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- May 24, 2018 -

Vacuum cleaner history

In 1869, a U.S. company manufactured and produced the first electric vacuum cleaner named "Cyclone." Since then, vacuum cleaners, which are combined with the development of the times, have begun to connect closely with life. In 1900, British engineer Hubert Cecil Booth saw a blower in the United States at a trade show, which became the prototype for his invention of the first vacuum cleaner. In 1901, there were very few families that used electricity. He invented a heavy engine with an aspirated pump and installed it on a wagon. After a period of time, the British vacuum cleaner company's technicians transformed it into a long, clean one. The flexible hose was converted into a formal vacuum cleaner. In 1902, Booth's invention caused a sensation when the vacuum cleaner was designated as the Edward VII coronation ceremony to clean the carpet and was later designated as Buckingham Palace for cleaning. People began to use this kind of new cleaning method for fun and show off. In 1908, the United States began to popularize self-service household cleaning in Ohio because a creative gatekeeper invented a simple electric suction cleaner—a soap box, a fan, a pillowcase, and a broomstick. Since then, the vacuum cleaner has a garbage bag with a permeation filter, but its disadvantage is that it is always blocked and the cleaning efficiency is reduced. Picture 1-1 

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In 1978, the young British designer Dyson (James Dyson 1947) found that ordinary vacuum cleaners used to replace dust bags frequently during the use of conventional bag vacuum cleaners, and the tiny dust particles escaping from the dust bag often blocked the intake port. Filter. Reduces the efficiency of the vacuum cleaner. He studied this flaw. An industrial cleaning technology, cyclone separation technology, is used to solve this problem. This technique is commonly used in the cleaning of paint shops and sawmills. He produced 5,127 models to perfect his ideas. Five years later, in 1983, Dyson designed and manufactured his first vacuum cleaner “G-Force”. Its principle is to first accelerate the airflow to 200 mph, smaller larger fluff pieces, and spin sized dust particles into the garbage bag by centrifugal force at a supersonic speed of 924 mph. Figure 1-2 British designer Dyson

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In order to promote the design of the cyclone vacuum cleaner and find industrialized capital for his design, he brought it to Japan. After 8 years, the vacuum cleaner sales increased by 100 times. Started the legendary deduction of the vacuum cleaner industry. Until today, "Dyson" as an international home appliance design and manufacturing company is still based on the development, design and manufacture of vacuum cleaners.

As a leader in vacuum cleaner industry, Dyson has been embodying the perfect combination of product appearance design and engineering technology from the very beginning. “Let our life be truly advanced. You need not only to become a designer, but also to become a Engineer.” Based on this concept, Dyson designed a transparent PVC box to show the working principle of the vacuum cleaner and prompt the user when to dump the garbage. (This design has also become a classic example of using the intellectual property in the marketing field to protect and earn huge income - see the figure below.) The first sample was a silver fuselage with yellow highlighted key components. To make the vacuum cleaner look more interesting, Dyson hopes it will be like a high-tech space age product, and its extraordinary performance should be perfectly demonstrated. Dyson said: "Our philosophy is to really create the best product, also Figure 1-3

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It is a sophisticated design plus better technology."


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