In the last several years, a growing body of scientific evidence has indicated that the air within buildings can be more seriously polluted than the outdoor air. A commercial vacuum with a good filtration system along with paper filtration bags can make a huge impact on indoor air quality (IAQ) of your facility. Consider the health impact of what is carried by the air one breathes. Dust generated inside the building includes soot, bacteria, allergens, paper dust, mold and dust mite droppings. Then there’s dust from outside: pollen, spores, various natural environmental toxins (arsenic, lead, lithium, antimony), pesticides and fertilizers. Finally, there are fine particles, such as asbestos and coal dust, that can cause more than 50 occupational disease syndromes.
The vacuum is the most used and most abused cleaning piece of equipment in a facility. One vacuum I highly recommend is the Windsor Sensor XP vacuum. Learn more about this vacuum.