Ives W. Mcgaffey Whirlwind Catastrophe
The History Of Vacuum Cleaners Than and Now (in 1868)
Before this awesome invention was invented, we had to take our carpets outside and beat the dirt out of them. Some of us even cleaned our carpets only once a year in the spring. (The dust mites must've loved that!)
How The Whirlwind Works Ben
How This Beauty Works
A fan sucks in air, reducing the air pressure inside the cleaning tube, atmospheric pressure then pushes the air up the tube and into the tube and into the bag ( it's sipping a beverage through a straw). The air carriers the dirt with it, and while the air freely moves through the dust bag's small pores to the vacuum's exhaust, the dirt gets trapped inside the bag.