According to the Energy Services Fact sheet (June 2006), a propane dryer uses 38 Gallons of propane a year, and 38 Electric kWh/year. This is based off of 416 loads a year.
I dry about 8 loads a week. It's easy to move one load from the washer to the dryer so it's not about separating it again, you just take a washed load and move it to the dryer. It's not a good idea to mix colors and whites in the dryer because lint can transfer between the items. **** : The first response to this question is ridiculous. : I do about 42 loads of laundry a year, that's less than one per week. I read that Proctor and Gamble claim that the average American family does 300 loads/ year, that's 6 loads/ week. I prefer to dry only about half of my washed clothes, so about 22 dryer loads a year.
I have dried my sneakers in my dryer, but my dryer is ment for heavy loads and the like, so it depends on your dryer and how many pairs of shoes you intend to dry in your dryer.
Many people wish to cut expenses in a monthly budget, given the tough economy. The good news is that there are plenty of ways people can work to cut a gas bill average. One way to cut a gas bill average is to simply stop using the gas as much in a household. If one has a dryer that is powered by gas, then a person should seek to only do a few loads of laundry in the dryer in a given month. Using the dryer too much will greatly increase one's gas bill in any given month and is something that can be cut.
Electric dryer, electric range and central air conditioner. Some people also have a 220v outlet in their garage or workshop to run equipment like a welder or air compressor.
The Samsung gas dryer and electric washer overall are GOOD products. The only cons are the sensor has an issue when there are mixed loads to be dried (towels and lighter items), and there's no delay start feature. The pros are: they're both quiet, energy efficient and its features and looks are impeccable. The price for both is GREAT!
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sometimes but its more the intense heat from the dryer you can get protection drying sprays but it doesn't to loads of damage
There is heat, electric, light, thermal and loads of other interesting
It is a device used to protect Electric Network and loads
No it just uses less AMP's. This reduces the loads of the current carrying wires.
This depends upon how much current they draw. Older ones tend to be less efficient and draw more. You will have to check the nameplate to see what the current draw is and add them up. Then Ohm's law and the power conversion formula will have to be used.
Inductive loads involve devices which establish magnetic fields. Capacitive loads involve devices which establish electric fields. Another way of looking at it is that inductive loads have a lagging power factor, whereas capacitive loads have a leading power factor.
You probably either have too much weight in the dryer or something is off with the belt. Try putting in smaller loads to reduce the weight or if that doesn't work have someone come out and take a look at it.
the vehicles carrying heavy loads are provided with multi-wheel axles to increase the area and decrease the pressure.
Six to eight loads of laundry would not be unusual for a family of four with a normal capacity washer and dryer.
it depends on what type of load. Motor amperage will drop off as voltage rises. loads such as lights will increase amperage with voltage rise.
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Harmonics is electric current or voltages that are part of the power system as a result of nonlinear electric loads. If there is no load and a harmonic is present it can present because of a rectifier in the system.
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You should switch off loads to save electricity and money for the electric bills.
Adding additional branches will have no effect on the operation of any of the other branches, but the overall supply voltage will increase by the amount drawn by the additional loads.
It is where your electric panels are located and contains breakers that protect individual circuits that have various loads attached to them.
Loads of people I think 29,235 people died of electric shock per year.