Why was the clothes dryer invented?
to dry clothes when they are wet
In the early 1800s, prototype clothes dryers were first starting to be invented in England and France. One common kind of early clothes dryer was the ventilator, made by a Frenchman named Pochon. It was a barrel-shaped metal drum with holes in it that was turned by hand over a fire. One early American patent for a clothes dryer was granted to George T. Sampson on June 7, 1892. Sampson's dryer used the heat from…
A rotary clothes dryer is a dryer for your clothes and basically the name explains it all in its simplicity, it rotates. But i believe you are referring to a rotary clothesline which is used outdoors and it is where you hang your clothes on a line and it rotates to help them dry quicker. hope this helps.
The only practical way to do that would be to sell the electric clothes dryer and use the proceeds toward purchase of a gas dryer. Even if it was possible to convert the dryer the cost would be prohibitive versus a new dryer. If you mean converting the building, then you would need to have natural gas plumbing installed, and you would need an outlet that matches the voltage of the new dryer.