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What "Sensor" Means In Terms Of Vacuums

by Matias Keranen

New Windsor Sensor vacuums are updated models of their prior selves. Considering all the sensor and smart technology available, you might be wondering what the word "sensor" means in this series of vacuums. It actually has several meanings, and they apply to other vacuum brands with similar technology. Those meanings apply as follows. 

Sensor Is a Brand

Sensor means a brand of technology. The technology refers to the hospital grade filtration that picks up particles as small as .3 microns up to 99.6%. That is a lot of dust that it can suck up and remove, along with dirt particles and sand or tiny bits of rock. Additional models, beyond the basic model, have slightly higher performance results and levels. 

Sensor Is a Designation

More than one brand of vacuum utilizes similar technology, if not the same technology. Sensor is a designation term that encompasses the brand technology that makes these vacuums and their filtration systems what they are. Each one and each brand performs a little differently according to the design and features of each company's vacuums. 

Sensor Is a Function

As you might have guessed, sensor is also a function of the vacuum line. There are tiny sensors inside the vacuums that not only detect and pull particulates from floors and other vacuumable surfaces, but there is another set of sensors that moderate the vacuums' functions. These sensors prevent the vacuums from becoming too full, register when there is a clog or a problem with the wheels, and some even let you know when their is a mechanical issue with the motor or other working parts. It just depends on the model and the number of bells and whistles that came with the model you purchased. 

Choosing a Vacuum

If you want a vacuum that does all of the above, you can purchase any vacuum in the line with the sensor technology, sensor designation, and sensor functions. The more technology, functions, and technology you want in your vacuum, the more you will pay. However, considering what you get in terms of a machine efficiency and high-grade cleaning, you may want to pay a little extra to get a high-quality vacuum. View all of the vacuums for sale with the appropriate technology name in the title of the vacuum to see which one you would prefer, and then you can talk to a sales rep, such as those at New Windsor Sensor Vacuums, if you still have questions.

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