The company’s V1, V2, V4, and V6 series are a.c.-powered vacuum cleaner motors. The V1 series reportedly allows moisture in vacuum air, which means it can be used in both dry and wet applications. The V2 series is similar to the V1 series, but is more compact and can be used in jet blowers. Allowing a higher input power ranging from 1,000 to 1,600 W and resulting in a higher efficiency, the V4 series has a minimum life of 700 hr. The V6 series supports low input power between 400 and 600 W and is said to be suitable for a hand-held vacuum cleaner with a cord, such as stick cleaners.
The company also offers the V3 and V5 series. The V3 series can be driven by d.c. or a.c. voltage, and it allows a wide power range varying from 400 to 1,600 W. Triple stage is provided with through-flow and by-pass structures for this series. The triple-stage V3 series rates a higher power and a longer life of 1,000 hr for high voltage and 1,500 hr for low voltage. According to the company, its product produces less noise, making it suitable for commercial vacuum cleaners, floor scrubbers, carpet extractors, high-end upright/canister vacuum cleaners, jet blowers, wet-dry pickups, and steam vacuum cleaners. A d.c.-powered vacuum cleaner motor, the V5 series is portable and rechargeable, making it suitable for small, hand-held, and high-power battery-operated vacuum cleaners.