TODAY’S PATENT – MODULAR VACUM CLEANING SYSTEM
The MODULAR VACUM CLEANING SYSTEM was invented by Willie D. Kent (Clovis, CA) on the 19th of June 1990 , bearing patent number US4934017A.
The present invention relates generally to the field of portable vacuum cleaning machines and to wet/dry vacuuming and wet extraction cleaning machines.
A multiple function, modular vacuum cleaning system is described having a vacuum head which is releasably mounted on a waste recovery tank to form a first, portable wet/dry vacuum cleaning machine. The wet/dry vacuum cleaning machine in turn can be mounted on a cleaning solution tank to provide a second portable machine having wet extraction as well as wet and dry vacuum capabilities. In one aspect, the present invention is a multiple function vacuum cleaning machine which comprises a top vacuum head, a waste recovery tank and a bottom cleaning solution storage tank. The vacuum head and waste recovery tank can be separated from the chemical cleaning solution storage tank to form a separate self-contained portable vacuum cleaning machine. One object of the present invention to provide a portable, self-contained, modular wet extraction vacuum cleaning system, the units of which can be separated to provide a second portable self-contained, modular vacuum cleaning machine that performs wet and dry vacuuming functions