Bagged versus Bagless Vacuums
Vacuum cleaners typically come in two styles: bagged and bagless. Bagged vacuums cleaners have a disposable bag that collects the dirt and must be emptied when it’s full. Most vacuums have an indicator light, alerting you when the bag needs to be emptied. The Bank vacuum bags have
True HEPA Filtration.
Electro statically Charged Material Maintains Performance.
Up To 6 Times Larger Capacity Than Standard Vacuum Bags.
Traps Germs, Bacteria, Pollen, Dust Mites, Mold Spore And More.
Sealed Dirt Lock System
With a bagged vacuum, there is the small expense of purchasing bags. However, it usually holds more dirt and doesn’t release dust and debris in the air when emptied, and is a hygienically way of disposal. See Video Below
Bagless vacuum cleaners have a bin or container that collects the dirt the vacuum picks up. You will have a large expense replacing Filters or Multiple filters to keep the vacuum running properly, Bagless Vacuums will release dirt and dander in the air when you empty the dirt containere even if the filters are washable they will retain,Germs, Bacteria, Pollen, Dust Mites, Mold Spore And More.
Dirt Cup Bind need to be also washed out after they are emptied because they retain dirt and more on the inside of container
This is a problem if you have allergies. See Video Below