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Tumble Dryers

When you have a large family, drying the wet laundry turns into a nightmare without having a tumble dryer. We simply cannot always hang our clothes outside because of lack of proper drying area or a garden at home or because of particular weather conditions. That’s where tumble dryers become a must.

Technological breakthroughs over the past few years have led to the production of more sophisticated ones, which tend to be more efficient and also at the same time it also utilizes relatively lesser energy.

Tumble dryers today can be found in many different shapes, color and sizes. They could be picked in accordance with one’s needs i.e. should your family is a big one, then you may need a bigger dryer so as to cater to more clothes and therefore saves time. They variety are also there to match the theme of the property. Though, there are numerous types available, it could broadly be classified in 3 types i.e. the vented type, gas run type and the condenser type.

In condenser models, because they don’t need a hose out from the back side of the machine they can be fixed anywhere inside the house and hence is the best suited one for small homes. Moisture from the wet clothes is gathered in a self-sealed tray or bottle during the drying procedure and this can be emptied after each cycle.

Vented Dryers requires an air vent and therefore need a place near an outside wall with a hole to allow the machine’s hose out which will pass the warm moist air created throughout the drying process.

The standard type of tumble dryers, also called as the entry-level dryers, spin the drum that contains the wet clothes, in one direction only. This leads to tangling of clothes and also may cause creases on them, thus making it challenging to iron. The better models, however, cause less tangling of garments and also the crease is less, since they use the reverse action dryer, where the drum spins in both the directions simultaneously. This way the clothes untangle themselves easily, due to the two way spin.

To save energy, many of these dryers are measured with sensors that could indicate when the clothes are completely dry. For that reason, it may avoid needless waste of energy. For woolen clothes, there is also an option called crease guard. This will let the woolen clothes to dry faster without the creasing.

Few models don’t have sensors and have Timer Models wherein the consumer has to set the timing as in washing machines of how much time to dry the filled in clothes. While making use of this model of dryers one has to carefully set the timings of drying because over drying will leave the clothes rough and stiff that’ll be hard for ironing.

Though some combinations can maintain the performance of the dryer, they are relatively more expensive. Therefore, careful choices have to be made accordingly.

 

 

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