Entries in vacuum cleaners (2)


Is AiRAM better than a Dyson?

The new cordless AiRAM vacuum cleaner by Gtech claims that it will out-perform the UK’s leading carpet cleaners whilst using a reported 95% less electricity. Where some traditional vacuums use electric motors that range between 1400W to 2400W, the AiRAM uses a low-power 100W electric motor. The most common misconception is that the bigger and more powerful the motor the better the cleaning performance. However, the AiRAM claims to rival the cleaning power of the popular Dyson machines, which on average contains a 650Watt motor.

What makes the AiRAM unique?

It’s unique because its patented technology uses a small amount of electricity while enabling fast and easy empting and delivering an unrivalled cleaning performance.

At Click Cleaning we also believe that you don’t need a large electric motor to receive the best cleaning performance. The average vacuum uses 1700W, whereas the Numatic carpet cleaners we stock use 1200W, yet possesses all the power and cleaning capabilities you would require.

The Numatic machines are a great carpet cleaning device if you want to bear in mind how much electricity you consume in the home. Although these machines don’t use the same amount of electricity as an AiRAM vacuum, you can rest assured knowing that you’ll always be provided with a fantastic cleaning performance and unparalleled quality. In the collection of carpet cleaners we at Click Cleaning stock a variety of rotary machines, extraction cleaners, scrubber driers and wet and dry vacuums.

Better for the environment

Not only can you be conscious about your electricity consumption at Click Cleaning we also know that many home owners want to be mindful of the impact some cleaning supplies have on the environment. Our range of environmentally friendly products can assist you in the cleaning methods you employ in your home.



Reducing the power of vacuums

Europe’s energy saving and environmental protection policy reduces the power of vacuumsOver recent years we have seen an increase in many energy saving initiatives from the government. Since the passing of these proposals it has encouraged many organisations and households to do what they can to help the environment and reduce energy.

Now the European commission and European bureaucrats have created the Europe’s energy saving and environmental protection policy to reduce the maximum power of vacuum cleaners in a bid to save energy.

Although the cleanliness of some households may suffer, cost savings is one reward we would love to reap. The current economic state going greener may result in the reduction of energy costs. However, it is health issues that are reining the counter argument. According to the Telegraph, ‘manufacturers say it could also reduce cleaners' ability to remove fine particles from the air they pump back into the atmosphere, potentially leading to nasty side-effects for allergy and asthma sufferers.’

With many issues being raised, the European commission may have to redraft their proposal. ´╗┐