MORE PRODUCTIVITY. BETTER FILTRATION. BETTER VALUE.
Spectrum™ upright vacuums deliver superior pickup and filtration, with the power to pull dirt and dust from carpets in a single cleaning pass, resulting in greater productivity. The 12P and 15P feature a two-stage, 1000-watt motor. The 15D and 18D add a brush motor to deliver 1,350 watts of power.
The innovative design of the Spectrum power head creates a seal with the carpet surface to agitate and capture dirt and dust that other vacuums miss. This design has earned the Carpet & Rug Institute (CRI) Seal of Approval, meeting the industry’s latest pickup and filtration standards for vacuum performance.
Spectrum’s superior filtration is due to a three-stage filtration system, which includes a certified H.E.P.A. filter, and delivers superior indoor air quality that operators and building occupants are sure to appreciate.
A full complement of tools and design features make Spectrum easy to use and maintain, including a versatile quick-draw detailing wand, simple brush and handle height adjustments and the convenient cord restraint and storage features. Vacuum maintenance is a breeze thanks to features such as a bag full/clog light, unique quick-change bag design, and a service-free belt system with a two-year warranty.
Spectrum offers better performance and increased productivity at a fraction of the cost to clean. When compared on dirt pickup and filtration, Spectrum literally leaves its more expensive counterparts in the dust.
PERFORMANCE & FEATURES
- 50-foot safety yellow cord, with restraint to protect against cord abuse
- Easy to adjust brush height, warning light alerts operators when the brush is too low
- Convenient front handle for lifting
- Three-stage filtration includes certified H.E.P.A. filter
- Tool-free removable brush
- Easy-release foot pedal turns the brush motor on or off when in the upright position
MANUALS & LITERATURE
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