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Roborock S7 Max Ultra review: what’s in a name?

The Roborock S7 Max Ultra is a robot vacuum with incredible automation chops. Not only does it vacuum and mop floors, but it also cleans itself after each run.

Ecovacs Deebot T20 Omni review: bringing the heat

Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra review: Apex of laziness

With a mop, a vacuum, and a self-emptying dock, the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra cleans your house without you lifting a finger.

Levoit VortexIQ 40 Stick Vacuum review: simple but effective

A deep dive into Levi’s VortexIQ 40 stick vacuum, a simple vacuum that performs superbly.

Roborock Q7 Max+ Review: The most expensive value robot vacuum

In my Roborock Q7 Max+ review, I was impressed with the power and mapping capabilities, but I wish it came with more mopping accessories.

Yeedi Vac Max review: Impressive smart vacuum at a reasonable price

Yeedi Vac Max review: Impressive smart vacuum at a reasonable price

Yeedi Vac Max offers an impressive spec sheet and an even more impressive price tag. It’s not perfect, but shoppers on a budget should give it a closer look.

Proscenic P11 Smart Cordless Vacuum review: Powerful, but a tad uncomfortable

Proscenic P11 Smart Cordless Vacuum review: Powerful, but a tad uncomfortable

If you’re in the market for an efficient cordless vacuum, the Proscenic P11 Smart Cordless Vacuum is a solid contender that we got to try out for several weeks.

Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo N8 Pro+ review: Quietly gets the job done

Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo N8 Pro+ review: Quietly gets the job done

Self-emptying robot vacuums are becoming popular, with the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo N8 Pro+ making some noise with its 2-in-1 functionality and excellent value.

iRobot Roomba j7+ Review: Getting closer to a tangle-free life

iRobot Roomba j7+ Review: Getting closer to a tangle-free life

The latest iRobot is smarter than anything else before it. With a camera and iRobot’s Genius 3.0 tech, the Roomba j7+ won’t get hung up on obstacles as much.

Dreame h21 Max Wet and Dry Vacuum review: Slick design with modern conveniences

Dreame h21 Max Wet and Dry Vacuum review: Slick design with modern conveniences

The Dreame h21 Max Wet and Dry Vacuum is a good-looking piece of hardware with enough power to handle larger homes.

LG CordZero with All-In-One Tower review: It really sucks

LG CordZero with All-In-One Tower review: It really sucks

The LG CordZero Vacuum with All-in-One Tower sucks the competition right off the floor with its self-emptying base and impressive cleaning ability.

Eufy HomeVac h40 review: Versatile, but not outstanding

Eufy HomeVac h40 review: Versatile, but not outstanding

The Eufy HomeVac h40 rocks powerful suction, but features a slightly unfriendly design that complicates the attachment process and isn’t kind to the wrists.

Eufy RoboVac X8 review: When turbine action meets unavoidable collisions

Eufy RoboVac X8 review: When turbine action meets unavoidable collisions

The Eufy RoboVac X8 is hailed as one of the company’s premiere products, but can it stand toe-to-toe with the likes of the mighty Roomba? Here’s what we think.

Samsung Jet Bot AI+ Review: Home security on wheels is finally here

Samsung Jet Bot AI+ Review: Home security on wheels is finally here

Home security is about to change thanks to the Samsung Jet Bot AI+, which patrols the home when you’re away.

Xiaomi Roidmi Eve Plus robot vacuum review: A Roomba rival that makes the cut

Xiaomi Roidmi Eve Plus robot vacuum review: A Roomba rival that makes the cut

If you’re shopping for a robotic vacuum on a budget, the Xiaomi Roidmi offers premium features and excellent performance at a fair price point.

Shark IQ Robot R101AE Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum review

Shark IQ Robot R101AE Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum review

The Shark IQ Robot R101AE claims to have exceptional suction power, a self-cleaning brush roll, and advanced mapping capabilities. I put it to the test.

Wyze Cordless Vacuum Review: Packs a budget-friendly punch

Wyze Cordless Vacuum Review: Packs a budget-friendly punch

The Wyze Cordless Vacuum is one of the most affordable vacuum cleaners on the market, combining powerful cleaning with effective air filtration.

Roborock H7 Cordless Vacuum Review: Lightweight contender with heavyweight punch

Roborock H7 Cordless Vacuum Review: Lightweight contender with heavyweight punch

The Roborock H7 comes with subtle but much-needed improvements over previous iterations, including faster charging times.

Dreame Bot L10 Pro Review: A robot vacuum newcomer that cleans well

Dreame Bot L10 Pro Review: A robot vacuum newcomer that cleans well

The Dreame Bot L10 Pro is one of the first bots from Dreame Technology, which is looking to make a name of itself in the always competitive robot vacuum space.

Trifo Lucy Robot Vacuum review: Eyes that prioritize security over cleaning

Trifo Lucy Robot Vacuum review: Eyes that prioritize security over cleaning

The Trifo Lucy is a highly anticipated robot vacuum that not only vacuums but can also double as a useful security camera for the home when you’re not there.

Roborock S7 robot vacuum review: Mopping up at sonic speed

Roborock S7 robot vacuum review: Mopping up at sonic speed

Sonic-mopping technology makes the Roborock S7 unique among robot vacuums because it just doesn’t push around a wet mopping pad.

Shark Vacmop Review: A Swiffer Sweeper on steroids

Shark Vacmop Review: A Swiffer Sweeper on steroids

Why have two different units when you can have one? The Shark Vacmop sweeps debris and mops simultaneously.

Dyson Omni-glide Review: You may want to ditch your Swiffer

Dyson Omni-glide Review: You may want to ditch your Swiffer

If you don’t like the idea of buying disposable pads for your Swiffer, then you’ll be intrigued by how the Dyson Omni-glide can become a permanent replacement.

iLife A10 Robot Vacuum Review: A smarter bot that still needs babysitting

iLife A10 Robot Vacuum Review: A smarter bot that still needs babysitting

Low-cost robot vacuums are no longer just basic models, as the iLife A10 proves with its built-in lidar to help it navigate around your home.

Roborock H6 Adapt cordless vacuum review: Clean air, clean home

Roborock H6 Adapt cordless vacuum review: Clean air, clean home

The Roborock H6 Adapt combines powerful suction and cleaning capabilities with five-stage air filtration to provide an incredible cleaning experience.

Wyze Robot Vacuum review: Efficiency without the pricey cost

Wyze Robot Vacuum review: Efficiency without the pricey cost

The Wyze Robot Vacuum packs efficient cleaning and smart mapping into a $250 package, but its value proposition will improve when more features are added.

Samsung Jet 90 Complete Cordless Stick Vacuum Review: Dust can’t flee this one

Samsung Jet 90 Complete Cordless Stick Vacuum Review: Dust can’t flee this one

Automatic disposal systems are coming to cordless vacuums, and the Samsung Jet 90 Complete Stick Cordless Vacuum is one of the first to offer one.

Eufy RoboVac G30 Hybrid review: This robot vacuum won’t break the bank

Eufy RoboVac G30 Hybrid review: This robot vacuum won’t break the bank

The Eufy RoboVac G30 is a nice little robot vacuum that costs less and works well. It’s a 2-in-1, which means it can mop too.

Bissell SpinWave Robot Vacuum Review: A basic bot that cleans well

Bissell SpinWave Robot Vacuum Review: A basic bot that cleans well

The Bissell Spinwave Wet and Dry Robot vacuum is a very basic robot vacuum that does everything you need it to.

Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI review: Everything but clean

Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI review: Everything but clean

Part spy, part mop, part vacuum, the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI is innovative, but it lacks follow-through in a lot of areas. Here’s what we found out.

Eufy RoboVac G30 Edge Review: A worthy budget contender

Eufy RoboVac G30 Edge Review: A worthy budget contender

The Eufy RoboVac G30 Edge has a fantastic app, is easy to use, and has many great features that are hard to find in a robot vacuum cleaner. It gets high marks.

Roborock S6 MaxV Review: It can find and avoid your socks

Roborock S6 MaxV Review: It can find and avoid your socks

Worry less about leaving your robot vacuum to clean on its own. The Roborock S6 MaxV packs a pair of cameras to let it see its surroundings for better cleaning.

Dyson V11 Outsize vacuum review: In this case, bigger is better

Dyson V11 Outsize vacuum review: In this case, bigger is better

The Dyson V11 Outsize vacuum is larger than any other Dyson cordless vacuum, and it’s more expensive than the other cordless vacuums. Is the price worth it?

Ecovacs Deebot 960 Review: Wasted potential

We have loved many of the other smart robot vacuums that Ecovacs has come out with. A couple have even made our best robot vacuum of the year list. So I was pretty excited to try out the Deebot 960. It comes with advanced AI and it even mops. After trying it out, I was sorely disappointed.

Best Shop Vac Reviews 2023

The best shop vacs come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, power levels, and price points. Nearly every store that sells tools also sells shop vacuums. These handy tools range from larger-capacity units to smaller, portable models. Our picks for the best shop vac for 2023 include categories for various needs and applications.

Our Top Picks

  • Best Overall: Milwaukee Modular w/Air Tip Accessories – Buy at Acme Tools
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  • Best Cordless: Greenworks 60V Pro Hybrid – Buy at Tractor Supply
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  • Best Small Shop Vac: Craftsman 5-Gallon CMXEVCVVFB511 – Buy at Lowe’s
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  • Best Heavy Duty Model: Vacmaster 8-Gallon VK811PH – Buy at Acme Tools
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  • Best High Capacity: Ridgid 16-Gallon HD1800 – Buy at Home Depot
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  • Best HEPA Model: Ridgid NXT HEPA Conversion Vacs – Buy at Home Depot
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  • Best for Cars and Vehicles: Milwaukee M18 FUEL Packout 2. 5-Gallon – Buy at Acme Tools
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  • Best Value: HART 8-Gallon VOC812SW 3701 – Buy at Walmart
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What is a Shop Vac?

Shop Vacs are like Kleenex, Bandaids, and Sawzalls. The Shop-Vac brand became so synonymous with wet-dry shop vacuums that people started calling all of them Shop Vacs. The Shop-Vac brand is still around, though it went through a rough period and a sale a few years ago.

Shop vacs usually have a larger diameter hose and they don’t typically arrive HEPA certified (though some do). You don’t normally find automatic filter cleaning, and the motor tends to be smaller, so there’s less overall power. Those are the main differences between what we consider a shop vac vs a dust extractor. Those aren’t all the differences, of course, but it’s a good start.

Our best shop vac reviews cover the gamut from compact models to larger vacuums destined for woodworkers in the shop. So what makes a good wet-dry shop vacuum? It depends on your needs. It’s going to be a balance of portability, airflow (CFM), suction power (water lift), and capacity for the most part. Add in included accessories, storage, and hose/cord management to bring it full circle.

How you personally weigh each of those categories differs from job to job and person to person. So we’ve compiled our list of the best shop vacs for 2023 and you can decide which one best fits your needs.

Best Shop Vac Overall

Milwaukee Modular Wet/Dry Vacuum and Air-Tip Accessories

The best shop vac overall has to have the best balance of everything and Milwaukee nailed it, but not with just one vac. They created an entire modular system that lets you customize what you need. Choose from single-battery, dual-battery, or corded powerheads. Then add 6, 9, or 12-gallon canisters. From there, you can go with a standard filter, wet foam filter, or HEPA filter.

Then there’s the Air-Tip line of trade-focused accessories that are cross-compatible with almost any hose size.

While there’s not just one vac that fits every need, Milwaukee has designed a system that is far greater than any one model thanks to the sum of its parts.

Vac Prices: $249.00 – $799.00

Air-Tip Prices: $17.99 – $119.00

Best Cordless Shop Vac

Greenworks 60V Pro Hybrid Wet/Dry Shop Vacuum

When we went searching for the best cordless shop vac, one feature stood out—hybrid battery/AC ability. While it’s incredibly convenient to run completely cordless, there are times when you don’t want to be limited by runtime.

With that in mind, the Greenworks 60V wet/dry vacuum is our top pick. Its performance is excellent among battery-powered options (90 CFM/36 inches of water lift), the overall design is solid, it has excellent capacity at 9 gallons, and you have the hybrid power option.

Price: $199.99 (does not include batteries or charger)

Best Small Shop Vac

Craftsman 5-Gallon Wet/Dry Shop Vacuum CMXEVCVVFB511

When it comes to the best small shop vac, your definition of “small” is the key. For us, we’re looking for a small footprint and a canister that’s 5 gallons or less. This year, we’re right at the top of the scale with Craftsman’s 5-gallon wet/dry vac earning our recommendation.

It’s the performance that got our attention. Despite its smaller size, it has 5.5 peak horsepower with an impressive combination of 102 CFM and 84 inches of water lift.

It’s nearly identical to the Vacmaster Beast 5-gallon, and that model is on Amazon if Lowe’s is out of stock of the Craftsman model. We’ve been using Vacmaster products for years and don’t think you can go wrong with either brand.

Price: 99.98

Best Heavy-Duty Shop Vac

Vacmaster 8-Gallon Industrial Wet/Dry Vac VK811PH

The Vacmaster VK811PH Industrial Wet/Dry Vac gets our best heavy-duty shop vac nod for several big reasons. First, this shop vac had the highest-tested water lift in its price class at 106 inches (based on our tests). Even with that kind of pull, it still manages 125 CFM of suction.

We also think the 8-gallon canister is the sweet spot for commercial maneuverability and capacity. Large rubber back wheels let you get over bumpy thresholds without marring surfaces. The hose measures a somewhat tame 10 feet, but it’s still enough to work with in most situations. We also like the metal accessories and excellent cord management. It’s even HEPA-rated.

Price: $231.99

Best High-Capacity Shop Vac for Construction

Ridgid 16-Gallon NXT Wet/Dry Shop Vacuum HD1800

Ridgid vacuums are all over jobsites for a good reason: they’re a great value and have a ton of suction for the price. There are several excellent options in the line and the Ridgid 16-gallon NXT is our top choice as the best shop vac for construction.

With 6.5 peak horsepower and 184 CFM, it’s the strongest model in Ridgid’s lineup. Plus, the 16-gallon canister holds more debris than most models, the cart design makes it easy to move around your workspace, and the accessory set includes nozzles to tackle just about any mess you have to deal with.

Price: $179.00

Best HEPA Shop Vac For Dust Collection

Ridgid NXT Shop Vacuums with HEPA Conversion

Most of our top-rated HEPA vacuums fall into the dust extractor category rather than the shop vacuum class. Their designs usually have a more robust build that ensures you get the canister sealing tight along with the HEPA filter’s finer collection to ensure those particles don’t make it into your breathing space. Still, there are some HEPA shop vacs running around that are worth considering and the trick to making the leap from basic collection to HEPA-rated lies in not just the filter, but also the collection bag.

Once again, Ridgid has you covered and for less than $60, you can add HEPA filtration and cyclonic collection bags to a wide range of 12 – 16-gallon Ridgid wet/dry vacuums. If you don’t already have a Ridgid vac, Home Depot has some kits that include the vac and HEPA accessories.

Price: $64.97

Best Portable Shop Vac For Car Cleaning

Milwaukee M18 Fuel Packout 2.

5-Gallon Wet/Dry Vaccum

When it comes to portability and cleaning vehicles, nothing beats a small-capacity cordless model… if it has high enough performance. Milwaukee’s M18 Fuel 0970 uses a brushless motor to produce 50 CFM and 47 inches of water lift in a 2.5-gallon size that’s Packout compatible.

You could go smaller and have more maneuverability around the vehicle, but we like the performance level of this model and the Packout interface is really handy to make storing and transporting your mobile detailing gear easier.

Price: $199.00 bare

Best Value Shop Vac for Home Use

HART 8-Gallon Stainless Steel Wet/Dry Vacuum VOC812SF 3701

HART has an impressive range of vacuums that covers everything from the wet/dry shop vacs we’ve been talking about to standard upright vacuums and plenty in between. With 6.0 peak horsepower dialed in to deliver 100 CFM and 89 inches of water lift, it has excellent performance for the price. Plus the stainless steel canister gives it a great look and its cart-style base makes moving the vac easier.

Price: $74.00

Best Wall Mount Shop Vac For Woodworking

Rikon 60-101 Wall-Mounted 1 HP Dust Collector

For a true wall-mounted shop vac we presume you may want to do more than simply clean up some floor space. For connecting woodworking equipment to a shop-wide vac system without hitting four figures in price, we like the Rikon 60-101. As our pick for the best wall-mounted shop vac, it collects up to 99% of dust as small as 1 micron.

It features all-metal construction and the motor’s 10-inch impeller creates 800 CFM of suction using 4-inch ductwork (up to two devices). With 5-inch ducting, you can get up to 1100 CFM for single-tool use. This system can really handle pulling dust and wood chips from bandsaws, table saws, jointers, planers, and more.

Price: $749.99

Best Shop Vac Recommendations from More Brands We Trust

Best DeWalt Shop Vacuum: 9-Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum DXV09P

DeWalt has several wet/dry vacuum options that avoid reaching up into dust extractor pricing and we’re impressed with their build quality. Among the choices you have, we recommend the 9-gallon model for the best balance of capacity, performance, and price. It boasts 5 peak horsepower with 90 CFM and 70 inches of water lift. At $144.99, it’s an excellent upgrade if you’re looking for better durability than lower-priced models.

Price: $144.99

Best Flex Shop Vacuum: 1.6-Gallon Cordless Wet/Dry Vacuum FX5221-Z

Flex only has one vacuum on its 24V system at the moment. The compact 1.6-gallon design has surprisingly good performance for its size with 41 CFM and 42 inches of water lift.

It goes beyond the basics with two modes to run for higher performance or higher runtime and has a button to activate the Reverse Flow Function so the vac can clean the included HEPA filter. The basic physical design strays away from tradition, but in a refreshing way that makes sense.

Price: $119.00 bare

Best Hilti Shop Vacuum: High-Suction 17-Gallon Wet/Dry Construction Vacuum VC 300-17 X

Hilti isn’t a name you necessarily think of in a conversation about shop vacuums. With a focus heavily on construction, they don’t have what you would consider a traditional shop vac. That said, their vacuums are excellent if you need one on the level Hilti develops them for.

The best is Hilti’s VC 300-17 X, which uses two turbines to produce a monstrous 300 CFM designed to help contractors remain Table 1 compliant. Capable of holding up to 159 pounds of dust, it has the automatic filter cleaning and HEPA design concrete contractors need.

Price: $2039.00

Best Makita Shop Vacuum: 40V max XGT 4-Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum GCV03

Makita is another brand that doesn’t compete in the traditional shop vac space. However, they have a deep line of vacuums ranging from dust extractors to commercial cleaning and even models that can detect the trigger pull of a cordless tool.

Going the route of a typical wet/dry canister vacuum, the GCV03 is our top choice. It has a 4-gallon canister on smooth-rolling casters with a brushless motor that offers 148 CFM and 92 inches of water lift. For a cordless vacuum, those are fantastic numbers. When the mess is primarily light debris, you can use the power dial to prioritize runtime and a second battery port offers longer runtime at any power level.

If wet vacuuming isn’t something you need, then consider the GCV04. It has the same performance while stepping up to HEPA certification and you can add Makita’s AWS chip to get automatic tool activation.

Price: $705.99 bare, $1129.99 kit with two 4.0Ah batteries and dual port rapid charger

Best Ryobi Shop Vacuum: 40V Cordless 10-Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum RY40WD01

Ryobi had a major vacuum expansion in 2022 that’s great for you, but complicated matters for us. With several great models to choose from on both the corded and cordless sides, picking the best wasn’t easy.

In the final analysis, we chose Ryobi’s 40V cordless 10-gallon shop vacuum thanks to its cordless power source with 80 CFM and 50 inches of water lift. Using a 6.0Ah battery, you can get up to an hour of runtime. It’s a strong contender alongside Greenworks for the best overall cordless shop vac, but the one thing it lacks is an AC option.

Price: $199.00 bare

Best Shop-Vac Brand Shop Vac: 12-Gallon 6.0 HP Stainless Steel Wet-Dry Vacuum 5761311

We can’t have a best shop vacuum guide without including the brand that gave the category its notoriety. Shop-Vac has you covered across a wide range of sizes and power levels. It’s the 12-gallon 6.0 HP stainless steel model we prefer above the others.

The canister has a generous capacity without being as bulky as the 16-gallon models, the 6.0 peak horsepower motor provides 100 CFM with 66 inches of water lift, and it looks good, too. It’s an excellent all-around design to clean up your shop, car, garage, and all of those messes life likes to throw at your home.

Grab this one at Lowe’s for $119.00.

Why Buy a Wet-Dry Shop Vacuum?

Wet-dry shop vacuums (or Shop Vacs as the industry knows them) are the cleanup workhorses from house to jobsite. Their ability to clean up a variety of wet and dry messes from inside the house to your car to your jobsite makes them incredibly versatile. While they’re typically not as powerful or refined as portable jobsite dust extractors, they’re also much less expensive, starting at less than $50. Unless you really need all the extra bells and whistles of a dust extractor, they’re definitely the way to go.

Disagree With Our Choices?

That’s okay! We know personal preferences take a front seat in determining the best wet-dry shop vacuum for you, and every Pro is different. Do Pro Tool Nation a favor and tell us what your top pick is and why you love it. Feel free to put it in the comments below or on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!

Best Shop Vac Buying Guide – What We Look For

Corded or Cordless?

Our favorite shop vacs still come with a cord. Many manufacturers, however, have smaller-capacity vacuums designed for very portable use. And some actually have cordless shop vacs with higher CFM and water lift capabilities. These cordless vacs can truly help your job site cleanup since you get to skip hunting for an outlet. Run times keep getting better as well, making them more practical than ever.

When considering between choosing a dust extractor or a shop vac we recommend looking at what you hope to achieve. A shop vac typically thrives at picking up materials like wood chips and debris. It often has a wider nozzle to handle these tasks without easily clogging. A dust extractor, on the other hand, focuses more on removing airborne particles like concrete dust.

Airflow (CFM)

Airflow simply reflects the amount of airflow running through the nozzle over a set period of time. As an acronym, CFM stands for “cubic feet per minute”. The higher the CFM, the more air it’s pulling through the hose.

Water Lift (Suction Power)

Water lift is typically measured in inches and it helps us understand the vacuum’s ability to move heavier objects. The higher the water lift, the greater the suction power, and the heavier debris it can move. If you’re primarily collecting sawdust, you don’t need a ton of water lift. If your debris involves chips or materials or nails and screws, you need more.

Capacity

Clearly, the capacity you need depends upon the application for your shop vac. When comparing similar models in an application, factor in the amount of material a vac can take in. We also look at how efficiently it stores material. A shop vac with a well-designed filter can outperform another model in terms of realistic storage capacity.

Keep in mind shop vacs measure capacity by the overall size of the canister. The filter takes up part of the room, so the dry capacity is smaller. The wet capacity is smaller still to avoid the risk of pulling water up into the motor. Most quality models have a float valve of a sort to close off the motor when the water level gets high enough.

Portability

Not every shop vac qualifies as a “portable” tool, but even larger units need to transport from the tool crib or shop to the job site. Look at the wheels, handle design, and more to understand which models present the best portability for maneuvering and transport.

Accessory Storage

Accessory storage consistently presents a problem for some wet-dry vacuums. No matter how much attention manufacturers pay in this area, it seems you can’t help but snag a hose or drop a nozzle. Some vacuums, however, at least address accessory storage in a way that gives you a fighting chance to ensure those flooring tools, brushes, and extension nozzles are there when you need them.

For larger models, you can store most, if not all, of the accessories inside the canister when it’s not in use.

Cord Management

Many shop vacuums include some form of cord wrap, but some are better than others. Consider how easy the shop vac makes managing the cord when you plug it in and when you’re done for the day.

Price and Value

For many folks, setting a budget is the first step to eliminating options due to price. Consider the price of the vacuum and weigh it against the performance and features of the tool along with the warranty, depth of line (for cordless products), included accessories, and other priorities you may have.

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The end result is information you can trust because of the editorial, scientific, and real-world professional experience we collectively utilize each and every time we pick up and test a tool.

Overview of vacuum technology – Plasma.com

Diener electronic vacuum systems are used in development, research and series production. Below are some typical applications:

Vacuum degassing

Vacuum degassing removes volatile substances such as solvent or moisture in a controlled process . Degassing is required for many materials to eliminate the negative effects of volatiles. Adverse effects may include: Odors, loss of adhesion during bonding, painting and coating. During degassing, the parts are subjected to the pre-set vacuum . Often the vacuum exposure is carried out with certain levels .

The image shows an example of a degassing process with different pressure levels . The image is represented by in a simplified form by . In practice, it takes a few seconds for the plant to reach the next pressure level. The reached pressure is maintained for a certain time before moving on to the next level. For acceleration process chamber in most cases heated . Vacuum chambers Diener electronic made of extruded aluminum profile enable the heating function to be implemented easily and at low cost.

A typical manufacturing process is as follows:

1. Vacuum degassing parts
2. Plasma activation of parts
3. Coating/bonding/painting/ filling parts

vacuum drying

The so-called vacuum drying is practically the same as degassing in terms of process technology. The task of vacuum drying is to dry products moistened with liquids – water, solvents, etc. A significant advantage of vacuum drying is that the process can be carried out at low temperatures . The lower the pressure, the lower the temperature at which water changes from liquid to vapor.

This enables very gentle drying of valuable and sensitive products at low temperatures .

Manual vacuum filling

One of the subtypes of vacuum degassing is manual vacuum pouring. Filling in the manufacture of high-quality, heavily loaded parts should exclude the presence of air inclusions in the material. With manual vacuum pouring, the parts are molded at atmospheric pressure . The gases are then removed in a vacuum chamber. This process allows for bubble-free and high-quality pouring by hand. This is of interest primarily for small-scale production, development and research . In order to obtain an optimum result with manual vacuum filling , it is important to maintain the pressure levels defined . Also, special potting compounds that are not suitable for processing in conventional potting machines can be used.

Height simulation

Nowadays, many products must be adapted to transport in aircraft . In the cargo compartments of aircraft, pressure equalization is performed , but it is not able to compensate for all pressure fluctuations . Pressures below 800 mbar (abs. ) occur. The Diener electronic test setup allows the to simulate the action of this pressure . Significantly lower pressure levels can also be achieved – e.g. for testing product properties in the event of a sudden pressure drop .

Some mechanisms, such as electric motors , also work outside pressurized cabins. In this case, their perfect functioning must be ensured. With the appropriate cable glands these motors can be operated inside the vacuum chamber .

Products operated in space must withstand loads significantly higher than standard. During the test, pressure 9 is simulated0123 10 -6 mbar and below. To achieve these low pressures, requires the Turbomolecular Pump with a suitable auxiliary pump.

Overview of MicroBeauty Vacuum Body Shape

Good afternoon, Olga Kamalova, cosmetologist from Lasertech, is in touch.

Today we have a review of a very interesting device, it is called MicroBeauty Vacuum Body Shape.

This device combines the following technologies:

  • Vacuum roller impact

  • Ultrasonic exposure

  • infrared exposure

  • RF – exposure

These technologies can be combined with each other in one session. Can be isolated from each other by pressing the corresponding key on the interface of the device.

This is very convenient, because here we do not lose clients who have specific contraindications for any of the technologies.

For example, if there is a pacemaker in the body, we do not use electricity in the form of RF exposure. If there is a side hernia, we do not use ultrasound in this place, but we can provide any other of the declared procedures.

Several technologies can be used both synergistically and separately to work with the skin of the face and body, to solve such aesthetic problems as:

That is, the device can be used to solve certain problems and to restore the skin and subcutaneous fat after surgery.

What procedures can be performed on the device?

  • RF face lifting

  • Body shaping

  • Cellulite removal

  • Detox (cleansing tissues from toxins)

  • Strengthening lymphatic drainage and microcirculation (elimination of edema)

  • Neocollagenesis and, as a result, improved skin quality, elimination of atony and sagging

What results of work can be obtained when working on the device?

RF face lifting

Exposure to electric current in the radio frequency range leads to heat generation in certain layers of the skin, which will certainly affect the activation of biochemical and physical processes.

For example, in the dermis or the skin itself, under the influence of heat, blood flow and lymph flow are activated. This will lead to an improvement in tissue trophism, elimination of edema and activation of the cellular composition of the dermis. The fibroblast cell actively synthesizes the components of the intercellular composition of the dermis.

In the environment of which collagen fibers of types 1 and 3 are observed. They make up the same elastic and durable frame that makes the skin of the face strong and smooth.

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Body shaping

With the help of vacuum-roller massage, tissues are kneaded, blood supply is increased and edema is eliminated. You can model the contours of the body, figure, make it precise or radically solve the problem with excess subcutaneous fat.

Under the action of ultrasound, it is possible to significantly reduce the volume of subcutaneous fat.

With the activation of RF exposure and heat generation in tissues, metabolism and lipogenesis are triggered with a decrease in subcutaneous fat in volume. Infrared light gently creates a depot of heat in the tissues and has an anti-inflammatory effect.

Cellulite removal

Cellulitis is an inflammation of the subcutaneous fat with enlarged adipocytes in size, with the formation of blood and lymphostasis, accumulation of decay products, tissue intoxication and edema in the intercellular space.

Cellulite divided into 4 stages:

  • initial

  • edematous

  • micronodular

  • macronodular

Vacuum-roller massage perfectly softens and kneads large adipocytes, helps to eliminate congestion in the intercellular space and remove toxic metabolic products.

The impact of low-frequency ultrasound leads to a decrease in the number of adipocytes.

Detox

Intensive heating of the area from RF exposure promotes faster blood flow and elimination of edema. Infrared light has anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effects.

The use of ultrasound in the low-frequency range contributes to the destruction of adipocytes in principle, which will affect the weight and appearance of cellulite in the direction of reducing the appearance.

Strengthening of lymphatic drainage and microcirculation (elimination of edema)

Vacuum-roller massage with 2 maniples, with different diameters of the working window, will help eliminate swelling.

Neocollagenesis and, as a result, improvement of skin quality, elimination of atony and laxity

Bipolar RF and infrared light, as synergists, work better in warming up the dermal layer of the skin, promoting contraction of collagen fibers and stimulating the production of new collagen and elastin fibers. The procedure allows you to get the effect of lifting and reduction of the skin flap immediately after the procedure, and after some time!

Machine specifications

Wavelength of IR light 940 nm
Weight 68 kg
Laser intensity 20 watt
vacuum pressure 20-90 kPa
Multipolar RF frequency 1 MHz
Cavitation frequency 40 kHz
Screen 10” touch
Power consumption 750 W
Input voltage 220V, 50Hz or 110V, 60Hz

Number of sessions by procedures and intervals between them

Ultrasonic cavitation can be performed in a course of 5 procedures, once every 7-10 days

Vacuum-roller massage course of 10 procedures, 1 time in 2-3 days

Exposure to bipolar RF and infrared light in a course of 10 procedures, 1 time in 7 days.

Contraindications when using the apparatus

  • Umbilical hernia for ultrasonic cavitation

  • Pacemaker, heart rate generator, insulin pump (for RF)

  • Large metal structures (for RF)

  • Vitiligo (for infrared light)

  • Photosensitizing drugs (for infrared light)

Who is the device

intended for?
Who is the Vacuum Body Shape machine suitable for?

  • masseurs

  • beauticians

Training on the apparatus

When buying a device, our customers receive effective training for free!

The format of training to choose from: online or in our office in Moscow.

Training consists of 3 main stages:

  1. Theoretical part.

  2. We analyze the varieties, principles of operation and technical aspects of the equipment.