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_______ vacuums are not “true” vacuums, since no sealed containment bin is present. These units pick up the soil and force it into a containment bin. In most cases, the containment bin is a paper bag housed inside of a cloth shake-out bag. In some instances, the collection bin is a dust cup collector that does not require a bag. This system is commonly referred to as a “dirty air system.” The dirt and debris passing directly through the impeller will damage it over a period of time. Impeller vacuums generally employ the use of a beater bar/brush combination. Over time, the beater bar can damage carpet by breaking off fibers. The filtration level on this style of vacuum is usually low because of the soil being forced through the collection bag. Windsor does not manufacture or promote this style of vacuum.
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