As your Heat Pump Tumble Dryer is kinder to your clothes, you can now include multiple fabric types into one load up to the maximum capacity of your tumble dryer**. So even though it takes your Heat Pump Tumble Dryer more time to dry, you have now the opportunity to do one cycle for all of your clothes instead of one for each fabric type.
For the most efficient drying cycle, make sure you let the cycle finish before opening the door. Heat pump dryers use residual heat within the machine to dry your clothes. If you open the door mid-cycle, the heat escapes. The machine adds further time to your drying cycle, each time you open the door to make up for the heat loss.
Make sure the filters and the evaporator are cleaned regularly to get the best out of your machine. For more instructions on this, please check your manual.
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Up to 50% less energy consumption
Your Heat Pump Tumble Dryer uses less than half the energy of a B-rated condenser dryer. Even though a cycle is longer than with a standard condenser dryer, it uses less energy as your Heat Pump tumble dryer reuses the hot air to dry your clothes.
Even though the drying time is a little longer, your Heat Pump Tumble Dryer actually uses less energy than a standard condenser dryer, so you will save money on every drying cycle, vs a standard condenser dryer.
By using cooler temperatures during the drying cycle, Heat Pump Technology means less stress on your favourite clothes, so fibres don’t lose their shape, vibrancy and softness. Together with gentle drum rotations to reduce friction, clothes, linens and towels get the care they deserve, so you get a longer life for your clothes.
By choosing to use a Heat Pump Tumble Dryer, you are contributing to protecting the environment. As your Heat Pump tumble dryer uses up to 50% less energy consumption than a standard condenser dryer.
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