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Washing machines with inverter: technical specifications

When choosing the right washing machine for your needs various factors need to be considered. These include size, load capacity, energy class and the availability of specific programmes or functions. For many people, one essential factor in their choice of washing machine could be quietness, because they do not have room for a laundry room and have to put the washing machine in the kitchen or near bedrooms. Others may be in the habit of doing, or may need to do, the washing in the evening or overnight; in this case, choosing a silent washing machine guarantees a peaceful life without disturbing the neighbours.

To have a silent washing machine it is essential to go for an inverter motor rather than a brushed motor.

Washing machines with inverter motor: features and benefits

The characteristic feature of washing machines with inverter is, as we have said, quietness. The technology used enables the motor to turn by magnetic induction, avoiding the friction generated by the brushes used in standard (AC) motors. Inverter motors offer more by doing less: less vibration and less noise, especially during the washing and spinning phase.

Washing machines with inverter also win when it comes to efficiency: the innovative motor provides maximum power with minimum electricity consumption, achieving energy efficiency class A+++ (-40%). Wear and tear of the mechanical parts of the washing machine is also reduced due to the lack of brushes, which have to be replaced after many washing cycles, making the machine more reliable and durable and preventing the need for frequent maintenance.

Although washing machines with inverter motor are more expensive to buy, the extra cost is easily repaid with savings in terms of energy use and top quality performance.

Candy produces and markets some of the best washing machines with inverter currently on the market, offering a wide range of products suitable for every need.

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