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Vacuum Cleaners…Bagged or Bag less?

Vacuum Filtration Systems that Really Work

It was not that long ago when after completing your vacuuming it was time to start dusting around the home. This was because filtration systems in vacuums were so bad in the old days that they would leak out dust as the vacuuming was occurring. Naturally, the floating dust would eventually settle down on the furniture and you would have to dust in order to clean up the mess. This dust problem is common comment and got us thinking about what filtration systems available today address the issue the best.

Today, thanks to superior filtration systems the amount of dust that is released into the atmosphere is minimized. This means that dusting is a thing of the past, assuming that you have a superior filtration system for your vacuum cleaner.

What is a Filtration System?

Before the dust, dirt and debris goes into the bag or container, it must be processed first through a filtration system to trap all the elements. The better the filtration system, the more dust and dirt is removed from the atmosphere when you are vacuuming.

Generally speaking, you’ll find the best filtration systems on the more expensive versions of vacuum cleaners. There are standards that all vacuum cleaners have to follow and the better ones have the filtration systems that actually exceed the standards which make them perfect for people with allergies and anyone who wants to keep their homes a little cleaner.

Unfortunately, many of the cheaper vacuum cleaners do not have very good filtration systems, so the key is to find one that has the best system around. You’ll need to do a little research and understand which type of filtration system works best for your needs.

Charcoal and Water

There are a number of different filtration systems, but two that really stand out are charcoal and water. Each has their own benefits, so choosing either one has its advantages.

Charcoal: We often think of charcoal being used in water filtration system to clean away germs, bacteria, minerals and other debris. However, they also make for great vacuum filtration systems as well. This is because charcoal has small, porous structure that allows for only the smallest of particles to escape. In addition, charcoal is excellent at trapping odors. For many, charcoal is the perfect type of filtration system for vacuums.

Water: This type of filtration system is more complex since it needs water to be added and removed from time to time. However, there is nothing better at trapping dust and keeping it inside the vacuum. A water filtration system means that you are far less likely to dust than with any other system. However, they can still be a little messy in a different way because the dirty water must be disposed of properly. This is a minor issue though for many consumers, especially when it comes to those with allergies.

In the end, you’ll want to select the type of filtration system that works best for your needs. In the end, it will require a little research, but the end result will be the best filtration system possible that meets your needs.

About The Author:

Nicholas Bowman is a certified SEO professional and webmaster at a Denver electronics store. He has written many articles on technology, SEO, and real estate. Currently he mostly writes about home audio in Denver Colorado.