- How to choose a professional vacuum cleaner
How to choose a professional vacuum cleaner
Professional vacuum cleaner
During the work on a construction site and during repairs, in production and in workshops, a large number of small wastes are often collected. And this garbage must be removed. To maintain cleanliness, you need a professional vacuum cleaner.
When choosing a powerful device and not to overpay for unnecessary features, it is important to know exactly what the vacuum cleaner should be for your purpose.
The household vacuum cleaner handles fine household dust perfectly. It can also suck up larger particles of dust and debris, but they may not get into the dust collector, but into other parts of the vacuum cleaner, which can cause it to break.
The industrial vacuum cleaner is designed specifically for construction waste and can perform large volumes of work.
Industrial vacuum cleaners have an impact-resistant body, a long hose, a large dust collector and a multi-stage filtration system that does not let even fine dust through. The power of such a vacuum cleaner is greater, thanks to which it can work much longer without interruption.
The size and weight of the vacuum cleaners are also different – the professional one is bigger and heavier than the household one.
Let’s look at the types of vacuum cleaners
Professional vacuum cleaners can be industrial and household. As household appliances should not be confused with those that help remove dust from the house.
To choose between the two types, you need to decide how often and how intensively you will use such a device.
The construction vacuum cleaner is more powerful than the household one. It has a much larger volume of the dust collector and higher suction power characteristics. It can work longer without stopping, and accordingly its price is higher. Such a device is required for large industries, where it will work long and regularly.
If you need a vacuum cleaner to put things in order after the repairs in your home or to clean a small workshop, a household one will be enough.