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Windsor Versamatic Vacuum Cleaner

The vacuum cleaner was first conceived of in the early part of the 1900s by the Hoover Vacuum Cleaner Company. Since then the vacuum cleaner has evolved into the ultimate carpet cleaning machine. The three main types of vacuum cleaners are upright vacuums, backpack vacuums and wet dry vacuum cleaners. Upright vacuums the most common type of vacuum sold in the United States. This vacuum works on the principle of a beater brush that rotates and agitates the carpet fiber, and a vacuum system that sucks debris from the beater bar chamber. The backpack vacuum cleaner is the newest type of commercial vacuum. It works on just suction alone utilizing a large vacuum motor that creates massive air movement which sucks debris through a tube which is attached to a floor tool. A wet dry vacuum uses a large motor and a canister to suck up debris that is both wet and dry. It does this by using a canister with a large motor mounted on top. If the water level reaches a certain point within the canister a float ball mechanism shuts off the motor so that moisture is not sucked into the motor damaging the electrical system. The most prevalent of all the vacuums sold in the United States is the upright. This vacuum is used by both commercial and residential users and ranges in price from $50 into the thousands. There are two main types of upright vacuum cleaners, the single motor upright and the dual motor upright. Most residential motors fall under the category of single motor upright which uses one motor to drive both the brush and vacuum system. A dual motor upright utilizes a separate motor for the vacuum and brush system making it a stronger and more powerful unit. The number one selling dual motor upright vacuum cleaner is the Windsor Versamatic. This vacuum is known for its dependability and deep cleaning power.

The Windsor vacuum is constructed from a ABS plastics which is rugged and stand up to years of heavy punishment. The Windsor Versamatic vacuum cleaner is made up of three major components. These include the lower base assembly, the upper debris assembly and the handle assembly. The lower base assembly houses the brush motor, beater bar and circuitry which controls the entire vacuum cleaner. The unit comes in two sizes featuring either a 14 or 18 inch or beater bar. When choosing this model it is important to pick the correct size for the environment you are going to clean. For larger areas the 18 inch vacuum is recommended to improve efficiency and cut down on expensive labor costs. The 14 inch model is suitable for maneuvering around offices and obstacles. On the lower base assembly a 150 Watt brush motor drives the beater system via a rubber belt. This makes the agitation assembly extremely powerful and cuts down on the wear of the electrical motor. Above the beater bar is a suction tube which attaches the upper handle assembly to the lower base. Debris is sucked through this tube into the upper debris collector which houses a filter bag that filters smaller dust particles out of the air. The dust bag collection system utilizes a paper bag that can filter particles of .6 microns or larger.  The debris bag is a large capacity bag and can hold up to 5.3 L of debris before disposing of the bag. The handle attaches to the upper base assembly securely with two large bolts making this an extremely durable vacuum. The handle assembly also acts as a tool holder which houses a large crevice tool that can be used in conjunction with a hose for cleaning baseboards and hard to reach areas. The on off switch is located on the front panel of the upper housing assembly. The switch can be easily turned on or off without bending over causing less fatigue for the user.  The Versamatics vacuum motors have ample power for any tough job.

Overall the Windsor Versamatic is the ideal vacuum cleaner for any commercial cleaning company. This vacuum cleaner has a track record of lasting up to 10 years and can easily be rebuilt by a certified Windsor vacuum cleaner technician. Windsor parts can be found and are readily available at any Windsor dealer or any Windsor online store. Windsor Parts are relatively inexpensive for this unit and are easy to find. For just over $600 this unit is right in line with other comparable floor equipment manufacturers such as National Super Service, Tornado, Nobles, Proteam, and Hoover.

   

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