Replacement Parts for Your Eureka Vacuum Belt System

Written By Arman Zulhajar on Sunday, March 11, 2012 | 1:07 AM

By Kento Wallman


Are you wanting to start the replacement of your Eureka vacuum parts? Your Eureka vacuum cleaner is undoubtedly one of the many important things you rely on to keep the dirt-free and dust-free environment in your home. Without your vacuum cleaner your floors and house carpet will be a total pig stye. To dramatically increase the life of your Eureka vacuum or any vacuum cleaner you will want to keep the vacuum parts from wearing out too fast so you ought to make it a quarterly project to clean your machine or replace any worn out parts.

Your probably asking yourself the same question as many other people I have spoke with about this topic, which is how frequently should I inspect the parts and belts of my vacuum cleaner? And when should I replace them. If your vacuum cleaner is constantly being used extraneously then it is highly susceptible to break. To assist you in deciding how to determine what may need replacing, you should first seek to understand how vacuum belts function on your vacuum cleaner. Here are some maintenance items you should know:If your vacuum cleaner is constantly being used extraneously then it is highly susceptible to break. To help you in your decision of how to best determine what needs replacing, you should first understand how vacuum belts function on your vacuum cleaner. Here are some maintenance items you should know:

Vacuum cleaners have belts sometimes multiple belts that rotate the brush roll of your vacuum. These brush rolls spin the broom quill strands of the vacuum which allow for maximum circulation of airflow to the vacuum bag that contains the captured dust or dirt particles sucked into the machine. Running your vacuum continuously for hours at a time usually causes these Eureka vacuum belts to become hot and fragile with micro fractures that wear out rapidly causing the brush roll on your vacuum to turn less until they are moving at a snail's pace. The slower the brush roll moves the less effective the vacuum is at cleaning your carpet.

There a variety of types of vacuum parts and belts that your Eureka vacuum cleaner may require such as the flat rubber vacuum belt or smooth vacuum belt or geared vacuum belt. The flat belts are usually the least costly of the three types mentioned here. This is because the flat Eureka vacuum belts are more often than not made of an economical cheap rubber composite that simply wears away completely and stretches beyond repair following a month of only 10-15 hours of use. With these types of belts, it is highly recommended by vacuum manufacturers and experts everywhere to have at least several replacement belts in hand or in storage because the vacuum belts wear out so quickly leaving you searching for another cheap vacuum belt every couple months.

Alternatively the geared belts are a slightly more money but are a better type of vacuum belt. Not all vacuums will allow you to use the geared belt but if this is an option for your machine its better than a flat belt. The geared Eureka vacuum belts are typically part of the manufactures premium model vacuums since the geared vacuum belts have multiple teeth that rotate on the cogs inside the vacuum motor. Usually the geared vacuum belt machines cost a bit more due to the fact that they come outfitted with the geared vacuum belt. However the geared vacuum belts won't break as easily so you can use them for a great deal longer before replacement.




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