Dyson Canister Vacuum Cleaners
Bagless or canister vacuums use cyclonic separation; after the motor sucks up dust and debris, a whirlwind or cyclone effect separates the waste into a washable canister. You never need a bag. James Dyson, the founder of the home appliances brand Dyson, was the first to create the bagless canister vacuum cleaner technology, a step in making them a standard in cleaning supplies.
Models of Dyson Canister Vacuum Cleaners
Dyson bagless vacuum cleaners have released with various model configurations of floor, upright or stick, but you might also consider a handheld cleaner or robotic vacuum. All Dyson canister models begin with the letters DC then the model number. Later models in the "ball" design swivel and are easy to manoeuvre, even self-righting if they topple. Features of Dyson canister models include telescopic poles, turbo brushes and even models for those with allergies and animals.
Care and Maintenance of Dyson Canister Vacuum Cleaners
Canisters on Dyson vacuum cleaners are usually transparent plastic, so you can see when the cleaner needs emptying. Being bagless, most Dyson models contain filters that need washing to remove dust build-up. Replacement Dyson vacuum parts and accessories are available, including additional tools and brushes.