Electric Vacuum Cleaner Home
2 in 1 design, putt and handheld style work together to keep your home clean
– lightweight and portable size, you can use it anytime, anywhere – with 3 cleaning brushes. Meeting daily cleaning needs
– large suction, powerful and effective – hepa filtration system. Innovative filter structure, better air purification
– buckle design. Long and short handle free switching, easy to use – ergonomic design. Can be held in one hand, non-slip and comfortable
The heart of the vacuum, it generates suction power to lift and remove dirt.
Dustbin or Vacuum Bag:
Collects the debris sucked in by the vacuum.
Captures fine particles and prevents them from being released back into the air.
Design and Structure:
Body: Usually a compact and maneuverable device with a handle for easy mobility.
Base: Contains the motor and other internal components.
Handle: Allows the user to push, pull, and control the vacuum’s movement.
Cord or Battery: Power source for the vacuum.
Corded models need to be plugged into an electrical outlet, while cordless ones use rechargeable batteries.
Suction Nozzle: The part that comes in direct contact with the floor or carpet to suck in dirt.
Brushes or Rollers: Some models have rotating brushes or rollers to agitate and lift dirt from carpets.
Adjustable Height Settings: Allows users to change the height of the vacuum to accommodate different floor types.
Power Switch: Turns the vacuum on and off.
Variable Suction Control: Allows users to adjust the suction power based on the cleaning needs or surface type.
Attachments: Additional tools such as crevice tools, upholstery brushes, and dusting brushes for versatile cleaning.
Dustbin: Bagless models collect debris in a dustbin that can be emptied and cleaned.
Vacuum Bags: Some models use disposable bags that need to be replaced when full.
HEPA Filters: High-Efficiency Particulate Air filters trap tiny particles, making the vacuum suitable for people with allergies.
Pre-motor and Post-motor Filters: Additional filters to capture particles before and after they pass through the motor.
Mobility and Storage:
Wheels: Allow for easy movement across different surfaces.
Handle and Cord Storage: Features for convenient storage when not in use.
Regular maintenance to ensure optimal performance.
Emptying the Dustbin or Replacing Vacuum Bags:
Depending on the model.
Remember that specific features and designs can vary between different vacuum cleaner models and brands.
Advances in technology may also introduce new features and improvements to enhance cleaning efficiency and user convenience.