For high-quality cleaning of premises, it is not always necessary to use a broom, mop and water – there will be a lot of dust, and the effect will be minimal. It is better to use profile equipment in the form of household vacuum cleaners, which have excellent power and reliability. But in terms of construction, they are different, and it is important to decide on the best solution.
Cyclone vacuum cleaners
Vacuum cleaner without a bag suitable for dry cleaning if more thorough cleaning of the carpet or stripes is required. Here it is recommended to pay attention to cyclonic versions of vacuum cleaners, which guarantee a vacuum due to the powerful swirling of air.
This approach allows not to lose power when filling the plastic container. Its peculiarity is high noise as the container fills, but if it is emptied regularly, the noise pressure indicator will be low.
Important! It is necessary not to overheat such equipment, since the engine may fail.
Bag vacuum cleaners
Bag vacuum cleaners that collect surrounding dust and debris in a separate bag can be considered a real classic. This technology makes it possible to guarantee the extraordinary compactness of the equipment – there is an engine and a bag in which dust is collected due to the vacuum. The disadvantage of this technology is that the suction power decreases as the container is filled, but the cheapness of such equipment should be noted among the advantages.
Vacuum cleaners with aquafilter
For washing hard surfaces such as tiles or windows, it is better to use vacuum cleaners with an aqua filter. An additional tank with water is installed in them, through which the polluted air passes, the debris remains in the water, and then the air rises to the top in small bubbles and then enters a whole network of air filters, where it is finally cleaned.
Washing vacuum cleaners
They are often confused with versions with water filters, but in washing models, two containers are installed – one of them contains a washing solution, which is then injected under high pressure into the treated surface, dissolves all the debris and dirt, and the contents are again sucked into the second container.
Suction power and filters
It is not always appropriate to purchase excessively powerful versions of vacuum cleaners (more than 1 kW) – they put a heavy load on the electrical equipment at home and wires, including sockets, can melt. Sometimes for household needs, it is optimal to choose vacuum cleaners with a suction power of 550 W, which a priori are characterized by a low noise level and good power. If the equipment is also equipped with H11-H16 class HEPA filters capable of cleaning the air from debris in the range of 95-99 percent, then the air in the room will not have the characteristic smell that was observed in relation to old vacuum cleaners.