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Discussion in 'Home Power and Microgeneration' started by Bjay, Apr 26, 2004.

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  1. Bjay

    Bjay Guest

    Flawed Vacuum Cleaners.

    The Vacuum Cleaners we use have many major flaws.

    1/. They release contaminated air back into the home environment.

    2/. They blow dust from furniture allowing it to become air born.

    3/. They needlessly waste large amounts energy.

    The 22 million cleaners used in the UK waste almost all the power taken
    from UK Wind Farms.

    4/. They are noisy and smelly.

    An alternative to the Vacuum Cleaner exists and has undergone over ten years
    of testing.

    But because of the reluctance of cleaner manufacturers to change their
    designs, I now call for others to help me to impress their Governments on
    the importance of this project and to spread the information.
    More information about the "Air Recycling Cleaner" can and be found at,
    New Web Page.

    http://www.edginton.info/arc

    Ben Edginton

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    An Extract from information on the Home page

    "High-efficiency particulate arrest-filter vacuum cleaners increase personal
    cat allergen exposure in homes with cats."
    North West Lung Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, UK
     
  2. Steve Spence

    Steve Spence Guest

  3. Vaughn

    Vaughn Guest

    Killfile
     

  4. EERguys evil twin
     
  5. m Ransley

    m Ransley Guest

    solution, central house Vac that exausts outside
     
  6. News

    News Guest

    That sounds like a jet engines that all the road can hear and uses far more
    power.
     
  7. News

    News Guest

    Running a vac 27/7? That is a heat recovery and vent system you are mixing
    it up with. Although combing a vac and 24/7 vent units sounds a good idea
    if it could remove all the dust, which I doubt.
     
  8. News

    News Guest

    How does the cyclone clearer do in comparisons to normal vacuum cleaners?
    The Dyson one, which I believe is now being sold over most of the western
    world. I have one I it beats the normal vacuum cleaners by a mile.
     
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