Why was John Thurman's motor driven vacuum cleaner important?

Answer it is so important because with out a motor driven vacuum it would be harder to vacuum clean also how would you clean without a vacuum cuz using a broom is hard

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How much was the motor driven vacuum cleaner by john thurman?

Answer 1 Absolutely not. Answer 2 --Another Opinion I think it is possible, but it depends on how many Amps [or Watts] the refrigerator draws [uses], AND the sustained output [Amps or Watts] that t... Read More »

Who invented the first motor driven vacuum cleaner?

The first motorized vacuum cleaner was gasoline powered and was patented by John S. Thurman in 1899. The first electric vacuum was invented by Hubert Booth in 1901, although its motor was so large... Read More »

How did the motor driven vacuum cleaner change society?

it was something that was very important because it was a big leap for man kind and it changes our life

What is more powerful for a vacuum cleaner motor a 12 amp motor or a 110 watt motor?

A 110 watt motor is equal to a 1 amp motor... Versus a 12 amp motor, the 12 is more powerful. You've probably confused 110 watts with volts, as a 1 amp motor could not be used in a vacuum (it's too... Read More »