistance to these chemicals. Needham thinks that the brushes, fans and powerful air currents of vacuum cleaners are what's responsible for killing the itchy insects. Needham and his colleagues have suggested that the vacuum brushes wear away the cuticle, a waxy outer layer on fleas and most insects that holds water in and keeps them hydrated. Without this protective layer, the adults, larvae and pupae probably dry up and die, Needham said. We didn't do a post-mortem, so we don't know for sure, Needham added. But it appears that the physical abuse they took caused them to perish.
- Q:What would happen if you vacuumed a vacuum cleaner?
- they would implode from all the suction
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