HEPA Vacuum Cleaners

A high efficiency particulate air,HEPA Vacuum Cleaners Articles or HEPA, filter is a type of air filter that satisfies certain standards of efficiency such as those set by the United States Department of Energy (DOE).Many vacuum¬†Tineco pure one s15 pro cordless stick vacuum cleaner cleaners also use HEPA filters as part of their filtration systems. This is beneficial for asthma and allergy sufferers, because the HEPA filter traps the fine particles (such as pollen and dust mite feces) which trigger allergy and asthma symptoms. For a HEPA filter in a vacuum cleaner to be effective, the vacuum cleaner must be designed so that all the air drawn into the machine is expelled through the filter, with none of the air leaking past it. This is often referred to as “Sealed HEPA” or sometimes the more vague “True HEPA.” Vacuum cleaners simply labeled HEPA have a HEPA filter, but not all air necessarily passes through it. Finally, vacuum cleaner filters marketed as “HEPA-like” will typically use a filter of a similar construction to HEPA, but Tineco UK without the filtering efficiency. Because of the extra density of a HEPA filter, HEPA vacuum cleaners require more powerful motors to provide adequate cleaning power.Newer models claim to be better than the first models because of being “washable”. Generally washable filters are expensive. Some manufacturers claim filter standards such as “HEPA 4”, without explaining the meaning behind them. It refers to their Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) rating. These ratings are used to rate the ability of an air cleaner filter to remove dust from the air as it passes through the filter. MERV is a standard used to measure the overall efficiency of a filter. The MERV scale ranges from 1 to 20, and measures a filter’s ability to remove particles from 10 to 0.3 micrometre in size. Filters with higher ratings not only remove more particles from the air, they also remove smaller particles.