Nilfisk Ultra+ Filtration
- For clean and allergy friendly indoor
Removing the invisible dust and
dirt from the air in your house
One thing is to remove the dust that
settles on floors, tables and other surfaces. Any vacuum cleaner can and will
do that for you. But the real challenge is to remove dirt
and particles at a size way below the limit that the human eye can perceive.
The kind of dirt and particles that can
settle in the human organism and trigger allergies in the short term and do severe harm to your health in
the long term. That is where this Nilfisk does an
extraordinary good job. With its unique filtration system, it removes particles down to a size of only 0.0003
mm - including pollen and dust mites. Actually, there are 2000 times fewer
particles in the exhaust from a Nilfisk Elite vacuum cleaner than in the air at
the South Pole.
So if you want air as clean as possible,
this Nilfisk Elite is an excellent tool with Ultra+ Filtration.
What differentiates a truly efficient vacuum cleaner from the
rest? The essence of a fully effective vacuum cleaner is that it has sufficient
suction power to lift dust and dirt from a surface and then a filtration
process which traps it inside the machine rather than exhausting microscopic
particles. Such particles will float around in the air and later settle back
down on the very areas just vacuumed, as well as on window ledges, furniture,
whiteware etc. We want to suck dirty air into the vac and with world-leading
filtration technology, exhaust only clean air back out, therefore not only
cleaning our floors but the air we breathe as well. Such vacuum cleaners will be
more expensive that’s true, but for the discerning customer, the extra cost can
be justified by the results. The new range of ‘NILFISK ELITE’ is at the
forefront of top-end vacuum cleaners, using HEPA-Tight H14 filtration, probably
unique in our market.
Why is filtration so important?
Dust particles are measured in microns and the most difficult particle size
to trap, even in the human defence system measures 0.3 microns. These are minute
particles and very often they float around in the air for a long time, taking
days to actually reach the floor. Airborne allergens are, of course inhaled and
therefore extremely dangerous to asthma and allergy sufferers, so in the
interests of hygiene and health, we better make sure our vacuum cleaner does not
let them escape back into our homes.