Wet Dry Vacuum Cleaner Industrial Car Drum Vacuum Cleaner

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Wet and Dry Vacuum Cleaner Industrial Car Metal Barrel Drum Vacuum Cleaner

Wet Dry Vacuum Cleaner Industrial Car Drum Vacuum Cleaner

Wet Dry Vacuum Cleaner Industrial Car Drum Vacuum Cleaner

Model: 903T

Approval:GS/CE/CB/EMC/ROHS
*Motor Wattage:1200w nom, 230V/50HZ
*Power cord5M length VDE approved power cord & plug
*Tank&ColorPlastic & injection black color
*Tubes:2pcs plastic tube
*Function:Wet and Dry use
*Dust capacity:15 L 
*Filter               (inlet & outlet)washable HEPA+Sponge outlet filter
*Brush1pc plastic floor brush
*Speed controlNo


Company introduction

Establish standard of cleaning robot line in China.


Cooperate with Chinese Academy of Sciences,Tsinghua university,


Peking University, Beihang university, Harbin institute of technology,Shandong university.



FAQ

A).Is the vacuum cleaner passed strict testing?


Of course yes.


The motor passed 120hours destructive life test


The switch passed 10000times life test(Push on and off)


The nozzle button passed 10000times life test(open and close)


The cigarette plug passed 10000times life test(out and in)


The power cord passed 50000times bending test


 


B).If the item with warranty service?


Of course yes.


All our vacuum cleaners with 1year warranty service.


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Q:Who invented the earliest vacuum cleaners?
In 1901, British civil engineer booth went to the imperial Concert Hall in Leicester square, London, to show a demonstration of a car dust collector in the United states. The vacuum cleaner uses compressed air to blow dust into the container, which Buss thought was not good because many dust failed to blow into the container.
Q:Can I use my vacuum cleaner to suck up the excess co2 in the air?
Unfortunately, vacuum cleaners are not very selective. They will suck up N2, O2, CO2 and everything else. The other problem is that they squirt it straight out after filtering any dirt particles larger than a certain size. Even if you could capture what was sucked in it would not alter the ratio of CO2 to everything else. That would remain the same. Apart from that, it sounds like a good idea.
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The okorder.com/... P.S. this is the zoology section, unless you categorise a question yourself, the system decides for you based upon certain words (shark !).
Q:Why don't manufacturers of upright vacuum cleaners make them with retractable cords?
Sears does. Their Kenmore brands have retractable cords. I have one. It is a canister vacuum with carpet attachments. Works great does the job of two vacuums.
Q:Looking for a site that will tell me the marketing mix for Dyson vacuum cleaners?
Anyway marketing mix is unique to each product, says you cannot really copy wholesales from any web pages. u can see how they do it on their web page, i.e. distribution channgels, product mix, Marcom strategies, etc. good luck. Cheers.
Q:Bissell VS Eureka Vacuum Cleaners...which is better?
Years ago vacuums were mostly metal, with plastic used sparingly, as in bumpers, trim, etc. Nowadays vacuums are 98 % plastic, with metal used sparingly, such as in the motor, wheel shafts, screws, etc. Bissell has traditionally used a cheaper plastic, similar to the stuff they used to make those cheapie little toys out of. It doesn't stand up to rough use very well, cracks easily and breaks. Eureka has been in the vacuum business longer and I feel, makes a moderately good product. I'm not aware of any Eureka u/r's that allow for agitator shut down while running. Panasonic makes an u/r with that feature, as does Riccar and Simplicity, all in the $300-$500 range. Bagless machines require more filters to catch the dirt that the bag normally stops, so require that you purchase filters regularly instead of bags. It's a trade off. Also, when you dump the dirt container there's always that little puff of dirt back into the air, which you can frequently bypass with a bag. Consumer Reports rates bagged units over bagless units, nearly every time. One of the best vac's for the money is the Hoover Windtunnel u/r. If you have trouble with your arms or wrists they are available in self-propelled models, if not get one without. They all have great suction and a good agitator system.
Q:what is the best bagged vacuum cleaner? I'm tired of the bagless cleaners and looking for one with a bag.?
I am going through the same thing. I hate my bagless. My sister just bought an orek and she loves it. They are pretty expensive so she found a lightly used one on OKorder and it works great. It's really quiet and light. She has a two year old that was pretrified by vacuums but this one is so quiet, she doesn't mind it.
Q:how many watts does a vacuum normally use?
If you mean a vacuum cleaner, it depends on model and manufacturer. I would doubt that most domestic ones use more than 750 watts, though. But there should be a nameplate with that information on it. Now, industrial vacuum cleaners can be a bit bigger and use more power - like hundreds of horsepower.
Q:What kind of power inverter can handle a house vacuum cleaner?
A BIG one. It should be rated to deliver at least 2500 watts continuously. Such an inverter would be very costly, and run even a very large battery down very quickly. A generator rated for 2500 watts or more would be much easier, and probably cheaper, to feed.
Q:How can I tell how loud a vacuum is before I buy it (if there is no display model)?
Most places do have a return policy so could return it if you were unhappy. Could also make a request to the owner to put one together. If it has mostly this type of item on sale I am sure they will be happy to do this to make the sale. I think you will find that most vacuums do make close to the same amount of sound. That is what I have found. I worry more about the power it has to pick stuff up.

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