Quality comes from details. Efficiency comes from knowing how to combine them. Only the best plastic polymers, the finest steel and the most advanced fibers have a place in GRIZZLY production. Only history and GRIZZLY experience can put them together to give you the best in our field.
A deep breath
The filtering system, along with power, is a critical factor - and too often overlooked - for the quality of a vacuum cleaner. The filter is like a net, for the intake air to pass through. The net must also retain the very small dust particles, without, however, adversely affect the power of the vacuum cleaner. Only the best filters can combine these two contrasting characteristics between them. If the filter is cheap the sucked dust is reintroduced into the environment going to redeposit anywhere, with serious damage to the desired cleanliness and hygiene. In addition, the low efficiency of a mediocre filter quickly leads to clogging of the filter itself and to a consequent collapse of the vacuum power. A poor filter lets through imperceptible dust particles that, in a short time, will infiltrate into the vacuum cleaner vital parts, such as the engine, causing premature wear. GRIZZLY filters are so efficient that, while maintaining suction power, they can filter particles of 2 microns or 0.5 microns. Their fibers have a completely unique shape, different from the cylindrical shape of the traditional fiber: this results in a greater surface coverage and greater filtering capacity. In addition, surface treatments of vitrification or thermal calendering make GRIZZLY filters extremely resistant in depth: the dust stops at the surface and does not saturate the lower layers of the fabric. The surface sediments of dust then tend to fall into the vacuum container when they reach a critical weight. All this means greater efficiency and ease of cleaning of the filter itself.
A nice drum is better than a bin
Everybody calls it bin. We care about calling it by its name: the drum. True, it's "only" a container, yet it is a structural part of vital importance. If, sometimes, even sucked materials deserve special disposal, the drum that, until then, contains them must be... very special! We were the first to introduce the drums made of plastic instead of metal. The plastic they are made of, and the components assembly system, are resistant to a greater variety of chemicals: you can collect any kind of liquid without worrying about rust or corrosion. The plastic drum is lighter, so it is easier to move the vacuum cleaner, emptying it or putting it on vans for use in external manufacturing centres and construction sites. It’s more flexible and impact resistant: when moving the vacuum cleaner, it may happen to drop it, take corners, or use it decisively. The plastic has the ability to better absorb the wear of daily work.