Whirlpool New Heat Pump Dryer

Whirlpool has launched the new FFT M11 8X3BY SPT heat pump dryer with FreshCare + and a capacity of 8 kg. In addition, thanks to the exclusive 6th Sense technology, the device adapts the necessary resources for each cycle, thus achieving more efficient consumption.

The exclusive FreshCare + system stands out because it is able to take care of the garments inside the dryer by controlling the temperature and the constant movement of the drum. This technology inhibits the proliferation of bad odors, keeping the garments fresh in the drum for up to 6 hours after the end of the drying cycle.

With 8 kg capacity and a large item program, the FreshCare + dryer also saves time on appliance maintenance, as there is no need to clean the condenser filter. She does it on her own thanks to the Autocleaning system.

It also includes special programs for different types of garments and fabrics, such as a special program for wool, which has the Woolmark Blue certificate, which guarantees the best care of wool garments and even a special cycle for jeans.

Guaranteed energy savings

Whirlpool’s new dryer stands out for its energy efficiency with an A +++ rating. By having heat pump technology, it always guarantees optimal drying and lower electricity consumption, since it works at a lower temperature.

And with its intelligent 6th Sense system it detects the amount of clothes and humidity in the drum to set the drying duration and thus optimize the energy used during the process.

On the other hand, the model incorporates a high efficiency SenseInverter motor that works at a variable speed, which allows a special care of the fibers. It also makes the device quieter and more durable.


Miele Eco Tumble dryers

Miele will present some new products characterized, among many other features, by a signiticant level of eco-sustainability. The new tumble dryers are an exemple of this, and will combines clever features offering greater user convenience and gentler fabric care. The particularly climate-friendly flagship model of the Miele’s range exceeds the threshold for the current top A+++ energy efficiency rating by 10%.

According to the company, the GreenPerformance model is not only characterised by maximum energy efficiency at an attractive price, but also stands for resource-saving use of materials. A significant contribution to this is made by the floor module, which was developed from scratch and whose plastic is enriched with nitrogen in an innovative manufacturing process. This saves 30 percent of material – while at the same time improving stability. In addition, the climate-friendly refrigerant R290 is used. Both the new base module and R290 are also used in almost all Miele dryer models.

Added convenience is promised by the DryCare 40 option: all items of clothing washable at 40°C can be tumble-dried without the least worry – even if textiles are not approved for machine drying according to the wash-care label. This is facilitated by reducing the air temperature during the drying process to such a degree that delicate fabrics are dried so gently that damage can reliably be ruled out. DryCare 40 can be selected in a whole series of programmes such as Cottons, Minimum Iron and Shirts. This way, fabrics are placed under the least possible strain. Garments remain soft, retain their shape better and, all in all, last longer.

Moreover, the new HygieneDry setting based on the ‘Extra drying’ function reliably eliminates 99.99% of all bacteria thanks to longer temperature holding times. This is independently endorsed by the Rhein-Waal technical university which has issued HygieneDry with a certificate confirming top-class purity and dependability.

Montpellier newmatching laundry models

Montpellier newmatching laundry models look great next to one another.

Designed to be paired up these two really are made for laundry day winners.

MW7141W 7kg Washing Machine (left) offers 15 programmes that can launder all types of clothes with ease. The handy LED wash phase indicator means that you can check the stage of your cycle. The 1400rpm spin speed helps keep drying time to a minimum.

The energy rating from1st March 2021 is D, in line with the Energy Label Reform.

Simple and easy in its functions, it’s designed to make your life easier so that you can simply set, and forget.

and MCD7W 7kg Condenser Tumble Dryer (left)Using its clever sensor technology, this tumble dryer detects when your clothes are dry and ends the cycle automatically even if it still has time remaining.
This means that your clothes are ready quicker, and you will save money on household energy bills.

With 15 programmes to choose from for a variety of different fabrics, it takes care of your clothes. Delicate drying uses gentle heat to look after your delicate clothes, such as knitted sweaters, so you can rest assured that you fabrics are dried with the best care. With a handy pause feature and a delay timer from 3-9 hours, you can set your drying cycle to suit you.

Reverse Action tumbling: The Montpellier MCD7W has a reverse action drum that rotates both clockwise and anti-clockwise to ensure even drying results across the entire load. It has an easy to remove water reservoir and lint filters, making looking after your tumble dryer easier than ever.

*Stacking kit available, so you can stack your tumble dryer above your washing machine.

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Electrolux study on current laundry practices

The Truth About Laundry” (European study on Electrolux laundry habits  , with 12,000 adults surveyed), despite being encouraged to wash clothes at 30 ° C or below for over a decade, nearly two-thirds of Europeans (63%) still washed at 40 ° C or above. As part of its “Better Living” program, Electrolux has bold sustainability goals in apparel care with the goal of making clothes last twice as long with half the environmental impact by 2030. To help To achieve these goals, the survey was conducted to understand current attitudes and behaviors when it comes to how people care for their clothes and to what extent people view the environment. The survey finds that laundry habits are out of step with climate problems and modern capacities. Nearly six in ten people (59%) are more or less on autopilot when it comes to washing clothes, claiming to do laundry the way previous generations have taught them. The report includes a detailed analysis to show that reducing the washing temperature from 40 ° C to 30 ° C would save over 27 kg of CO2 equivalent, per family, per year. Across Europe, this would amount to an equivalent saving of 4.9 million tonnes of CO2, equivalent to removing more than one million cars from the road. If 15% of households across Europe who regularly wash their clothes at 50 ° C or more also change, the equivalent total CO 2 savingsit could reach 6 million tons per year. When it comes to wash temperatures, sex seems to play a role, but it’s not as significant as the influence of age. Women, for example, are more likely to wash at 40 ° C than men (50% vs 45%) and men are more likely to wash at 60 ° C (13% vs 8%). However, across Europe, 45% of adults between the ages of 18 and 34 wash their clothes at 30 ° C compared to only 31% of 45-54 years and only 28% of 55+ years. As for the main reasons why more people do not choose to wash at lower temperatures, nearly half (47%) said they are unsure whether their laundry would be clean. 39% expressed particular concerns about a colder wash’s ability to remove stains and 21% said it was purely out of habit. Habitual laundry practices could also explain why over half of all adults (53%) are unaware of a link between washing at higher temperatures and lasting longer. The reason this is important, according to the research, is that the key to changing laundry habits for the good of the planet may lie in turning the conversation towards fashion

Samsung’s AirDresser is a Life-changing Home Appliance

These days, keeping our clothes, outerwear and other fabrics clean and pollutant-free is a concern that is top of mind for many of us all around the world.

This is where Samsung’s revolutionary AirDresser comes in. The Samsung AirDresser is a garment refreshing device that provides users with effective and efficient care for their personal belongings. Check out the infographic below to learn more about the Samsung AirDresser and just what exactly it can do for you.

Samsung, LG begin duel in South Korea dryer market

Samsung Electronics Co. and LG Electronics Inc. have begun their duel in the local dryer market, industry observers said Saturday, as they released new products with upgraded artificial intelligence (AI) and sanitizing features.

Industry officials expect that South Korea’s clothes dryer market could grow up to 2 million units this year, and the two electronics giants have been claiming that they will take the lion’s share in the sector.

Samsung was the first one to make the move, launching its Grande AI range of dryers on Jan. 29.


Samsung said sales of the Grande AI dryer have topped 10,000 units just a month after its launch, which is double the pace of its previous 16-kilogram dryer models.

“We believe that the dryer’s upgraded AI system; better hygiene features against dust, water residue and rust; and its slim design have led to successful sales,” Samsung said.

Samsung’s Grande AI dryers are priced between 1.89 million won (US$1,580) and 1.99 million won in South Korea depending on options.

LG threw its hat into the ring on Thursday by launching its STEAM ThinQ dryer, emphasizing its “TrueSteam” technology that focuses on sterilizing bacteria and allergens.

Citing a test result from the Korea Apparel Testing & Research Institute, LG said its latest dryer’s sanitize cycle can kill over 99.9 percent of germs found in clothing.

To boost its sales, LG said it will give away an air refresher to those who purchase its dryers by the end of this month. Those who buy its dryers with other home appliances can also get cashback rewards, it added.

LG said its new dryer will sell for between 2 million won and 2.2 million won depending on options.

Industry insiders said LG will try to redeem its reputation in the dryer market with the latest product.

LG last year announced a voluntary recall of its clothes dryers sold in South Korea over the dryers’ automatic condenser cleaning system. The move came after a series of consumer complaints that too much lint and dust accumulated in the condenser, a part that removes humidity by circulating air inside the tumble dryer.

Morus Zero is a countertop tumble dryer that uses a vacuum-based system to dry clothes.

Revolutionary Vacuum Drying Technology
With patented Vacuum+ technology, the water can evaporate much faster
Your clothes will be dried much faster and well protected in this wayMorus Zero is a countertop tumble dryer that uses a vacuum-based system to dry clothes.

Its makers claim the technology makes it more energy-efficient than heat-based models. But they may have to address concerns raised by some crowdfunder backers about whether it’s possible to deliver what has been promised.