Vacuum Cleaner Bagless Cyclonic Vacuum Cleaner CNCL802
(1400W ERP level:
Energy--D, Hard floor--B, Carpet-- E)
Green product, with advanced patented true double-stage cyclones filtration system, first plus secondary cyclone filtration structure, completely different from regular so-called simple multi-cyclone system, improved working and cleaning efficiency, more envrionmental friendly.
washable HEPA filters with 99.97% cleaning efficiency, good for allergy people and asthmatics
multi-cyclone, secondary cyclone filtration plus super high cleaning HEPA filters, enabling a highest cleaning efficiency.
super higher power up to 2000W
super bigger dust capacity up to 5 L max.
motor thermal protector, automatically motor protection whilst overheating, ensuring motor life use
attractive spray color feature, displaying good-looking.
automatic cord rewinder: 5 meters
power speed control, multi-choice freely on power application
accessories: long flexible hose, oval mini brush, crevice nozzle, metal telescopic tube, metal floor brush,
low noise: less 78(dBA)
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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
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:How do you vacuum up hair?
- its not your vacuum cleaners fault. its the fact that your hair sticks to the carpets fibre so well. i have this same problem and my vacuum isnt good enough to do the job. what i do, is a get a broom. it must be very strong and have strong brissles. dont use the pathetic soft broom. the broom i use, is kind of like a scribbing broom used to scrub tiles. so basically just use it like a vacuum cleaner, and it will pick up all that hair from your carpet :)
- Q:What did people do before vacuum cleaners?
- swept, mopped, scrubbed on hands and knees. The standard for clean was different.
- Q:Does anyone happen to know the name of those vacuum cleaners that travel room to room on their own?
- the ROOMBA and many people love it especially old people
- Q:Are rotating brushes bad for hardwood floors?
- the rotating brush wont scratch the floor, as in gouges, but the finish that protects the wood will eventually dull because of the slight abrasion of the brush.
- Q:Are there any full-size vaccum cleaners that are battery operated, rather than dragging around that long cord?
- There are such vacuum cleaners generally used for gardens or lawns.
- 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:Please recommend a vacuum cleaner for a 750 sqft house with small carpet?
- All I can say is.... watch out. The world is FULL of BAD vacuum cleaners right now. They look OK, but they got no suck. And they're also incredibly expensive. The way I went was to put the word out I wanted an old Kirby or Hoover - something from the 50's or 60's. These machines are just as good as they were when new if you put on a new brush bar. But you can sometimes get them for nothing. I bought a couple vacuum cleaners for my business - and I could NOT believe how worthless they were! Holy Cow - and I have a feeling that this whole industry is filled with bad products.
- Q:Which vacuum cleaner has the best edge cleaner to get around baseboards?
- I went out and got a shark dustbuster and it works gets around areas like that. It comes with a attachment that gets everything up i love it.
- Q:is the infinity vacuum rated as well as the dyson?
- Dont know if this helps but I just saw a news report here in Southern California today where Good Housekeeping tested all the vacuum cleaners and the Hoover Wind Tunnel out performed all , I found that surprising but that's what Good Housekeeping reported .
- Q:Why do dogs hate vacuum cleaners?
- They don't.. Dogs that haven't been socialized to the vacuum or a dog that has been teased w/ a vacuum might act like that. Normal well balanced dogs don't do that. Edit : The vacuum does not hurt their ears, most of my dogs love to be vacuumed.. The rest of them just lay there and make me vacuum around them... 10 dogs and none of them are afraid... Hmmm... None of them are death.. It MUST be that they are socialized well and well bred, well balanced dogs who have no ridiculous fears..
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