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  • vacuum cleaner bags at vacuumcleaners.co.uk
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    Original URL path: http://www.vacuumcleaners.co.uk/ProductCats.asp?Keywords=vacuum%20cleaner%20bags (2016-02-13)
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  • vacuum cleaners at vacuumcleaners.co.uk. The UK vacuum cleaners guide.
    don t loose suction Dyson s patented Root Cyclone technology doesn t rely on a bag to trap all the dust and dirt Instead it spins the air so fast that centrifugal forces up to 150 000 times the force of gravity fling dust and dirt out of the air and straight into the clear bin Root Cyclone core separator In their latest machines Dyson engineers have combined Root Cyclone technology with a core separator an extra cyclonic stage between the outer and inner cyclones to separate particles as small as 0 5 microns from the airflow You could fit 200 of these particles on a full stop Outer cyclone First dust is drawn into a powerful cyclone Centrifugal forces of 500 G fling larger dirt debris fibres and pet hairs into the clear bin Shroud The air passes through here while fibres and pet hairs that have escaped the outer cyclone are sieved out and directed back into the bin Inner cyclones Finally a cluster of smaller faster cyclones generate centrifugal forces of up to 150 000 G extracting particles as small as mould and bacteria By the time the air leaves a Dyson vacuum it contains up to 150 times less mould spores and bacteria than the air you breathe Ball technology Upright vacuum cleaners have always used fixed wheels But wheeled vacuums are awkward to steer and can make you work a lot harder than you need to All that back and forth around corners and obstacles Ball technology is a new way to steer Dyson Ball vacuums ride on a ball which pivots around itself so you can instantly change direction with just a turn of the wrist Dyson digital motors Michael Faraday discovered electromagnetic induction the principle behind the electric motor in 1831 Yet despite being technologically advanced at the time electric motors have changed very little since Bulky old fashioned components and lots of moving parts prone to failure Dyson engineers have spent a decade developing new types of highly efficient digital motors The Dyson digital motor is smaller lighter cleaner and more power efficient than conventional electric motors The problem with conventional motors Conventional A C motors use big fragile fans copper windings and brushes that wear out easily making them inefficient and unreliable And as the carbon brushes wear down they emit carbon particles which is bad for the environment Dyson digital motors Dyson digital motors use digital pulse technology spinning at up to 104 000 times a minute five times faster than a racing car engine They are incredibly efficient too due in part to high tolerances For example the impeller spins at over 600mph with only 0 3mm clearance between the blade tip and the impeller housing And no carbon brushes means no carbon emissions How the Dyson digital motor works Circuit board and capacitors Microprocessors control motor timing and speed adjusting up to 3 000 times a second The capacitors supply power to the circuit board and take the

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