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CE certificated steam heating 70kg top loading washing machine with horizontal drum
Washing machines with a vertical drum load from the top, and the drum spins around a vertical axis. Traditional top-loading models are equipped with an agitator, a finned post in the middle of the drum that twists and turns during the wash cycle to move the clothes through the water. Some vertical-drum washers use an impeller rather than an agitator; an impeller is a rotating hub at the base of the drum that creates turbulence in the water during the wash. This effect moves the clothes more gently than an agitator does.
■ Computer controller, flexible settings, easy to use.
■ The cage is a round, tight socket design that minimizes the possibility of hooking.
■ The body and the base are welded. All internal and external structures of the machine are made of epoxy resin paint with strong corrosion resistance. The inside of the outer cylinder is treated with zinc spray and is resistant to corrosion for a long time.
■ Stainless steel panel, high anti-corrosion; convenient maintenance; large-diameter with fast drainage.
Some newer top-loading washers are high-efficiency models. They achieve greater overall efficiency by filling the drum only partially with water during the wash cycle, instead of nearly all the way to the top as traditional models do, and they spin at higher speeds during spin cycles. The high-speed spinning removes more water from the clothes, thereby decreasing drying times and energy usage during drying.
The drum of a front-loading washer spins around a horizontal axis. The drum fills only partially with water, and the spinning drum tumbles the clothes through the water. Because of the tumbling action, front-loading washers need neither an agitator nor an impeller and so are gentler on clothes than top-loading washers. They also are typically able to accommodate larger loads than top-loaders, and some models have even higher spin speeds than those of high-efficiency top-loaders. Because the loading doors of front-loaders are on the side of the machine and lower to the ground, however, they may be more difficult to load. The door gaskets on some models also have the tendency to remain wet after wash cycles, which can result in the growth of mold in the machine.
Most horizontal-drum washers spin even faster than high-efficiency vertical-drum machines, and they use less water than traditional models, so they are generally more efficient. The larger capacity of front-loading machines gives them an advantage, as well, and high-quality front-loaders clean clothes more effectively than most top-loaders. Traditional top-loading models are the least efficient of all washer types; they use relatively large amounts of water, they wash fewer clothes per wash cycle and their relative low spin speeds result in long, energy-consuming drying times.
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