Carpet machines have always been an elaborate part of history. Royals used mats to show family history, Egyptians used carpets to show power and encase their dead, and the townspeople used carpets to keep warm. Carpets have been created with a large variety of different fibers, with a large variety of different methods to create the rugs, with a large variety of meaning for the use of the mats.
When the mid-1800’s began to develop, that is when the modern day carpet was first being produced. Soon after, the invention of the first handheld carpet cleaning machine followed, in Chicago during the later years of 1860.
As time passed, and the industrial revolution began to progress, there was an Englishman, who went by the name of H. Cecil Booth. Mr. Booth invented the first vacuum cleaner that was powered by electricity. While Mr. Booth was developing the first electrically powered vacuum machine, a man named James Murray Spangler in Canton, Ohio was beginning to design and create the very the first carpet cleaning machine that had the ability to loosen stains. The machine that Mr. Spangler was building was comprised of a rotating brush that loosened up debris, stains, and dirt on carpets. Sadly, Mr. Spangler did not have sufficient enough funding to continue further with his brilliant idea, so he sold his idea of the husband of his cousin; the man that purchased this idea was a man named Hoover.
Hoover continued with the design idea that he had bought and created the world’s first electric carpet cleaning device. The original name for the company that began to manufacture these electrically powered carpet cleaning devices was called the ‘Electric Suction Sweeper Company’. Fast forward a few decades, and now Hoover makes some of the most modern vacuum cleaners that are out on the market today. Upson further reading of this article, you can note that Steam Carpet Truck Mounts are now more popular in households today.
Over the years, technology began to develop further. Inventors who were interested in progressing old inventions had the ability to design the pre-cursor of the modern day carpet steam cleaner; this was also a wonderful invention, for it allowed homeowners the ability to give their carpets a deep cleaning. The carpet cleaning machine became truly nifty to have around when trying to clean entire buildings filled with rugs; businesses began to pop up, offering to clean your carpets commercially. Now in time, carpet cleaning businesses have began to sprout up and even market through the internet. It’s no amazement that this is now a reality. Some notable businesses are from Andrew Thompson, whom has managed to grow VT Mobile Carpet Cleaning, and expand it to his Baytown, Texas office.
Currently, there are seven different types of vacuum cleaners; these seven various kinds are available in different sizes, styles, and some even come with a variation of voltage requirement. For example, there are vacuum custodians for cars; vacuum cleaners that are used for household cleaning cannot be plugged in and used to clean your car, because of the difference in voltage.
The most significant vacuum cleaner is named the cyclonic vacuum; this type of vacuum cleaner was one of the most important types of vacuuming devices invented because of where the dirt and debris are collected. Instead of being gathered in a paper or cloth bag, the dust is collected in a large cylinder. The cyclonic vacuums function by using a central air force that sucks us the dirt, dust, and debris through a variety of filters. Then, the cyclonic vacuum released the dust free air back into the room; the cyclonic vacuum cleaner is the most efficient housecleaning vacuum. Let us not forget the canister style vacuum that we see all the time in schools, big businesses, and offices; these are the backpack style spaces, where the collection of the dirt is on the back of the user, and the suction part is in control of the user’s hand. There are also smaller, handheld vacuums, vacuums used to suck up water, battery powered handheld vacuums, vacuums used for heavy duty cleaning (for shops, mechanics, and such), and robotic vacuum cleaners, or even the giant vacuum trucks that are used to clean up containment spills.
One of the most interesting, recent space inventions is the 2004 hovering vacuum custodian. A company named Airider in Great Britain released a vacuum cleaner that floated on a cushion of air. This vacuum cleaner was sold, being said that it was very light-weight, easy to maneuver in comparison to using wheels, and considerably reasonably priced. However, Airider was in competition with Dyson, who had released a vacuum similar to this no less than 46 years ago.
There was also another inventor from Great Britain that developed a new type of cleaning technology known as Air Recycling Technology. Instead of using your standard, everyday vacuum cleaner, the Air Recycling Technology uses a stream of air that will collect dust from the carpet that you are cleaning. The Market Transformation Program tested this technology from the Air Recycling Technology and found that this vacuum cleaner to be more energy-efficient than the typical vacuuming method. Although there are working prototypes that exist around the world, there is no company that is currently manufacturing the Air Recycling Technology Vacuum.