Vacuum Cleaner Invention

The vacuum cleaner, initially named as carpet sweeper, was invented by Daniel Hess in the United States.  The machine had rotating brush like the modern vacuum cleaners and had a bellow mechanism on the top of the body to generate suction.  Daniel Hess received a patent for his carpet sweeper on July 10, 1860.

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