Shampoo vacuum cleaners typically apply detergents to clean carpets, upholstery and even hard surfaces.
First, the detergent, diluted with water, is applied to the surface. Then, the vacuum cleaner cleans the surface by picking up liquid and dirt.
Floor care has changed tremendously over the last 100 years. For centuries, a broom was the preferred way to clean floors.
Once the dustpan was developed, a mechanical sweeper was introduced. After that, various types of vacuum cleaners were designed using different mechanisms to generate a vacuum, e.g. a hand pump, a gas driven vacuum cleaner, etc.
Finally, the electrical vacuum cleaner as we know it was developed. The main parts of a vacuum cleaner are the vacuum pump (motor), hose, wand, and floor tool.
By combining a wide variety of Plastiflex proprietary technologies, we are able to design and develop shampoo hose systems which enable you to differentiate your shampoo vacuum cleaner.
We typically supply to OEMs, Brand Owners, and Vacuum Cleaner Manufacturers.
Vacuum hoses for shampoo vacuum cleaners are used to thoroughly clean carpets, curtains, and other surfaces.
We supply shampoo hoses with different configurations. The shampoo line can either be attached to the outside of the hose or incorporated into the hose, enabling an optimal use of the shampoo hose system without the hassle of a separate shampoo line that is not physically attached.
Our vacuum hoses for shampoo vacuum cleaners are easy to handle and store.