it was invented by Alexandre Godefy in 1890 in France.
To dry Hair!
I saw his PINK hairdryer
A hairdryer uses 0.2 kWh
The hairdryer usually use the electrical energy. When heated, the hairdryer will convert electrical energy to heat energy which can then be used for hair drying.
In 1890, a French Salon owner named Alexander Godefoy invented the first electric hairdryer...<a href="http://www.blowdryerhair.com"> hairdryers <a/>
A hairdryer is a device to dry your hair with! A hairdryer is a device to dry your hair with!
hairdryer usually smoke when you don't clean the lint off the vent of the motor.
unless yall r brother sis...... what kind of guy doesnt let a girl use the hairdryer?
The water evaporates it is heat up by hairdryer and it turn into gas. called water vapor/
no it doesnt
on a mountain
No. A hairdryer produces such a small amount of heat that it will not affect the weather. Nothing you can do could ever cause or prevent a tornado.
If you mean blowing him with a hairdryer, no. I don't know why someone would do that. It can complicate their breathing. If you need more help, don't hesitate to ask.
In the cave I think
He is the inventor of the electrical hairdryer
Yes you can. I did.
Get a hairdryer on it.
A really easy experiment is; you get a hairdryer, you put a ping-pong ball on where the air comes out, turn the hairdryer on high, and the ball will hover! Amazing!
A European hairdryer operates on 230V. US power is 110V. The hairdryer will need a high power converter that will be fairly expensive. (110V input to 240V output rated at about 800W) It will be less expensive to buy a new one at Walmart when you get to the US than it will be to buy a converter for the European one.
A hairdryer. Don't ask.
The electric hairdryer, in 1890.
electrical to heat
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Turn a hairdryer on the cool setting. Point the hairdryer down at the cast so that the cool air flows into the cast. If you keep the hairdryer trained on the cast for some time it may relieve the itching. or Have Benadryl handy in case of itching under your cast. Taking this over the counter medication may help relieve the itching.
Of course you can, they let me!
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Yes, you can take a hairdryer on an airplane.
Yes, as a matter of fact it was!
In the Library
Simple, you just use a hairdryer :)
the first hairdryer was actually the vacuum cleaner. After that in 1920 was the first patented hair dryer which didn,t work well. Then in the 50's was the first properly working hairdryer.
Ah, now I see it, there must be a homework series asking for weights. A hairdryer would weigh around one to two pounds. Find one at home and borrow the kitchen scales.
Look on the data plate on the hairdryer. There you will find the manufacturers specifications as to the wattage of the dryer and the voltage range it has been designed to run on. So the answer is that a hairdryer can be plugged into a 120 volt receptacle if it was designed for use on that voltage. If you want to know the current it takes, you can calculate it by dividing the wattage by… Read More
Conan - 2010 Hairdryer 1 Frosty 0 1-24 was released on: USA: 16 December 2010
Can you put hairdryer in hand luggage?
It's just a heating element with a fan.
If the plug fits. Single phase volts is volts. 20v less = 10% cooler. Hairdryer means something on your body is wet and electricity is near it so be aware of proper grounding.
Yes, there are no restrictions for appliances on carry-on baggage.
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thermal, sound and something else sorry
you just leave it alone lol
Yes, as that is basically what a hairdryer is...
Can you use a 110 volt hairdryer you have purchased in the states when you return home to UK is there a special adapter?
Connecting a 110V hairdryer to a 230V supply will cause one of several things to happen: 1 It will be damaged and not work 2 It will make a lot of noise, be damaged and not work 3 It will burst into flames, be damaged and not work 4 It will ignite other things around it, be damaged and not work. It is theoretically possible to use a step down transformer to power the hairdryer… Read More
Electricity is converted partially in to heat by means of a heating element built in the dryer. Another part of electricity is converted to a circular motion of an electric motor with a fan, which forces the hot air out of the hairdryer.
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yes, you may, as long as it is in your main luggage bag, not in your carry-on.