The Nitro is where durability and affordability meet. The CleanMax Nitro upright is jam-packed with long-lasting components like a metal brushroll with replaceable brushstrips, a metal handle tube, a metal cord hook and a metal telescopic wand all designed to ensure dependable service day after day. Plus, this machine features a 40-foot, 3-wire cord with a pigtail for quick and easy cord replacement. The Nitro’s powerful motor provides one-pass cleaning on everything from bare floors to carpets, and the ultraconvenient on-board tool arrangement makes quick work of baseboards and other above-floor cleaning. If you’re looking for a high-quality vacuum, but you’re on a tight budget, look no further than the Nitro.

  • Carpet Height Adjustment: 5 Positions
  • Belt Type: Flat
  • Bottom Plate Material: Plastic
  • Brushroll Type: Metal
  • Cord Length: 40 Feet 3-Wire with Pigtail
  • Filtration: HEPA Media
  • Handle Tube Material: Metal
  • Headlight: No
  • On Off Switch Location: On Nozzle
  • Power Amp Watts: 10 Amps
  • Motor Protection: Thermal and Pressure Activated
  • On Board Tools: Metal Telescopic Wand and 11' Cleaning Reach
  • Length Of Warranty: 1 Year
  • Wheel Type: Rubber
  • Certification: ETL Approved Carpet and Rug Institute Seal of Approval - Gold
Specifications
The CleanMax CMNR-QD Nitro is a commercial upright 40' 3-Wire cord onboard with QuickDraw tools including a metal telescopic wand and 11' cleaning reach.

How Do Vacuums Receive a CRI Rating?

Vacuums with the CRI (Carpet and Rug Institute) Seal of Approval must pass a number of tests to ensure they are cleaning effectively and leaving carpets undamaged during vacuuming.

• Soil Removal: vacuums must remove a substantial amount of dirt from carpeting.

• Dust Containment: dust must remain trapped and unable to reenter the air after cleaning to ensure the indoor air quality isn’t negatively affected by vacuuming.

• Surface Appearance Change: carpeting must be undamaged after repeated vacuuming.

If a vacuum cleaner passes these tests, it receives a CRI Seal of Approval, but it’s not a simple pass or fail system. A vacuum that passes the Carpet and Rug Institute’s stringent tests is then ranked gold, silver or bronze based on its combined scores on these tests.