Vacuum CleanersLow Energy Consumption,
Top Performance

Vacuum cleaners do not use the most electricity in a household.

However, according to the European Union, they burnt a total of 18TWh in 2005 over the whole of Europe. This consumption could reach 34TWh in 2020. That’s why the European Eco-concept or Eco-design Directive has requested vacuum cleaner manufacturers to design new products which are less energy guzzling and are more respectful of the environment.

For Rowenta, an environmental standard is also a challenge which incites innovation. The brand has decided to be ahead of the game.

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technologie rowenta

In vacuum cleaners, motors are the cornerstone of performance and silence. The cutting-edge technology of the new EffiTech Motor system produces ultimate energy efficiency through greater dust pick-up with less energy use. Performance is not the result of wattage but a combination of air flow and suction head. Thanks to these technologies, 100% of Rowenta vaccum cleaners have reached A grade in Energy Efficiency..


With only 550W, Silence Force 4A+ puts ultimate performance and extreme silence within reach for an unprecedented cleaning experience. Grade-A+ energy ratings come together with brand-new exclusive 3-position high-efficiency P3WER GLIDE head to ensure perfect results on any surface, from hard floors to low and high pile carpets, with a wide variety of enhanced features completing the perfect silent vacuum cleaner package.


With only 750W, Silence Force 4A is a bagless vacuum cleaner that combines exceptional cleaning performance with the comfort of extreme silence-in-use. New P3WER GLIDE 3-position head delivers 4AAAA performance on all surfaces, while enhanced ergonomics provide easier dust management and high-efficiency filtration captures 99.98% of dust.* * Dust reemission <0.02%

And the energy label ?

Mandatory since September 2014 on vacuum cleaners, it provides information on the products based on criteria that apply to all brands. Recognized in 28 countries, it is a way for customers to compare different models.

On the label the energy efficiency is the combination of energy consumption and the average efficiency of vacuum cleaning.

Cleaning Performance is divided into 2 indicators: dust pick-up performance on carpets (A to E) and dust pick-up performance on hard floors (A to F).