Watch out (for the) vacuum cleaner!

 
 
DELPHIN wäscht die Luft mit Wasser und L-Lamella

 

DELPHIN wäscht die Luft mit Wasser und L-Lamella

Vacuum cleaners draw in air. This air is supposed to drag the dust from the floor with it. The more and the faster the air gets sucked in, the higher the performance. The dust is supposed to be captured in the filter. But what happens to the air? This is exactly where the problem lies: 
The air has to get passed the filters! The denser the filter is, the lower the performance.
The bigger the holes are the more dust and allergens are hurled into the air.

 

1. Smaller than the holes in the filter – this dust will go back into the air. My advice: Do not vacuum this dust.
2. Bigger than the holes in the filter – this dust will clog the filter. My advice: Do not vacuum this dust.

The question arises: Which dust am I allowed to vacuum?

 

By the way: The vacuumed dirt goes into a filter where it becomes an excellent breeding ground for bacteria, germs and foul-smelling gases. If you smell the typical vacuum cleaner smell, then you have already breathed in parts of this.

 

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