How to store the vacuum cleaner when not in use

Vacuum cleaner is one of the indispensable equipment in factories, factories, hospitals, airports, supermarkets. However, for some reason, users may not be able to use the device anymore. The problem is how to preserve the vacuum cleaner for a long time unused?

Even if you have not used it for a while, you should have the basic knowledge to preserve your industrial vacuum cleaner so that when you use it again, it will still work well. Here are some notes to help store the vacuum cleaner even when not in use.

Maintain the cord for the vacuum cleaner Wires are one of the most important parts of vacuum cleaner accessories, so users need to take care of them. If the cord is damaged, it could cause a dangerous electric shock. The power cord is easily damaged after a period of not using it, such as being bitten by a mouse, being cut off by other objects. Therefore, if not in use, you should tidy up the power cord of the vacuum cleaner neatly and take safeguards. Before using again, you should carefully check the joints (if any) and the entire wire to ensure safety.

Clean the vacuum cleaner accessories

If you want to temporarily store the industrial vacuum cleaner for a while, you should clean all parts of the machine such as filters, dust bags, suction heads, to avoid these contaminants from damaging the device. your. Especially with the type of vacuum cleaner, this work is even more important because the accessories will be very susceptible to rust, damage due to liquid contaminants.

Some filters are disposable and you should replace them if you don’t use the vacuum for too long. Others are reusable, so just wash it with warm water mixed with a regular detergent to remove dirt and grime.

Operating vacuum cleaners occasionally

Although you intend to not use the machine for a long time, but if possible, you should also occasionally operate the machine. This is one of the best ways to preserve furniture in general, with vacuum cleaners in particular. It allows users to know what the problem is with the machine to get the best handling, as soon as possible, while helping the parts not to rust.