I believe CRI standards indicate you need to use a bag vacuum cleaner, preferably HEPA to catch all the small micron size particles that escape from the bagless ones.
Allows you to market yourself as better for people with allergies =) Customers do care about things like that.
They also rated a Rug Dr as platinum status above most truckmounts. Just saying.
Kirby Royal sanitaire Just make it easy on yourself it worksVery true, though the study done was before they started playing such shenanigans....and they don't have any controlling interest in vacuum companies =) It also makes logical sense, we've all seen the dust come flying out of bagless vacuums. No such problem with the bag ones.
This one is up for grab. 99.97 %. Doble filtration, Hepa filter. It's a Nilfisk with a fancy name and 4 gal bag. Has a outlet for Power beater bar. Motor -1.4 hp .vBrand new, no accessories, though. Cool concept, quiet 53 db.I always loved bag-less because you can see what is being extracted, but am getting frustrated with how fast their performance drops as their filters quickly get clogged, no matter how "cleanable" they claim the filters are, they just don't seem to last as long as I need them to.
I'm getting tired of dusty canisters and clogged filters.
Maybe it's the amount of sh!tholes I do.
I'm to the point where I just buy a new one every couple of months.
I remember using big bagged units as a kid, and how much crap those bags held while maintain their suck.
I'm about to try a good bagged unit since the primary filter mechanism is integrated into the bags themselves and the process of changing the bag is ALSO changing to a new primary filter.
How do you stop your vacs from sucking in all the particles while dry bruh?Bigpapa, I vacuum with my portable on every residential job. I'm removing so much more dry soil than the best corded vacuum, the carpet changes colors on bad ones. With the portable outside, zero hepa needed and both vacs on at 100' I use waaay less water once I do start to clean. Just a simpler approach to the same end though.
View attachment 79339