It is always wise to choose the right tool for the task at hand. For example, a carpenter would hardly be able to construct a house with a hand saw alone. In the same respect, vacuum cleaners come in all shapes and sizes.
The Available Power
The most obvious disparity between these two models is the power output. Domestic vacuums are normally used to tackle everyday tasks, so the horsepower supplied by the engine is much less when compared to their industrial counterparts.
In fact, some high-end industrial models are able to offer levels of speed and power that are up to ten times higher than domestic units. This is quite necessary when tackling larger environments (such as showrooms and warehouses).
Industrial models are known for their ability to address larger debris such as small pebbles, wood shavings and even liquids such as oil. This is directly related to the previously mentioned suction power.
They are also equipped with wider intake ports as well as more robust filters. Thus, clogs are much less likely to occur. In the same respect, the internal reservoir tanks of industrial cleaners are noticeably larger.
This enables the user to work for longer without having to empty the unit; saving time and increasing efficiency.
Size and Weight
Industrial cleaners are also much heavier than domestic models thanks to a more powerful motor and a larger overall chassis. Having said this, they are nonetheless quite easy to navigate.
Industrial cleaners can be equipped with advanced controls and castor wheels so that they can fit into decidedly tight areas.
So, it is clear to see that there are a number of differences between industrial and domestic vacuum cleaners. We should still point out that each is designed for a very specific task and to provide targeted solutions when the time is right.
Would you like to learn more about the choices at your disposal? The technicians at CL Floorcare will be more than happy to help.