Panasonic: The Company
When you hear the name Panasonic, what immediately comes to mind may be electronics or entertainment systems, but rarely do you think of vacuum cleaners. Panasonic manufactures a large variety of products, including home appliances like vacuum cleaners.
A Japanese-based company, Panasonic began in 1918 with the invention of a two-socket light fixture by Konosuke Matsushita, who soon after founded the company that eventually became Panasonic. Established in America in 1959, the Matsushita Electric Corporation of America, as it was known, gained the name Panasonic Corporation of North America in 2005. Today, it continues to manufacture and deliver a wide range of products throughout the United States and to countries around the world.
Besides its dedication to consumers worldwide, Panasonic is also dedicated to encouraging environmental sustainability. Not only has Panasonic pledged to increase production of more energy-efficient products, but the company is also actively involved in recycling of electronics. Working with Manufacturers Recycling Management Company, LLC, Panasonic has nearly 400 drop-off recycling centers. In 2009, Panasonic was named as one of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World.
Though Panasonic manufactures many products aimed at industries and commercial use, Panasonic also offers a list of home appliances as well, including kitchen appliances, irons, and vacuum cleaners. Panasonic vacuums are available as:
- upright vacuums
- platinum line vacuums
- canister vacuums
- commercial vacuums
Panasonic vacuums are designed for ease of use, long-lasting design, and power for high quality vacuuming performance. For example, Panasonic Platinum vacuums are built with rugged components for long-lasting, high quality performance. Its commercial vacuums are made specifically for larger areas such as hotels or restaurants where carpets and floors receive frequent traffic. Depending on your vacuuming need, Panasonic offers a good variety of vacuums for your convenience and need.
Panasonic Vacuum Filters
With Panasonic’s emphasis on consumers and the environment in which they live, Panasonic also wishes to enhance the indoor environment of consumers by providing vacuums with filtration systems for removing microscopic particles. As you vacuum, these particles are spewed into the air, where they are easily breathed. Unfortunately, these particulates—for example, dust mite debris, mold spores, pet dander, etc.—are harmful when breathed, sometimes trigger asthma and allergies. This is why you many times sneeze and cough while vacuuming.
Vacuum filters are made to reduce the amount of air pollution while vacuuming and to keep these air particulates from escaping back into the air. Panasonic offers electrostatic filters, dust filters, and HEPA filters for trapping microscopic particles. Electrostatic filters work like a magnet; given an electrostatic charge, this media pulls oppositely charged air particles, trapping them in the media. These are highly efficient media, as are HEPA filters. HEPA filters use special filter technology to remove 99.97% of particles 0.3 microns and larger, including particulates like dust mites/debris, mold spores, pet dander, pollen grains, tobacco smoke, and grasses.
With highly efficient filter media, Panasonic vacuums keep the air cleaner and healthier to breathe, and this also improves the overall performance of the vacuum cleaner. By capturing particles, vacuum filters reduce the amount of pressure put on the vacuum, meaning a longer-lasting vacuum life. For a healthier breathing environment, as well as better vacuuming performance, do not forget to order your Panasonic vacuum filters; order today!