TODAY’S PATENT – VACUUM DEVICE
Portable vacuum devices are apparatus used for cleaning both dry and wet debris and waste. They are very efficient and widely used. Emerson J. Purkapile received his patent for the invention, “Vacuum device” (US4569100A) from the USPTO on 11th February 1986.
The present invention relates to an enhanced portable vacuum which has been duly organised so as to have a sufficiently large chamber for collecting debris and waste. It does not cover a lot of space and facilitates in carrying the waste. However, the biggest disadvantage of this devices is insufficient capacity chambers. The primary objective of the device is to create an enhanced portable vacuum device which has a better storage capacity and is organised efficiently so as to manage large number of debris and waste easily.