AEG Bosch Hotpoint LG Miele Samsung Siemens Zanussi Heat Pump Dryers
Compare Heat Pump Condenser Tumble Dryers from popular brands of household appliances. Manufacturers such as AEG Beko, Hotpoint, Bosch, LG, Miele, Panasonic, Samsung Siemens Zanussi and John Lewis own brand have a selection of energy efficient dryers with heat pumps to save you money.
Heat Pump Tumble Dryers – Compare Prices
Indesit EDPE945A2ECO 9kg Heat Pump Condenser Tumble Dryer in White A R
Your knitwear, cotton tees, business shirts – the clothes you wear day in, day out – need special care to keep them feeling special. Using low temperatures without extending drying times, AEG SensiDry® Technology ensures that garments are
The OptimalDry™ smart technology uses moisture and temperature sensors to adjust the drying time for the best result, which protect your clothes from damage while saving energy. Available on 10 drying programs. Enjoy the convenience of quickly
Our OptimalDry™ smart technology uses moisture and temperature sensors to adjust the drying time for the best result, which protect your clothes from damage while saving energy. Available on 10 drying programs. Enjoy the convenience of quickly drie
The energy efficient Heat Pump Technology is Samsung's latest innovation, making sure that your clothes are optimally dried while saving on your power consumption. While the Wrinkle Free program limits the creasing in your clothes to make ironing easier,
Innovative Heat Pump technologymeans that Samsung's tumble dryers offer fantastic energy efficiency as well as superb drying performance. With an A++ energy rating, it uses ‘refrigerant’ instead of electricity to heat the air. So it consumes s
Dryers with heat pump technology use lower drying temperatures making them the most energy efficient compared to vented and condenser dryers. Choose the size to suit your laundry needs. Tumble dryers with heat pumps are available with large capacity 7, 8, 9 kg drum sizes to accommodate greater wash loads.
Condenser Dryers with Heat Pump Technology
Condenser dryers use a condenser system to dry varying wash loads. Water is collected in a container which must be removed and emptied regularly. The convenience of not having to use an externally vented hose makes buying a condenser tumble dryer an attractive option. You can enjoy the freedom of installing these laundry drying machines in any well-ventilated room. Some of the newest condenser clothes dryers come with heat pumps, a clever feature that recycles the hot air in all the stages of the drying process. This in itself removes the need for more heat to be produced therefore consuming less electricity and saving money on the household bills.
A – Rated Energy Saving Tumble Dryer
The advantage of Heat Pump tumble dryers may not be the speed in which they dry clothes but rather the energy cost savings. The running costs of these A-rated appliances are half or less compared to other electric tumble dryers that don’t have heat pumps. As with all new technology prices are expensive starting out but with increased demand prices tend to be reduced to become a more affordable option. Newer models are much quieter and include enhanced features such as an integral draining facility, LED display with count-down indicator, anti-crease action for a smooth drying result, sensor drying and 24-hour delay timer.