Hepa filters


All the air that passes through a vacuum cleaner is subsequently air we breathe in, which means that filtration requirements are always increasing and modern vacuums cannot avoid the need for HEPA and EPA filters. These HEPA and EPA filters are the primary component used to markedly improve the quality of air that issues from your vacuum when you vacuum up dust and debris.

It is necessary to remember that the air passing through the vacuum also simultaneously cools its motor. If we don’t replace dirty and clogged HEPA filters, this could result in overheating and subsequent damage to the vacuum. 

Change your HEPA filters regularly – for both your health and that of your vacuum cleaner.

You can find out your vacuum’s model on the label on the underside of your vacuum.

Hepa filters for the most popular vacuum cleaner brands

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All the brands are in alphabetical order

Hepa filters for more than 83 brands and 6000 models of vacuum cleaners

The advantages of VACS bags and how they are manufactured

VACS bags are made from non-woven fabric that has 5 layers of filtration material and is one of the most modern technologies used for thorough filtration.

Extended lifespan

Extended lifespan

In comparison with paper bags, VACS bags have a 50% longer lifespan
More effective filtration

More effective filtration

Synthetic non-woven fabric filters out up to 99% of micron-sized particles – up to 40% more than paper bags.
Durable seams

Durable seams

VACS bags are substantially more durable and don’t tear if they draw in moisture
Sanitary sealing collar

Sanitary sealing collar

A sanitary sealing collar keeps dust exactly where it belongs, meaning inside the bag.

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