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No, not that kind of baked.
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It won't be silenced, but at least much less noise than
usual vacuum cleaners:
Compressed air sent out onto rug or area to be cleaned,
then dust filled air is retrieved using a Venturi valve
Some of the air could be sent upwards out of a wide
exit, in a
after the venturi valve, so that not all the
"sent to the dust".
Filled during the night slowly, or using changeable
air containers filled at the store, you'll get a quite
||1: Does the air traverse the rug explosively, or gradually like an air hockey table?
||2: Now that several cats worth of hair is floating in the room above the rug, is the pump to dispose of this air located somewhere central in the room, or as part of an overlying device (like a vacuum cleaner). A central pump would be something like a house fan, I suppose?