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Numatic PPH320A2 Vacuum Cleaner - Hepa-Flo Filtration

Numatic products
Product code: 103650
  • H14 Hepa-Flo filtration
  • Plugged cable rewind
  • AutoSave energy saving technology
  • Complete with accessory Kit A1
  • Wand docking
  • Manufacturers reference PPH320A2
The PPH has all the many advanced features of the ProVac model range with an additional Hepa filter module achieving an exceptional H14 - 99.997% standard, down to 0.3 micron particle size. Equipped with AutoSave the PPH320A provides powerful cleaning and upto 50% energy savings. Now with the unique plugged cable rewind system, allowing simple cable replacement if needed. HepaFlo filtration not only raises performance standards but provides for clean and convenient emptying when full. Continue Reading
RRP £309.21 £371.05
£241.99£290.38 ex VATinc VAT
Save £67.22£80.67 (22%)
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Product Specification

Certification CE
Automatic Cord Rewind Yes
Bin or Bag Capacity 12.0litres
Cleaner Type Bagged Cylinder
Dust Collection Vorticity main floorhead
Filter HEPA filter
Handle Style Foldable
Tools/Accessories Included Accessory Kit A1
Type of Hose Touch metal tubes
3-Pin Plug Fitted Yes
Motor Power Rating 1200.0 watts
Voltage/Frequency 230V AC / 50 to 60Hz
Noise Level 67.1dB
Brand Numatic
Manufacturer Number PPH320A2
Model Name PPH320-A2
Air Flow 42.0litres/min
Cleaner Head Dual Mode Floor Tool
Cleaning Surfaces Multi-Surface
Edge to Edge Cleaning Yes
Maximum Reach 31.8m
Movement Type Fixed Wheel
Stair Cleaning Yes
Suction Pressure 2500mm/Water
Colour White
Cord Length 12.5m
Dimensions 35.5cm (W) x 35.5cm (D) x 46.5cm (H) - Weight 7.7kg
Form Factor Vacuum Cleaner
Hose Length 31.8m
In The Box 1 x Numatic ProVac PPH320-A2 Vacuum Cleaner (White/Black) Ref 838209
Pack Quantity 1
User Controls
Floor Type Selector Yes
User Controls On/Off Switch; Cable Rewind; AutoSave 50% Energy Conservation
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