Vacuum Cleaners

Vacuums are appliances which are designed to clean flooring and other materials such as hard floors, carpet and upholstery using suction. They sucks up and lift away dust, dirt and other small particles. They are often referred to as a Hoover, a name of a brand that had a popular line of vacuums in the 20th century.

What types of vacuum cleaners are there?
Upright vacuum cleaners usually have a bigger head covering a larger surface area, making them ideal for large carpeted floors. Their size offers a larger capacity so you don’t have to empty them as often. Upright vacuums are better for long term use as they do not require you to bend over, which could affect your back in the long term.

Cylinder vacuum cleaners are suitable for cleaning smaller and areas that are harder to reach. This is due to their handle providing a longer reach. However, sometimes they are not as powerful as uprights. Cylinder ones are great for at home, their small size means they are also easy to store away.

Wet/Dry vacuum cleaners have the ability to suck up both wet and dry debris. These are most popular in industrial environments where you may be required to clean duoclean both liquid spillages and dust/dirt. This types of vacuum is considered a multifloor cleaner.

Cordless vacuum cleaners can vary in size and power. Because they are cordless they are often battery powered and rechargeable. A cordless vacuum is great for portability as you do not have to keep moving the plug to different sockets as you move. These are often come in the application of a cordless handheld vacuum.

Handheld vacuums are often much smaller than others. They are usually battery powered and contain a small bag or dust box. They are ideal for use in small areas for quick clean-ups.

Are bagless vacuum cleaners better than bagged?
Vacuum cleaners will be either bagged or bagless. Bagged means that the debris lifted away by the vacuum is stored inside a separate bag, attached to the vacuum. This bag is replaceable and must be changed once full.
Bagless cleaners store the debris inside a cup or chamber. This is then emptied straight from the vacuum cleaner. The benefit is that you do not have to buy additional bags. However, there are more parts to the bagless vacuums, for example filters.

RS Components has a range of vacuums, brought to you from leading brands. You'll find Karcher Vacuums and Karcher Window Vac, Bosch vacuum Cleaners, Numatic Vacuums (Henry Hoover, Hetty Hoover) and of course our trusted own brand RS Pro.

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Description Price Model Number Application Dry Capacity Vacuum Cleaner Type Colour Dust Classification Bag/Bagless Includes Power Rating Supply Voltage Plug Type Cable Length Air Flow Battery Powered
RS Stock No. 178-0103
Mfr. Part No.DVC864LZ
BrandMakita
MYR3,203.21
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DVC864LZ Dust Extraction 8L Cylinder - - Bag (2) Lithium-Ion Battery 90W 36V - - 2.1m³/min Yes
RS Stock No. 124-0002
Mfr. Part No.VC2211MX1/2
BrandMakita
MYR4,674.50
Each
units
VC2211MX1/2 Dust Extraction 22L Cylinder - M Bag Round Brush, Powder Filter, Damper, Prefilter, Nozzle Assembly, Bent Pipe , Polyethylene Bag, Filter Bag, Hose Band, Belt hook Complete, Cap 1050W 240V Type G - British 3-pin 5m - -
RS Stock No. 176-8879
Mfr. Part No.VC3012M /1
BrandMakita
MYR3,196.33
Each
units
VC3012M Dust Extraction 30L Cylinder Blue, White M Bag - 1kW 110V UK 7.5m 3.2 → 3.7m³/min -
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RS Stock No. 188-7066
Mfr. Part No.DCL180Z
BrandMakita
MYR376.00
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DCL180 - 650ml - - - - - - - - - 1.3m³/min Yes
RS Stock No. 176-8878
Mfr. Part No.VC3012M /2
BrandMakita
MYR3,196.33
Each
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VC3012M Dust Extraction 30L Cylinder Blue, White M Bag - 1.8kW 240V Type G - British 3-pin 7.5m 3.2 → 3.7m³/min -