According to the drying capacity, clothes dryer are mainly divided into two categories: industrial and residential. The drying capacity of residential clothes dryer is generally around 6 kilograms, with power ranging from 1 to 2 kilowatts. With the continuous refinement of market demand, clothes dryer have gradually been refined for specific purposes, such as small commercial clothes dryer specifically designed for the beauty and hairdressing industry that have recently emerged. Nowadays, the most commonly used in households is the washing and drying machine, which has both the function of a washing machine and a clothes dryer. After the clothes are washed, the drying program can be switched directly, and the clothes can be dried in minutes. After being taken out, they only need to be hung up briefly and can be worn, which is very convenient.
Residential clothes dryer. The size of the clothes dryer is designed according to the weight of the washable clothes that the product can handle. The most common residential clothes dryer, based on a drying capacity of 10 kilograms, has dimensions of approximately 600x600x850mm. Different brands may have differences in size, so the actual size of the product should prevail.
Although the use of clothes dryer in modern family life is already very common, when choosing one, it is not necessarily the bigger the better. It is still necessary to choose a suitable one based on the actual needs of the family. It is recommended that you learn about the size of the product in advance and reserve enough space for installation and use after returning home.
In general, the power of clothes dryer is usually around 500 watts to 1000 watts. The power of the clothes dryer should not be too large or too small. If the power is too large, it will damage the clothes and consume more energy. However, if the power of the clothes dryer is too small, it will extend the time required to dry clothes.
The clothes dryer requires continuous transmission of heat to achieve the drying effect, so the power consumption is relatively large. But in order to save more electricity, it is recommended to choose a clothes dryer with a higher starting power. The power of a residential clothes dryer is generally the power required to heat up when turned on, around 900W or 1000W, and the power required to maintain a constant temperature is also around 600W to 650W, which is approximately two degrees of electricity for three hours.
A hot air clothes dryer uses high-temperature airflow to flow over the surface of clothes, heating and taking away the evaporated moisture to rapidly dry clothes. The commonly used heating methods are electric wire heating and semiconductor (PTC) heating. A heating element made of semiconductor automatically reduces power in the environment (inside or around the clothes dryer), saving energy while also protecting clothes by controlling the maximum temperature. The latest clothes dryer use heat pump compressor technology, which can achieve the effect of drying clothes without damaging them at a relatively low temperature of about 55-65 degrees Celsius.