Day: September 20, 2015

Is the Technology for Wet/Dry Vacuums the same? 

The emergence of vacuum cleaning has given us the finest touches of technology with back to back additions to their acumen. If sucking up dirt and debris was one problem that was eradicated, suction of wet messes followed up as another problem. Scrambling for solutions, the technology arrived with an answer in the face of the face of the problem. Now, even sucking up wet messes is possible with considerate enhancements in the design and functioning of regular vacuum cleaners.

To answer the title question, we will elaborate our answer in the upcoming discussion. We will look at the differences between the two technologies while immediately comparing it with the other. So, let us see what we have. 

The requirements within: 

Electricity and water are two stern enemies of each other. What a regular vacuum cleaner has is direct interaction with the suction motor. Sucking up wet messes with this machine can prove destructive to your vacuum cleaner. The dry and wet vacuum cleaner is, on the other hand, equipped with proper insulation inside the chamber. Insulation prevents potential threats to the motor due to wet messes. Contrary to what it may seem, the wet and dry vacuum cleaners do not need much maintenance. However, you may need to change the filter at regular intervals in case you plan on using it extensively. For your information, your dry and wet vacuum cleaner can actually perform a bunch of tasks outside home too. 

The changes in the design: 

A conventional vacuum cleaner uses bags for the accumulation of garbage. On the other hand, a dry and wet vacuum cleaner uses a mechanism that involves two different buckets – one storing dry wastes and the other storing liquids. The nozzle sucks the dirt and mire, into the buckets, over which the air flow is decreased allowing the liquids to fall away from the solid waste bucket. The air flow is separated from the dust and then flows tout through exhaust port, after passing through a fan. This also ensures that the air flowing inside is cleaner than a regular vacuum cleaner. 

The utilities of dry and wet vacuum cleaners: 

These vacuum cleaners also come with a blower. This is especially useful when you need to gather the garbage in piles before picking it up with any other method. 

The features on offer: 

There are several attachments that come with your wet and dry vacuum cleaners. From hoses covering every corner of the house to a buffer attachment tool, this cleaner has it all covered; the tool being particularly helpful in cleaning hardwood floors. The dry and wet vacuum cleaning technology allows you to leverage attachments such as the spinner scrub and certain brushes which allow cleaning of floor tiles. 

To conclude, the dry and wet vacuum cleaner technology is pretty much different from an ordinary vacuum cleaner technology. These changes, in their turn, increase the utility of the cleaner in many ways. We recommend that you buy one of these cleaners for yourself. Happy vacuuming!