Why does anyone buy a vacuum cleaner?
To clean the floors of course, right? Well yes, but then what about the furniture, the window ledges and the floor again after we put the vac away? How about the everyday air in our homes?
The answers to those questions are important if the customer wants a really efficient stay-clean job and critical if there are asthma or allergy issues in the house. The solutions are around ‘filtration’ in general, but an air-tight filtration in particular.
The essence of a fully effective vacuum cleaner is that it has sufficient suction power to lift dust and dirt off a surface, and from just beneath it in the case of carpet, and then a filtration process which traps it inside the machine rather than exhausting microscopic particles which later settle back down on every surface.
HEPA is an industrial standard and stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air. HEPA filters stop even the worst dust particles such as asbestos and pollen. For the best cleaning results, look for a vacuum cleaner fitted with a HEPA filter and an airtight machine construction. They are more effective than the human lung.Whatever the needs, always ask yourself the following questions:
- How large is your home?
- What is to be vacuumed? Carpets, hard floors etc.
- How many people live in your home? Do you have children?
- Do you have stairs?
- Do you have pets?
- Do you have asthma or allergies or do you worry about allergens causing health problems?
The Nilfisk Elite comes as 4 different models
- Eco with 1200W
- Classic with 1500W
- Comfort with 2000W
- Superior with 2000W
Nilfisk Elite has exceptional combination of suction power and nozzle efficiency developed for optimal performance on carpets and hard floors.
A high wattage (input power) doesn`t always mean better suction because the amount of this power that´s turned into air watts (suction or output power) depends on the vacuum`s design and efficiency.
The new ergonomic handle on the Nilfisk Elite gives you the possibility to control the vacuum cleaner from the tip of your finger – on/off and adjustment in suction level.