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Types of Vacuum Cleaners

  • Published: July 28, 2020

  • Updated: July 28, 2020

Our Karcher Vacuum Cleaners cover a wide range of cleaning situations from factory floors to hospital rooms to commercial kitchens. Whether you're cleaning up dry debris or liquids, over large areas or small, there is a machine suited to your specific needs.

Window and Surface Vacuum Cleaner

This Karcher Window and Surface Vaccum Cleaner can clean all smooth surfaces from windows to tiles. Lightweight and comfortable to hold, this battery-powered machine ensures perfect results without streaks, even allowing you to work overhead.

Dry Vacuum Cleaners

These vacuums are suitable for cleaning up dry substances, similar to a household vacuum, but with their industrial build, they clean more effectively and can handle frequent usage.

Backpack Dry Vacuum Cleaners

These vacuums are work just like the Dry Vacuum Cleaners, but in backpack form. Available both with or without a power cable, the backpack vacuum cleaners allow you to easily navigate tight spaces where a regular vacuum cleaner will not fit.

Wet and Dry Vacuum Cleaners

These vacuum cleaners are a step up from the dry vacuums, capable of cleaning many substances such as coarse dirt, dust and liquids. These industrial vacuum cleaners have been developed for professional users with the specific needs of contract cleaners, automotive-area or trade.

Steam Cleaners

These steam cleaners clean down surfaces without using chemicals, providing more hygienic environments.

Vacuum Cleaners for Explosive Dust Zones

These vacuum cleaners are specifically for vacuuming in explosive dust zones such as ATEX zone 22. The standard model has a dust class M filter that traps 99.9 per cent of medium risk, hazardous fine dusts; whereas the industrial model has a two-stage filter for vacuuming in explosive dust zones such as ATEX zone 22.