Numatic (Henry) Henry NVM-1CH 3 Layer HepaFlo Filter Vacuum Bags - Pack of 10

Stock Number: ES479302

Manufactured by Numatic (Henry)

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Numatic (Henry) Vacuum Cleaners


Henry NVM-1CH 3 Layer HepaFlo Filter Vacuum Bags - Pack of 10

Has your Henry lost his suction? Maintain your vacuum's performance with these high efficiency triple layer HepaFlo dust bags designed for optimal cleanliness and convenience.


  • Pack includes: x 10 vacuum bags
  • Features 3 layers to filter even the finest particles
  • Plastic Collar
  • Type: NVM-1CH

Genuine Numatic spares pack for select 'Henry', 'James' and 'Hetty' vacuum cleaners -

Please see the list of compatible vacuum models prior to purchase.

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  • Henry Rules

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    By - Canvey Island

    Ordered two packs as they were on offer and although you can find them cheaper on a certain auction site its always a gamble if they are fakes. I have always used these bags as they are so much better than the paper ones.
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    By - Wiltshire

    My vacuum bags arrived early and do a great job. Will happily recommend espares. I have been using them for years.
  • Hoover bags.

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    By - France

    I have just received my order of "Henry" hoover bags, having only ordered them a week ago.I am in France and can"t find them here. Also all hoover bags are very expensive here.

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  • Q Are the hepaflo filters the ones that are suitable for catching asbestos dust? And can they be fitted to a normal, domestic Henry vacuum? 2 Answers

    By Anonymous - 09 February 2010

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      I wouldn't like to comment on the asbestos dust, but yes to fitting your normal Henry

      By fergie77 - Renfrewshire - 26 February 2010

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      No these wiil not be suitable for use on asbestos, see more information on this website about it's uses. Yes they are for Henry appliances, just check the 'Models This Part Fits' section.

      By eSparesToby eSpares Staff - 09 February 2010


    Because they're synthetic, and not paper, i have a doubt that they are reusable, are they ? if so; when they get full i just empty them and refit a new bag? is there a limit to how long i can do this with one bag ?

    By GetReal - London - 27 February 2014

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      Unless they say on the bag or packaging it must be assumed that these are not reusable.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 27 February 2014

  • Q What material are these bags made of? 1 Answer

    By thebooks - 12 May 2010

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      It's difficult to say as there's no ingredients on the box! At first sight I'd have said they're a papery material like paper towels but feeling them, they seem like a strong woven jeye-cloth sort of material (without the checks of course!). Hope this helps.

      By reikideed - Hastings - 31 May 2010

  • Q Will this fit my vac? 1 Answer

    I have the Henry Hound which is not listed but the cleaners that are listed use the same bags as I have used in the past. I am guessing, therefore, that these will be suitable too. Am I correct?

    By Jeanie - 18 March 2009

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      yes they will,and be more efficient than the regular type.

      By henrietta - east sussex - 14 April 2009