Bagless, cordless upright vacuums operate without the limitations of a power cord to collect dirt and debris in their dirt cup or chamber for disposal. They typically have a see-through chamber that shows the level of debris, so it can be cleared out when full to prevent reduced suction or an overheated motor. The chamber is usually emptied outdoors to prevent collected dust and allergens from recirculating indoors. It also allows small items (such as jewelry or toys) to be recovered from the collected debris. These bagless vacuums eliminate the need for replacement bags and rely on filters to trap dust and allergens and keep debris from entering the motor.
Bagged, cordless upright vacuums operate without the limitations of a power cord to trap dirt, dust, and allergens in replaceable bags that are discarded when full. They minimize contact with collected debris since their bags don't need to be cleaned out like a dirt cup. The bags serve as a filter to collect dust while allowing air to flow through. These vacuums keep debris contained for disposal to help prevent recirculation of dust and allergens, making them a common choice for use in healthcare and educational settings.
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