UV mites Vacuum Bed Cleaner with vibrating pad for bed

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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 

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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

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

                                                                          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. 




- 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< span="">

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



- Control switch/Botón:TOUCH (4 stages)

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

- Fuse/Fusible: 8A



- 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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Q:What are the filtration methods for vacuum cleaners?
Dust bag through the dust bag and HEPA filter material filter, to filter out frequent replacement of the dust bag: 99.99% dimensions as low as 0.3 micron particles, every time you have used to replace the dust bag, dust bag filter for use, easy to clean, do not need to clean up every day. The disadvantage is long time, the filter capacity of the dust bag has declined, the cloth pores will open, filtering ability drops seriously, need to change.
Q:Do you know anyone who collects vacuum cleaners as a hobby?
As unique and crazy as that sounds, I've never herd of such an activity. If you ask me it sounds rather odd, and pointless. I personally don't like vacuums though, they tend to make a lot of noise pollution and I just can't stand that. But, I guess all people have different things they find to their likings, but this is one thing I'll never understand.
Q:Hi! Can somebody tell me if there are any (even very small) mistakes in this short text (thanks!)?
try and write it like this: The line graph shows the typical daily electricity demand in England during the winter and summer season, while the pie chart illustrates the different proportions of electricity used for the most frequent activities in an average English home. Comparing the two trends of electricity demand in the first graph, it is evident that during winter the electricity consumption doubles. Over the day, during either summer or winter, the lowest levels are recorded in the morning, between 8:00 a.m. and 9.00 p.m. Conversely, the peak hours are different between the two periods. During the summer, electricity consumption peaks around 10:00 P.M; during winter the highest levels of demand are reached both in the afternoon at 4 p.m. and in the evening at 10:00 p.m. The pie chart shows that heating is by far the most electricity-consuming activity in an average English house (52.5 %). Clearly, this figure explains the reason why the electricity demand is higher during the small spans of time previously mentioned in the graph. The rest of the activities and devices used in the house, such as ovens, lighting and vacuum cleaners, use almost the same proportion of electricity, less than 16 %.
Q:Why are electric vacuum cleaners so loud and electric cars are so quiet?
in vehicles,provided a silencer for reducing noise.the fact that Electric motors are very quiet than IC engines used in vehicles.Now a day many companies make quiet vaccum cleaner.
Q:Vacuum advice(Bosch)?
I recommend that you check the March 2006 issue of Consumer Reports. On page 30 is a full report with ratings on vacuum cleaners. They tested both uprights and canisters, and the Bosch Premium Prestige($800) came out number 2 in the canisters. The Sears Kenmore Progressive($500) came out number one, and had more features for less money. If you want to save even more money, check out the Sears Progressive with Direct Drive. It came it number one in the upright vacuums, and will save you even more money at $300. Good luck!
Q:Hyla Bagless Water Vacuum?
Question: What's the Difference Between a Vacuum and Carpet Steamer or Cleaner (If that's what you mean by water vacuums) Although some carpet steamers and cleaners do have a suction mechanism to remove the cleaning fluid and water from your carpet after cleaning the area, they should only be used for steaming or cleaning a carpet and never used as a vacuum cleaner. Answer: The term 'carpet cleaner' or shampooer used to relate to types of carpet cleaning appliances which did not have a water tank and cleaned using a cleaner in conjunction with brush action. The cleaning fluid actually stayed in the carpet to protect the fibers and was not removed, nor was any water applied. Today, the term generally means any appliance that is used to clean a carpet and carpet cleaners have changed considerably in the last few years. Today, most carpet cleaners are in fact steamers. Along with a liquid cleaning solution, hot water or steam is applied to the carpet. Brushes rotate to help lift the rug fibers and the water and solution is then extracted into a waste water reservoir that must be emptied. This allows carpets to be deep-cleaned and the water is then vacuumed by the same machine, allowing it to dry rather quickly.
Q:Im looking for a vacuum part?
Look around for a guy who repairs them. We have a guy that sells used repaired vacuums at a flea market just outside of town.
Q:Has anyone heard of Patriot Vacuum cleaners?
no, salesman always lies. hope you did not buy it.
Q:What does Consumer Reports say are the best bagless vacuum cleaners (under $200)?
I looked this up on Consumer Reports for you and this is what their report said. I can give you more facts if you would like. Hope this helps!!! Upright CR Best Buy Hoover Wind Tunnel Anniversary Edition Bagless U5786-900 Price: $160 overall score 67 CR Best Buy Eureka Boss 4D 5893 Price: $140 overall score 65 CR Best Buy Hoover EmPower U5262-910 Price: $100 overall score 62 CR Best Buy Bissell Pet Hair Eraser 3920 Price: $150 overall score 61 CR Best Buy Eureka Altima 2961 Price: $80 overall score 61 Canister Hoover Wind Tunnel Bagless S3765-040 Price: $250 overall score 66
Q:I am jinxed every vacumn cleaner i owns always blows up grrrr why?
The less expensive vacuum cleaners don't last. Unfortunately that's all I can afford. I'm constantly cleaning the vacuum rollers underneath. Hair, strings, etc.. get caught there. I use scissors a lot of pulling to clean it. I empty the bag often rinse the filter. I'm always buying new belts. I had a Sharp vacuum in the past that was a little more money, but worked real well. My in-laws have a Dyson (not sure on spelling.) They LOVE their vacuum! My mother in law said she finally has a vacuum that picks up everything, even cat hair! She has several cats, she goes on on about how great the vacuum is. It's not as expensive as a Rainbow. My suggestion would be save up for a Sharp or a Dyson. Personally I'm hoping to get a Dyson! Hope this helps!

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