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Frequently Asked Questions About Vacuum Cleaners

Before buying an item, it is essential to know the information in advance. This article will answer some common questions when buying a vacuum cleaner that anyone should know.

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Is it necessary to determine the need before buying a vacuum cleaner?

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To save energy, costs, and be able to use it effectively, carefully determining the area to be vacuumed, types and size of dust, and high or low frequency of dust collection is absolutely necessary. Only when we fully understand the needs, we can choose to buy a vacuum cleaner with a suitable capacity, size, and intensity.

How do you distinguish the power capacity and vacuum capacity of the vacuum cleaner?

If the machine has a high power capacity and low vacuum capacity, the device will consume a lot of power but will not bring high efficiency to the working process. People need to avoid confusion between these two parameters. Remember that the power of the machine is power consumption, while the new vacuum capacity is the ability to vacuum the machine.

Should we care about the motor capacity and the volume of the vacuum cleaner?

The answer is yes because the higher the motor capacity, the stronger the vacuum force. Therefore, if the garbage, dust, and dirt are more challenging to clean, the more you need, the more powerful the engine and the large capacity of vacuuming.

Besides, to save costs, we also have to choose the volume of the container based on the needs.

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What type of filter should I choose?

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Based on the factory requirements and standards, select the most suitable filter. A small-air-tight filter like the Hepa filter will suit small, tiny dust.

In contrast, industrial zones need professional equipment to attract large-sized dust, with high dust collection frequency. The type of regular cloth filter bag and the relatively large surface area of the hole will be more suitable in this case.

Particularly for three-phase electric machines, it is recommended to select a device with a vibrating bar. This is because it can reduce dust to the sieve without removing the machine to clean so the filter is not blocked during the vacuuming process.

Which level of noise is okay?

The lower the noise, the better. The noise level of the machine from 40dB-80dB is moderate. If the noise level exceeds 100dB, it will affect the crowded area and green activities around.

Should I choose to buy a vacuum cleaner with multiple functions?

Multi-function devices will be handy and save time and energy. Today, industrial vacuum cleaners have both functions: vacuuming and vacuuming. Thus, the cleaning process is quick and simplified; there is no need to spend more time cleaning again by manually cleaning as before. Just put the detergent in the container in the machine and the device will perform the cleaning task.

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In summary, shoppers need to equip the necessary knowledge before buying something. It is not only important to be aware of these issues, but customers should also choose top-rated vacuums from the best vacuum brands to avoid unsatisfactory purchases.


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 Post subject: Re: Any there any death metal laserdics?
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Does Napalm Death qualify?

Napalm Death: Live Corruption (1990) [TELP-48028]

Can't seem to find any Entombed, Cannibal Corpse, Obituary, Deicide or Morbid Angel on LD.

Eventually: 3-Way Thrash: Live in London '89 (1989) [TELP-48013]

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Isn’t Death Metal kinda...newer than LD? There’s probably a Slayer LD, does that count?

What I mean is, if your band formed in 1990 and the first release was a 7” they made 250 copies of then you were not a band that would have been in a position to release even a VHS let alone an LD. Virtually every music LD was issued on a major label and during LD’s life death metal had little to no recognition from mainstream society and therefor wouldn’t be able to come up with the $250,000+ it would take to properly film a concert and get it pressed. Death metal bands are poor, and many from countries where LD didn’t exist.

The main reason I don’t have many music LDs is that I was never really into Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Winger, Kenny G, Motley Crüe etc and that’s the majority of what exists; mainstream crapola. When there are LDs of timeless acts like Chet Baker or The Damned they are borderline embarrassing late period stuff or in the case of New Order and The KLF...rotters.

If you were to reduce it to just “metal” you’ll find a lot of JP issues of terrible very very bad MTV bands like Bullet Boys or Poison but to my knowledge no Helloween, Gamma Ray...there must be good Maiden LDs, right?
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I was thinking Black Metal instead of Death Metal, but I think they're more or less the same in this regard; neither genre received any kind of mainstream recognition that'd result in a laserdisc release, until well after the format's death.

Zeta's mention of Slayer made me look them up and it seems they're the only one of the "big four" of thrash metal to not have a LD release!
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signofzeta wrote:
Isn’t Death Metal kinda...newer than LD? There’s probably a Slayer LD, does that count?


I think Slayer is Trash Metal. And no Slayer LD. I know, surprising.

Heavy got all the mainstream groups (Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Metallica, Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne, Dio, Judas Priest, Motorhead, X Japan, WASP, AC/DC, etc.).

Less popular style/bands were probably more at home on audio and VHS tapes for the low cost of replication.

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Well, there are a few... like the two japanese Sepultura LDs:

Sepultura: Under Siege - Live in Barcelona (1992) [APLG-4003]
Sepultura: Third World Chaos (1995) [APLG-4005]

Managed to get my hands on both a couple of years ago and they're pretty good! Apart from that... well, there's the ND disc that Julien mentioned before, but they're a Grindcore band (they had something of a "Death Metal phase" during the mid/late 1990s with albums like "Harmony Corruption" and "Utopia Banished"). There were a few more exotic LD releases from bands like Running Wild or Celtic Frost and others but they are pretty hard to find these days:

Running Wild: Death or Glory Tour (1989) [TELP-48008]
Celtic Frost: Live at Hammersmith Odeon [TELP-48021]
Gwar: Live from Antartica (1990) [TELP-48025]
Coroner: No More Color Tour '90 (1990) [TELP-48014]
Sabbat: End of the Beginning [TELP-48029]

If anyone's knows where to find one of those for a reasonable price feel free drop me a note...
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admin wrote:
signofzeta wrote:
Isn’t Death Metal kinda...newer than LD? There’s probably a Slayer LD, does that count?


I think Slayer is Trash Metal. And no Slayer LD. I know, surprising.

Heavy got all the mainstream groups (Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Metallica, Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne, Dio, Judas Priest, Motorhead, X Japan, WASP, AC/DC, etc.).

Less popular style/bands were probably more at home on audio and VHS tapes for the low cost of replication.

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It's kind of surprising that even some of the major ones have so few. I think Metallica has only like three unique titles overall?
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knatterbuechse wrote:
Well, there are a few... like the two japanese Sepultura LDs:

Sepultura: Under Siege - Live in Barcelona (1992) [APLG-4003]
Sepultura: Third World Chaos (1995) [APLG-4005]

Managed to get my hands on both a couple of years ago and they're pretty good! Apart from that... well, there's the ND disc that Julien mentioned before, but they're a Grindcore band (they had something of a "Death Metal phase" during the mid/late 1990s with albums like "Harmony Corruption" and "Utopia Banished"). There were a few more exotic LD releases from bands like Running Wild or Celtic Frost and others but they are pretty hard to find these days:

Running Wild: Death or Glory Tour (1989) [TELP-48008]
Celtic Frost: Live at Hammersmith Odeon [TELP-48021]
Gwar: Live from Antartica (1990) [TELP-48025]
Coroner: No More Color Tour '90 (1990) [TELP-48014]
Sabbat: End of the Beginning [TELP-48029]

If anyone's knows where to find one of those for a reasonable price feel free drop me a note...


You should define what you mean for "reasonable". I sold most of them some months ago though
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Celtic Frost? Those lads did the famous Manga Video promo music song! I need that LD now...

The Heart Beneath should be instantly recognisable.

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