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Ventless Dryers|Ventless Clothes Dryers
As their name suggests, ventless dryers don't require a vent and can conveniently be installed in practically any living space. Instead of expelling moisture to the outside, hot air is recycled to dry wet laundry which also conserves energy.
There are two types of ventless dryers. Condenser dryers create heat by taking in the surrounding air and passing it through a condenser. Heat pump dryers uses a refrigerant system that heats up to dry, along with the ability to cool hot air from the drum.
Most ventless dryers are stackable, so they can be placed on top of stackable washers with a kit. Alternatively, they can simply be placed side by side with front load or top load washers. Many even have a moderate size of 24" in width so you won't have to worry about them taking up space. Effortlessly fit large loads of laundry with capacities of up to 7.4 cu ft.
Ventless dryers can have up to 36 cycles, including a few that enhance the cleaning experience with a steam cycle. Many dryers are designed to last with a durable stainless steel drum that is still gentle enough to tumble delicate garments. Start a dry cycle from the comforts of your fingertips with wi-fi connected ventless dryers. Download the brand app onto your smart phone or tablet to remotely control and receive notifications from almost anywhere.
Look no further than Appliances Connection for the ventless dryers from LG, Samsung, Whirlpool, and more. Select from stainless steel, white, chrome, silver, and slate finishes to complement your aesthetic tastes.
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