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Dryer Buying Guide

Whether you’re after a ventedcondenser or heat pump dryer, Heathcotes has it all. We offer a wide variety of style, capacity and size options to best suit your household.

Types of dryers

Vented: Vented dryers remove hot, damp air from the machine and filters it outside through a duct. It is a cheaper option, but you need to make sure you have good ventilation or a kit is required.

Condenser: Condenser dryers pass heated air through the load. However, instead of exhausting this air, the dryer uses a heat exchanger to cool the air and condense the water vapor. The water is stored in a collection tank or drained away.

Heat Pump: Heat pump dryers are the most energy efficient on the market. Air is heated and tumbled through the clothes, and then cooled with the water drained off, and then reheated again to go back through the clothes. No moisture is released into the air.

Types of dryers

Vented: Vented dryers remove hot, damp air from the machine and filters it outside through a duct. It is a cheaper option, but you need to make sure you have good ventilation or a kit is required.

Condenser: Condenser dryers pass heated air through the load. However, instead of exhausting this air, the dryer uses a heat exchanger to cool the air and condense the water vapor. The water is stored in a collection tank or drained away.

Heat Pump: Heat pump dryers are the most energy efficient on the market. Air is heated and tumbled through the clothes, and then cooled with the water drained off, and then reheated again to go back through the clothes. No moisture is released into the air.

Types of dryers

Vented: Vented dryers remove hot, damp air from the machine and filters it outside through a duct. It is a cheaper option, but you need to make sure you have good ventilation or a kit is required.

Condenser: Condenser dryers pass heated air through the load. However, instead of exhausting this air, the dryer uses a heat exchanger to cool the air and condense the water vapor. The water is stored in a collection tank or drained away.

Heat Pump: Heat pump dryers are the most energy efficient on the market. Air is heated and tumbled through the clothes, and then cooled with the water drained off, and then reheated again to go back through the clothes. No moisture is released into the air.

 

Dryer Load Capacity

Featured Dryers