May 25, 2023
When it comes to vacuum cleaners, different filtration systems are used to capture and separate dirt and debris from the airflow. Two popular options are bag filters and cyclone filters. Understanding the difference between these filtration systems can help you make an informed choice for your cleaning needs. In this article, we will explore the dissimilarities between bag filters and cyclone filters and highlight the advantages of cyclone technology, exemplified by the Maircle S3 series cordless stick vacuum cleaner.
The bag filter is a traditional filtration system commonly found in vacuum cleaners. As the name suggests, it involves a bag made of porous material that captures dirt and dust particles while allowing air to pass through. The bag acts as a primary filter, trapping the debris inside as the air passes through it.
Easy Disposal: Bag filters offer convenient disposal of dirt and debris. When the bag is full, it can be removed from the vacuum cleaner and disposed of without much mess or hassle.
Dust Containment: Bag filters effectively contain the captured dirt and dust within the bag, preventing it from escaping back into the air during disposal.