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3 Crucial Tests Your Vacuum Cleaner Should Pass To Be Worth Purchasing

By Edited Oct 27, 2015 0 0

The most crucial part of carpet repairs and maintenance is taking away and removing piled up dry soil and dirt. The elimination of dry soil would enhance the air quality inside your home, increase carpet lifetime, and help keep the carpet in a good condition. Cleaning your carpet regularly is very important, also you should make sure that you've the proper tools at your workplace.

The Green Label

For vacuums, the CRI (Carpet and Rug Institute) has created a Green Label examining program. The CRI designed this performance project with the goal of protecting and improving indoors quality, keeping all surface types as clean as possible, and all without returning dust back to the air.

The Green Label program will help identify vacuums that meet 3 various kinds of standards:

1. Getting rid of soil.
2. Keeping dust out of the air by drawing it into the filtering bag and the unit itself.
3. It won't cause any damage to the carpet and it will help keep its look good.

The trials for deciding the certification of a vacuum were created by carpet and vacuum cleaners professionals and evaluated by specialists with experience in renovation and maintainance.

1) Soil elimination

The soil removal process would involve removing a certain amount of soil from the test carpet in 4 passes.

2) Dust containment

This protocol would determine just how much dust debris are released into the air by the movement of the brush rolls, via the filtering bag, and any leakages that come from the vacuum system. The vacuum won't be able to release more than one hundred micrograms of dust debris per cubic meter of air.

3) Carpet retention

If a vacuum meets the 3 earlier mentioned standards, the company might then display the official CRI Green Label on its vacuum cleaner brand. The CRI evaluates canister and upright vacuum cleaners, wide area vacuum cleaners, and etc.

Matching machines

Searching for that important Green Label will be the 1st step to provide longer carpet lifetime and cleaner air for your house or workplace. The 2nd step is choosing the right vacuum for a particular region. You could consider vacuums like screwdrivers, as you won't use a Phillips head screwdriver to take out a flathead screw. In the larger, more open regions, large vacuums or sweepers could produce outstanding results, and also boost efficiency.

The 2 motor units upright vacuum is a great choice in places like manager offices, meeting rooms, and break areas. A 2 motor units upright vacuum could provide grooming of the fibers in the carpet and elimination of the dry soil.

Finally, you should know that if the vacuum cleaner is not properly designed, it might lead to injury of the user. At least, the cleaning operator should stay away from vacuums that may result in injury.



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