In this post, we will try to answer the following question: What temperature should an industrial tumble dryer be on?
Industrial and conventional tumble dryers, that do not have a smart humidity control system, usually damage clothing if the temperature is not adjusted to the specific features of each fabric: cotton, polyester, synthetic fabrics...
In this sense, our industrial tumble dryers have pre-set programmes for each type of fabric, apart from also having a system called EFFICIENT DRY, with which you will be able to have absolute control over the degree of humidity of the garments in each drying cycle, thanks to its automatic regulation system of the drum speed.
They also have a system called AIR RE-CYCLE which reuses the air intelligently, achieving significant yearly energy savings.
If you are not sure what type of fabric the clothing is, you should always look at the label where you are sure to find all of the information you need.
On the other hand, natural fabrics such as cotton or linen tend to shrink whenever specific programmes for them are not used.
We would also like to mention that, if you want the clothing to smell nice after the drying cycle has finished, our tumble dryers are the only ones that have a perfume dosing system that will leave you fully satisfied.
In addition, there are a series of items that should never be placed in industrial tumble dryers, such as rubber or foam items.
Apart from knowing what temperature an industrial tumble dryer should be on, we always stress that ours are ergonomic machines which have an easy access folding panel, the filter draw is made of stainless steel, and they do not require large or complicated maintenance tasks.
It is completely normal for you to have queries if you want to buy an industrial tumble dryer, or any other type of laundry machine for your business. Based on this principle, you may want to ask us something or need some personalised advice. If so, you just need to call us on (+34) 93 888 71 53, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete the form that you will find on this website. It’s that easy!