Hoover Company

Hoover Company - Hoover Company Product Development (Vacuum...

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Hoover Company Product Development ( Vacuum Cleaner) In 1811, an Englishman named James came up with an invention that today saves us a great deal of time. That invention was the first patented mechanical device designed specifically for floor sweeping. It wasn’t until 1907 that Murray Spangler, a building maintenance man faced with cleaning endless hallways, found a way to improve on Humes invention by developing a motor that attached to the sweeping machine. In 1908, Spangler teamed up with William H. Hoover, and the Hoover Suction Sweeper Company was formed. Since then, Hoover has led the cleaning appliance industry by developing and marketing some of the most efficient, easy to use appliances in the U.S. and abroad. It’s interesting to note that most Hoover vacuum cleaners still use the agitation/suction system that Spangler originally invented. Recently, Hoover has introduced the New WindTunnel Canister. Hoover, the floor-care innovator, has moved to revolutionize the canister cleaner category with its famous WindTunnel technology. Meet the WindTunnel canister. It picks
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