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Dyson Vacuum Cleaner
November 4, 2009, 3:53 pm
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Ordinary vacuum cleaners have bags and filters that clog and restrict airflow. Dyson machines all include Cyclone technology, which uses centrifugal forces to spin dust and dirt out of the air and straight into the bin. No bags. No loss of suction. This cyclone technology is and was widely used to refresh the air in (pig)stables. So the genius of Dyson was not to invent something new but implement a solution from another industry (farming and agriculture) in another one (consumer goods).

via:: dyson

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