Wet&Dry use,HEPA filter,Blow fuction,with Hook
* Unit dimension
* Input voltage
* Dust tank capacity
* Air flow
* Cable length
* Dram material
2-in-1 small tool, 1.5m hose
1pc metal telescopic tube or 2pcs plastic tubes, 1pc HEPA filter,1pc dust bag
1pc plastic or metal bottom brush
* Nominal power
* Gift box:
* Master carton:
* Packaging material:
Double corrugated cardboard
* loading qty (20'/40'/40H'):
Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons
Standard:CE, GS, CB, EMC
Q: My Vacbag keeps splitting when I use it, why does it keep doing that?
Your Vacbag may not be the one suited for your unit, as it will split if it is not the right size for the vacuum cleaner. The bag itself is not an issue with size or shape, but if the hose doesn’t fit into it then it breaks it. We have a range of Vacbags for many models of vacuum cleaners, we can always see if one fits your model or if there is a distributor near you.
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:Are you scared of vacuum cleaners too?
- no but they are sometimes loud depending on the vacuum thats what i don't like about vacuums! thanks !
- Q:Can you show me a vacuum that DOES loose suction?
- You're right. Vacuum cleaners don't lose suction due to general usage and failure to clean filters. The only way it could happen is if the cleaner in question has a malfunction which causes the fans to turn at a reduced velocity, if a seal has developed a leak, broken fan blades etc. So to answer your question... No I can't.
- Q:sanitaire vacuum cleaners?
- Have you looked at the H20 Vac? Sorry, I don't know if you meant sanitary for your home/people, but the H20 Vac seems to do both. It uses tap water as a filter, so there's no nasty bags to replace, no dust going anywhere, etc. It uses steam power can clean wet messes as well (like a ShopVac). The water filter system traps dirt, instead of letting it go back out into the air like most vacuums do, even if they say Hepa Filtration or some BS.
- Q:Are 2 vacuum cleaners twice as loud as 1 vacuum cleaner?
- no it wont be twice as loud. noise is rated by decibles and every time the noise is doubled, the decible reading goes up 1 decible
- Q:Are tornadoes God's vacuum cleaners?
- when people don't behave properly, punishment from above is imminent. it's not some mother nature punishing sinners, it's the Creator. get it? what for? so that they repent ... obviously...
- Q:Are a vacuum cleaners stupid? I have two dogs that come in during the harsh winter months and they shed like?
- well i have several canister vacumes that work great kenmore's, but for the dog hair i use a small 5 gallon shop vac so that my vacumes wont smell like dog or get clogged.. try a small shop vac works great!!!! and cheap
- Q:What commercial is this??? It's a commercial for a vacuum cleaner...?
- The dyson I easily have 5 childrens I easily have had it for 3 years and it in simple terms keeps on going for outdoors jobs i could recommend a brilliant moist dry vac Have a blessed day a helpful employer
- Q:how are vacuums and airplanes similar?
- vacuum cleaners, not the vacuum of space, right? Probably the cyclonic nature of the engine that creates the suction.
- Q:Fuse rating of vacuum cleaner, hitachi CV-2900?
- My okorder.com good luck
- Q:Hotel? Housekeeping? Vacuum Cleaners?
- Royal has a sturdy, inexpensive line of commercial vacuums. Depending on the size of the hotel, the number of vacuums you need, the type of flooring you'll be vacuuming, and the type of dirt you're expecting to have to clean up, one of these models might suit your situation. Other good models are Oreck and Riccar (very expensive but they last for decades), but every manufacturer has a commercial section. I'd steer clear of Dysons. They're immensely popular with people who are impressed with infomercials and demonstrations and who don't have a clue as to how vacuums actually work. Suction, which is basically everything in the Dyson, is only of minor importance in a vacuum; some vacuums that work as well as Dysons have no suction at all. They're too bulky to fit under furniture, they're not sturdily made, repairs can take weeks, and the Dysons with beater bars don't seem to have much oomph - sure, they have suction, but the beater bar isn't able to dislodge much dirt for the vacuum to suck up.
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