The Vacu-Maid Revolutionary Split System
Why Is The Vacu-Maid Split System The Most Efficient Central Cleaning System Available?
The efficiency of any vacuum cleaner or system is governed by the method of filtration employed by the unit. Put simply, the air that carries dirt from your floor has to be filtered to separate the dirt picked up before that air is exhausted out of the power unit.
The most common methods of filtration are:
- The inverted cloth filter/bag system.
- The disposable paper filter/bag system.
- The poly filter/bag system.
- The foam filter system
- The unrestricted cyclonic method utilised in the Vacu-Maid Split System.
With any system that pushes air through a physical barrier to achieve separation, that airflow is restricted by up to 2% (even with a clean bag or filter). As the barrier clogs with dust and carpet fluff, this restriction is increased as illustrated on the graph below, where a mere 624 grams of dirt can reduce the cleaning power by up to 65% for an inverted filter/bag system.