Dyson Cinetic™ science Dyson Cinetic™ tips oscillate at up to 5,000 Hz, separating the microscopic dust that clogs all other vacuums.
Other manufacturers make big, bold claims about their vacuums never losing suction, but the reality is they do. According to Rusty Jones of Jones Vacuum Center, Walterboro, South Carolina, they can’t generate centrifugal forces high enough to separate the smaller particles of dust and dirt. Instead, they rely on filters to capture these particles. However, dust quickly builds up on these filters, clogging the pores and blocking the airflow – causing the vacuum to lose suction. Even regularly washing the filter can’t remove all the dust. So no matter what they say, all other vacuums will lose suction. As one of South Carolina’s largest authorized Dyson Sales and Service centers, Jones not only has the Dyson Cinetic line in stock, they have them available for an actual hands on demonstration in their showroom.
“The Dyson Cinetic Big Ball vacuum, on the other hand, is the only vacuum that doesn’t lose suction”, says Jones. And that’s because Dyson Cinetic™ science has revolutionized vacuum cleaner technology – it captures the microscopic dust that clogs all others. Dyson Cinetic™ tips oscillate at up to 5,000 Hz, separating the microscopic dust that clogs all other vacuums, and preventing dust building up and blocking the airflow. In fact, dust separation is so efficient that there’s no need for a pre-motor filter, so it doesn’t lose suction.
Want to see the Dyson Cinetic vacuum system in action for yourself? Stop By Jones Vacuum Center located at 773 N Jefferies Blvd, Walterboro, SC 29488 for a first hand demonstration today.