Anderson Trade on What to Consider When Purchasing a Commercial Vacuum Cleaner

Anderson Trade is a national supplier of vacuum, carpet and hard floor cleaners, spares and janitorial supplies to both commercial and domestic markets. Their experts have issued advice on what to consider when choosing a commercial vacuum cleaner.
 
 
Numatic's Henry Xtra has an extra long 10 metre cable
Numatic's Henry Xtra has an extra long 10 metre cable
 
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DERBY, England - Nov. 14, 2016 - PRLog -- Anderson Trade supplies a vast selection of top brand vacuum, carpet and hard floor cleaners and janitorial supplies to both the commercial and domestic sectors throughout the UK. Their experts appreciate that, faced with so much choice, it can be a considerable challenge for anyone looking to invest in a commercial vacuum cleaner. In response to this, they have issued a short guide on some of the key considerations to make.

Consideration 1: Cylinder / Tub or Upright Vacuum Cleaner?

This is a key consideration and really what it comes down to is user preference. Some prefer the wider cleaning heads of an upright vacuum and the fact they put less pressure on the back during use. However, unless the cleaner is designed to get under furniture which indeed some are, the standard upright can fall down in this respect. Of course there is also the option of a backpack style vacuum cleaner such as the Pacvac. These have been designed with the aim of boosting cleaning efficiency and enhancing user comfort, so in some respects offer the best of both worlds.

Upright cleaners are best for large carpeted areas and more sizeable areas to vacuum, whilst cylinder cleaners tend to lend themselves to hard floors and smaller properties, although this is not always the case. Uprights are heavier, so not usually the first choice for commercial usage where the cleaner has to be transported between different locations and floors. Cylinder cleaners also take up less storage space which again for commercial use is a plus point, and generally have more efficient filtration systems which is beneficial in environments where combatting allergies is essential.

Consideration 2: Capacity

If you don't want to be regularly changing a bag or emptying the dust collection chamber then you will need to opt for a commercial vacuum cleaner with a larger capacity. Some cleaners such as Numatic's Charles offer up to 15 litres, although between 6 and 9 litres is fairly common for a commercial cleaner. Domestic models tend to have much lower capacities, as do upright cleaners.

Consideration 3: Cord Length

If you need to reach areas located a fair distance from a power outlet then you will need to give consideration to the cord length. Many cylinder vacuums don't have very long cords, although Numatic's Henry Xtra is something of an exception to the rule with its 10 metre cable. Upright models tend to have longer cables, but don't have the rewind feature that the cylinders have. Of course you may wish to opt for a cordless model, but you will need to bear in mind these are generally only suitable for light cleaning.

Consideration 4: Filtration System

If you are buying a commercial vacuum cleaner for use in an environment where the prevention of allergens is essential, then you should consider opting for a HEPA filtration system which traps over 99% of even the smallest dust particles. There is also the option of a charcoal filter which deals with odours, making it ideal for pets.

Consideration 5: Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency determines the cleaner's performance as well as noise level, power consumption and re-emission of dust. Classifications run from A to G with A being the most efficient. A-rated models will pick up in the region of 91% of dust compared to 70-71% of dust for a G-rated model. Also consider the noise level: if this is an issue, be sure to opt for something with lower decibels (dB).

Consideration 6: Power

Contrary to popular belief, a higher wattage doesn't necessarily equate to higher power because there are other factors involved. Look at suction power, airflow and design together with the style of the brush for a more rounded view of how powerful the cleaner will be.

Tailored Assistance from Anderson Trade

Anderson Trade supplies a comprehensive range of all types of vacuum cleaners from a variety of leading brands. To view the full range on offer visit https://www.anderson-trade.co.uk/ or for personalised advice call 01332 347 557.

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