Maintaining and using an industrial vacuum cleaner is easier than most people think. You only need to keep a few things in mind and make sure you perform regular maintenance functions on your equipment. A model such as the Tennant V5 dry vacuum cleaner is a boon to any home or office, but if not properly taken care of, you may have to worry about repairs and replacing broken parts.
The following are some of the things to keep in mind when you buy an industrial vacuum cleaner.
The Climate, Dust and You
Especially during the summer dry season, the air can get filled with dust particles. In some years, large cities have also experienced massive dust storms which are an everyday occurrence for those living in the Bush. Keep in mind that the manufacturer’s recommendations will not take into account this aspect of the climate. What this means for industrial vacuum cleaner owners is that they can assume that they need to clean their vacuum cleaners more frequently as they will gather dust in their parts.
Use a stiff brush or a damp cloth to remove any layered and clotted dust that has built up over time in the various parts of your vacuum cleaner. You should disassemble and clean your vacuum cleaner ideally right after you use it (easiest way to remember) or at a fixed time every week.
Insects and Other Pests
Carpets can, unfortunately, be a safe haven for a variety of pests. Bedbugs, carpet beetles, moths and many other pests destructive to humans can make their homes in your carpets and upholstery. This means that you should regularly use safe and environmentally pesticides or antibacterial ingredients in your cleaning products to preventively fight these pests. If you end up with an infestation anyway, then you should make sure you call a qualified specialist because your industrial vacuum cleaner will not cut it for this situation!