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Vacuum Bags - Pack of 10

Vacuum Bags - Pack of 10

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Numatic microfibre vacuum cleaner dust bags with 5 layer filtration - Pack of 10

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£5.95 Pack of 10 (ex. VAT)

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Vacuum Bags - Pack of 10

Numatic microfibre vacuum cleaner dust bags with 5 layer filtration. Plastic collar ensures a secure seal to minimise dust escape. These bags will fit Harry, Henry, Hetty, James, Basil and other commercial machine models.

 

Manufactured by Qualtex and equivalent to Numatic (Henry) NVM-1CH hepaflo dust bags these bags offer improved filtration and maximum suction power right up until the bag is full without risk of the bag splitting compared to the conventional paper dust bags.

These dust bags fit a range of Numatic and Quickclean vacuum cleaners. Specifically the Henry HVR200, Hetty HET200, James, NVR200 Numatic models and the AS200B & AS100R Quickclean models. But most commonly found and used on the Henry vacuum cleaner.

 

Pack of 10.

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