Electrolux UR6900-03 motor


Motor

The heart of any vacuum cleaner. The motor is attached to a fan that forces air through the exhaust port. Motor strength is a determining factor of a vacuum cleaner's suction power and performance. Pictured here is the Electrolux UR6900-03, compatible with a range of Electrolux upright vacuum cleaners manufactured from 1985 through the present.




SEBO X4 power cord

Cord

The majority of full-sized vacuum cleaners utilize power cords to channel electricity to the suction unit. Power cords are available in a range of different lengths, all of which provide different cleaning radii. Whereas some vacuum cleaners have automatic cord retract capabilities, others require their power cords to be manually wrapped around their units after use. The power cord pictured here is the compatible with the SEBO Automatic X4 vacuum cleaner.





Miele SET220 telescopic wand
Wand

Many vacuum cleaners feature cleaning wands that can accommodate different attachments and extend for greater cleaning range. Some wands can be extended to clean along ceilings and other surfaces where vacuum cleaners traditionally cannot reach. In some cases, cleaning wands are electrified and can be connected directly to a power nozzle. Pictured here is the Miele SET220 telescopic electric wand, which is compatible with a range of Miele canister vacuum cleaners that have electric power nozzles. 



SEBO extension hose for Essential G1


Hose

A feature on canister and some upright vacuum cleaners, hoses extend to provide wider cleaning range. Some hoses can accommodate attachments for more versatile cleaning. The hose pictured here is compatible with the SEBO Essential G1 commercial upright vacuum cleaner




Electrolux EL7060A power nozzle
Power Head

Also known as the power nozzle, the power head is found at the base of most vacuum cleaners. These frequently offer brushroll height adjustment capabilities for cleaning different floor types. Different types can clean any surface, from bare floors to deep-pile carpeting. Some power heads also house clog ports, which allows for easy removal of blockages that might damage your unit, or feature headlights that add extra visibility when cleaning. Pictured here is the Electrolux UltraSilencer EL7060A Power Head Complete




Electrolux EL7085ADX replacement brushroll
Brush Roller

Frequently found in vacuum cleaners with electric power nozzles, brush rollers (also known as roller brushes or brushrolls) agitate fibers to provide deep cleaning on area rugs and carpeting. These can typically be adjusted (either automatically or by manual control) to properly clean different carpet heights or turned off to prevent damage to bare flooring. The brush roller pictured here is compatible with the Electrolux UltraOne Deluxe EL7085ADX canister vacuum cleaner.



Miele standard vacuum attachments

Attachments

Standard vacuum cleaner attachments include the crevice tool, the dusting brush, and the upholstery tool. Many vacuum cleaners offer onboard storage for these attachments so they will always be close at hand while you are cleaning. Attachments frequently fit on a vacuum's cleaning wand for added versatility. Crevice tools provide focused suction in narrow areas, such as behind furniture and along baseboards. Dusting brushes agitate dust from crevices in hard wood surfaces for a more thorough clean. Upholstery tools aid in the cleaning of couches, drapes, and other textiles. Pictured here is an accessory kit that comes standard with most Miele canister vacuum cleaners.




Miele SEB236 power head with headlight

Headlight

A headlight (typically located on the vacuum's power nozzle) helps to illuminate your vacuum's cleaning path, so you can see any dirt or debris that needs to be cleaned. These also provided added visibility when cleaning under beds and other furnishings where light may be low. The Miele SEB236 power nozzle comes equipped with a headlight that helps illuminate your cleaning duties.





Electrolux EL7085ADX digital display



Control Module

These digital displays are frequently used on central vacuum suction units and select residential vacuum cleaners. These alert the user to filter troubles, bag status, and other potential issues. Pictured here is the electronic canister display on the Electrolux UltraOne Deluxe EL7085ADX canister vacuum cleaner




Bissell DeepCleaner belt



Belt

This crucial part keeps a vacuum cleaner's brushroll in motion. The belt pictured here is compatible with several Bissell DeepCleaner steam cleaner models.






Dyson DC41 cyclone assembly


Cyclone

On bagless vacuum cleaners, a cyclone (sometimes referred to as cyclonic technology) funnels dirt and debris into its dustcup, where it is stored until it can be disposed of. Pictured here is the Dyson DC41 cyclone assembly.





Miele SF-HA50 AirClean HEPA filterFilters
Vacuum cleaners are typically equipped with two filters. One is a post-motor filter that prevents debris from entering the vacuum's inner mechanisms. The other filters particles from exhausted air to ensure that only clean air is released from the vacuum. Vacuum cleaners that are equipped with HEPA filtration systems are capable of capturing up to 99.97% of particles as small as 0.3 microns inside the vacuum cleaner, so allergens that are drawn in will not be re-released into your home. The filter pictured here is the Miele SF-HA50 HEPA AirClean filter, which is compatible with a range of Miele canister vacuum cleaners.


Miele Brilliant handle switches

Switch

On/off power switches can be located on different parts of vacuum cleaners. Some canister vacuum cleaners have on/off pedals on the canister that can be tapped with the foot. Other vacuum cleaners have on/off switches on their handles, which makes taking breaks from cleaning especially easy. The handle switch configuration pictured here is available on the Miele Complete C3 Brilliant canister vacuum cleaner




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