Have you ever wondered how a vacuum cleaner sucks away dust, dirt, debris, lint, debris? Even small toys when passing through a carpet? Most likely, few people will stand there wondering how a vacuum cleaner works. We just want the dust and debris to disappear, right? How a vacuum cleaner helps you clean your house is very specific, like most electrical appliances, has a certain science.
There are several parts of a vacuum cleaner to make it work. The internal fan is the most important part of any vacuum cleaner. They hide the fan inside the vacuum cleaner. Its working principle is to suck the air outside the vacuum chamber into a bag that contains all the dirt.
The bag itself is unique from other bags. They designed it as a filter that allows air to pass through its fibers. While trapping small particles such as dust, dirt, lint, and larger particles or debris. Such as bread crumbs and pet hair. The vacuum bag is made of tissue paper or cloth and can discard after being filled. The bagless vacuum cleaner has a plastic tray or cup that can collect debris instead of thick paper bags. Then take out the plastic container, empty it, and reuse it. Regardless of the type, changing the filter is the key so that your vacuum cleaner can always work.
The electric motor, air intake, exhaust port, and housing of a vacuum cleaner. Essential for the vacuum cleaner to complete its work. Think of your vacuum cleaner like this: What happens when you drink water with a straw? When you suck out the liquid with your mouth. The straw will cause the pressure between the bottom and the top of the straw to drop. The simple science says that when the pressure at the bottom is higher than the pressure at the top. It will push the drink into the mouth. The vacuum cleaner works when it sucks dirt away from the carpet.
It connected the electric motor to the internal fan. They designed the fan with inclined blades to push air into the exhaust port in a forward motion. As the air particles advance, the air pressure in front of the fan increases. The air pressure behind the fan also decreases. Now, just as the pressure at the bottom of the straw drops and creates suction. The pressure outside the vacuum also drops, creating suction inside the vacuum. They pushed the air into the air inlet of the vacuum cleanser. You will see the debris disappear from the carpet.
There is an upright vacuum cleanser that pushes air into the tank through a vacuum suction head. The vacuum cleanser is in contact with the floor or carpet. In contrast, hand-held vacuum cleaners use flexible hoses with air inlets built into the end or “nose” of the hose. There are tiny wire “fingers” at the end of the hose. When it peels off the carpet, dust will enter the vacuum bag.