How to choose vacuum cleanerJohannes Röll 11 / January / 21 Visitors: 739
When planning the purchase of a vacuum cleaner, it is worth remembering the huge number of varieties of models. The first thing to decide is whether you need a washing or regular vacuum cleaner.
How vacuum cleaners work
The design of washing devices provides for the following principle of operation:
- The water in the reservoir enters the nozzles through a tube.
- Then the surface is moistened, which should be removed.
- The humid air from the vacuum cleaner softens the dirt and takes it inside.
- Waste moisture is returned back to the tank.
- As a result, the surface is cleaned and the air becomes fresher.
The principle of operation of conventional vacuum cleaners is as follows:
- After the start, the motor starts to work, which creates thrust.
- The vacuum cleaner picks up dirt and dust, sucks them through the tube.
- Dust and dirt are sent through a pipe to a dust bag.
- The air flow is cleaned with a filter.
What about washing vacuum cleaners?
If you do not need to acquaint readers with ordinary devices, then washing machines are a relatively new type of technology, so we will dwell on it in more detail.
Buyers note that cleaning with a washing vacuum cleaner is several times faster than with a conventional vacuum cleaner and is suitable for cleaning:
- carpets, carpets, linoleums and other surfaces;
- upholstered furniture;
- hard-to-reach places;
- window and glass surfaces.
Advantages of washing vacuum cleaners:
- suitable for horizontal cleaning;
- collect the spilled liquid;
- humidify the air in the room, respectively, are suitable for people with allergies;
- with the help of a special nozzle, they can clear blockages in pipes;
- suitable not only for wet, but also dry cleaning.
Disadvantages of washing vacuum cleaners:
- not suitable for cleaning thick nap;
- after cleaning the floor, moisture remains;
- bulky and heavy, so it is problematic to hide them somewhere;
- are more expensive than conventional models;
- needs to be cleaned frequently.
Differences between washing and conventional vacuum cleaners
Despite a similar design and purpose, washing vacuum cleaners differ from conventional ones:
- Cleaning type. Conventional devices are used for dry cleaning, washing machines are also suitable for wet cleaning.
- Cleaning. Detergents work on all surfaces unlike conventional ones.
- Number of tanks. In the washing machine - two (one for water, the other for collecting dust), and in the usual one (for dust).
- Aquafilter. It is present in all washing devices, but they are rarely found in classic ones.
What to consider when buying?
To choose a really high-quality and good model, check out a number of technical parameters of the devices:
- Power indicators. Consumed (from 1200 to 2100 W) and suction power (300–450 W).
- Indicators of the intensity of the air flow. The volume of processed dust per second depends on this criterion. An excellent indicator - up to 43 l / s.
- The types of filters used. The washing models use fine filters, aquafilters and motor filters. Classic vacuum cleaners with a water filter, bags or plastic containers.
- Trumpet. It can be plastic, metal or combined (plastic and metal). The best option is a metal telescopic tube.
- Equipment. The more attachments and different brushes in the set, the more surfaces, furniture and corners you can remove.
Johannes Röll was born 1978 in Brilon,Germany. Graduated RWTH Aachen University. Over the past ten years he worked as Head of the plastic card team, where he was mainly responsible for the development of the distribution, Head of sales Department and Financial Analyst,where he got experience in planning and support sales figures for branches. For the present he works as freelancer