How do vacuum cleaners use magnets?

Answer It is normal for dishwashes to discharge below the sink into the "S bend" (otherwise called the trap) this trap is there to stop the smell from the drain coming into the house. Often there is a spi... Read More »

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How Magnets Work in Vacuum Cleaners?

Strictly speaking, all vacuum cleaners use magnets. Magnets are crucial to the electric motors that create the cleaner's suction. Some vacuum cleaners, however, are adapted with a magnetic device t... Read More »

What is the weighted means price of a retailer selling 50 vacuum cleaners at 90 and 35 vacuum cleaners at 140?

Answer "Eutectic" refers to a mixture or alloy that has the lowest possible melting / freezing point. In a true eutectic solution, all its consituents move from solid state to liquid and vice versa... Read More »

Are Dyson vacuum cleaners any better than regular vacuum cleaners?

The hype would say so. No bag, high vortex currents and no clog filters ensure there is always vacuum. Personal experience of the DC01, there are times when the dyson is more efficient and times wh... Read More »

Or wap wet and dry shop vacuum cleaners good vacuum cleaners?

AnswerAverage temperatures should run you no HIGHER than 37 degrees fahrenheit. If your temps are warmer than that then you need to call for service.