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creda reversair energy save condenser dryer energy raiting question
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Post# 516617   5/9/2011 at 16:15 (4,722 days old) by aegokocarat (United Kingdom)        

hay all! i wonderd what the energy raiting for my creda condenser energy save dryer. it says energy save dryer on the front but i dont know the energy raiting.
help! Tom





Post# 516619 , Reply# 1   5/9/2011 at 16:20 (4,722 days old) by hoover1100 (U.K.)        
Energy rating

It will be 'C' as most dryers are, there's very little difference in terms of energy efficiency, unless you go for a heat pump model.

Matt


Post# 516622 , Reply# 2   5/9/2011 at 16:28 (4,722 days old) by ultimafan ()        
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When dryers are energy saving, it usually means that they are more economical. The ratings are the same as 'C' but often there is an economy thermostat, which cuts or reduces the heat when it gets to a certain temperature, or due to the clothes, most dryers have this option, even non-sensor dryers, more glamourised in the 80's, but now all dryers have this as standard and it's all about sensor drying now.


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