A new vacuum part that can suck in air through a hole and deliver it to a nearby vacuum can be a big deal.
This vacuum part, which is being tested at a research facility in Michigan, can suck up air from the ground, pump air through holes and deliver the air to a vacuum cleaner.
The vacuum vacuum can work as a sort of remote air filter, sucking up and distorting air as it passes through.
The technology, however, isn’t a new idea.
The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) first published an application in 2013 for a vacuum vacuum that could suck up and filter air.
But that vacuum vacuum, according to the patent application, is “not intended for commercial applications.”
The vacuum part is made by using two electrodes to connect the vacuum to a battery and two electrodes connected to the vacuum outlet.
The battery provides power to the device and can be used to charge the vacuum.
The device itself is made from a plastic, aluminum, and glass tube that has a hole punched in it.
The electrodes, which are attached to the bottom of the vacuum tube, then attach to the electrodes of the air filter.
The power from the vacuum is transferred to the air filters via an inductive coil.
The air filter is attached to a sensor that measures pressure in the air, and the pressure sensor sends the sensor readings to the controller.
The controller controls the flow of air through the air filtration system, using a joystick.
The inventor of the new vacuum vacuum says that his vacuum is the “first vacuum vacuum,” and he believes that the device is a “game changer.”
“This is the first vacuum vacuum with direct contact to the ground,” said James A. Rolfe, a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Pennsylvania, in an interview with IEEE Spectrum.
“The idea is that you can connect the two electrodes together and that’s what you’re doing with the vacuum,” Rolfer said.
The design of the device, which uses an inductively coupled device, is a departure from the designs of other vacuum cleaners, which have a capacitor in the middle that is connected to a resistor that can be pulled from the outside.
Ralfe says the new device, although “unique” to the USPTO, is an improvement on the designs used in the past.
He also said that the vacuum vacuum will be more environmentally friendly.
“It’s a small part,” Ralfer said, “so there’s no emissions of carbon dioxide.”
The company is still testing the vacuum part’s design and expects to submit a patent application to the U.S. Patent and Trade Office in the first quarter of 2019.
It’s also been reported that the company is working with the Department of Energy to develop a commercial version of the unit, which will be a “mini-vacuum vacuum,” according to a report by TechCrunch.
The company hopes to sell its vacuum vacuum in 2019 or 2020.