Hoover WindTunnel Vacuum - The vacuum cleaner was invented between 1865 and 1876 in the United States. The first unit appears to have been developed by an inventor in Chicago. Many sources say that the first patent was issued in 1876 with Anna and Me
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Description: Hoover WindTunnel Vacuum - Cylindrical engine has screwed the top, protected by a filter paper and the cylinder (metal) is used to contain the dust. There are also aspiring models and the fluids are different from models in tow for the fact of having a flexible tube (where the dust is sucked in) in diameter and is more suitable for outdoor use.
It consists of a central body in which are the engine, filter and dust bag and from which a rigid tube which carries the brush. On the upper side is a tube with the handle.
Vacuum cleaner (or trolley) 
The motor, filter and bag are in a container equipped with wheels from which a hose at the end of which there is a section of rigid pipe, and then brush.
They are small lightweight battery-powered vacuum to hold with one hand. They are used for light and fast. The advantages are its lightness, the ability to use them away from an outlet (eg car) and low cost. The main limitations are the limited autonomy and power.
The carpet is a specialized type of vacuum cleaner to clean carpets and rugs.
Operation is via a rotating cylindrical brush bristles and which, in contact with the textile surface, rubs and consequently raises the dust from the plot, captured through an engine hood with a fan and stored in a removable bag.
Some models of carpet, typically those intended for professional use, are fitted with two engines, one used to run the roller and the other for aspiration.
There are also models on the market without a lot (bagless) that store the powder in a bowl emptied, while fine particles are retained by some filters.
A vacuum cleaner robot “Roomba”.
In early 2000 several companies developed the robot vacuum cleaner that move independently on the floor following a scheme and clean surfaces inhaling dust. They are usually able to avoid obstacles and return to the base for recharging when necessary. The Roomba by iRobot is be
New Roomba Vacuum Finds Its Way Home The newest generation of the Roomba robot vacuum cleaner has learned how to charge itself at a docking station, detect the best cleaning pattern for a given room, and seek out dirt particles the size of finely ground pepper. If only it could take out the
Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Gets Smart Upgrades The company doesn't dispute this, but points out that Roomba's parts were never configured quite this way, and when it was introduced almost two years ago, it was the world's first affordable robot vacuum (a home appliance that could be ...