A vacuum cleaner is a household cleaning appliance which uses an air pump to suck up dirt, dust and debris from surfaces. There are many different models, designs and sizes for vacuum cleaners, ranging from small and portable to large industrial models. A regular sized household vacuum cleaner will use between 500 and 3000 watts of energy, an average best selling model will use around 1400 watts.
Click calculate to find the energy consumption of a vacuum cleaner using 1400 Watts for 10 mintes a day or 70 minutes a week @ $0.10 per kWh.
Hours Used Per Day: Enter how many hours the device is being used on average per day, if the power consumption is lower than 1 hour per day enter as a decimal. (For example: 30 minutes per day is 0.5)
Power Use (Watts): Enter the average power consumption of the device in watts.
Price (kWh): Enter the cost you are paying on average per kilowatt hour, our caculators use the default value of 0.10 or 10 cents. To find an exact price check your electricity bill or take a look at Global Electricity Prices.
Energy efficient vacuums with lower power consumptions are becoming more standard, they typically use 600 to 800 watts. If you want to reduce the cost of vacuuming buying an energy efficient model may save you energy over several years, especially if you vacuum often.
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