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Review Service Vacuums Please

By mamamacho ·
Can anyone who has used a service vacuum on their equipment give me some reviews, make, model numbers? I have 115 computers in my school and am tired of bringing my home vacuum,which doesn't work well anyway in crevices. They are expensive and I want to be sure I get one that sucks well! (no pun intended)
It is too expensive to use the air cans for so many computers.
Thank you Thank you

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Here is a link

by IC-IT In reply to Review Service Vacuums Pl ...

It also has some reviews. Never use a home vacuum to clean a computer, there is too much risk of damage.

http://www.nextag.com/computer-vacuum/stores-html

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Best I've Used

by TheChas In reply to Review Service Vacuums Pl ...

The 3M service vacuum is the best one I have used.

The big benefits are that you have an ESD safe vacuum cleaner with wands that let you get into some tight spaces.

In addition, the HEPA filters do the job, and the suction is very good.

http://www.precision.com/cleaning/data_vacuum.htm?gclid=CL3CiqmL_Z8CFUaN5wodoTr0lw

Yes, they are expensive. But, they are worth the cost. The above link was the low price vendor from a link at Amazon. That gives you a reference price to work from as you search dealers you trust.

Chas

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"am tired of bringing my home vacuum"

by seanferd In reply to Review Service Vacuums Pl ...

Please never use a regular vacuum cleaner of any sort on a computer. See the above comment about ESD.

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I could have fun with that

by santeewelding In reply to "am tired of bringing my ...

But I won't.

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I suppose you already have.

by seanferd In reply to I could have fun with tha ...

Because now I'm guessing a bit.

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