Future of the Industrial Washing Machine
The washing machine it is a fairly regular thing with White Square. Not usually the kind of object that anybody could get excited about. Until today, that is. It just so happens that the past few years have seen some crazy advances in the industry, and the future looks even more intriguing. So what is up in the world of the washer?
LG Washer and Ironing Machine
By integrating a unique hot steam system that begins after the rinse Cycle, the creases that develop during washing are rapidly eradicated, not only saving you time on ironing, but also meaning that your garments would not ever shrink again. The machine is also available with a floral pattern to stand out in the washer crowd.
The Eco Egg, developed by the Chinese firm Jinmen Hanau Electrical, is a curious thing. As the name implies, this mini-washer is egg-shaped, pink and looks edible. The manufacturers are pleased with its environmentally-friendly and its disinfecting function which makes it safer for cleaning baby clothes. Additionally, it means that instead of having to wait for a complete load, a couple of shirts can be washed whilst still being eco-friendly.
Whirlpool Mobile Phone Washing Machine
Another in a long line of ‘smart’ goods, Whirlpool has developed a Washer which may be controlled by SMS. By using a home network, the device alerts you if it is stopped by sending a message to your cell phone, TV or computer. The user may then either attend to the situation , or if he or she is not at home, they can send an order back to the device, for example a ‘fluff’ or dry cycle.
The Sera – Spherical Washing Machine
In a radical twist of washer design, the staffs at Electrolux has Invented a totally new mini-washer. The Sera is a wall mounted ball which completely revolves. The few graphic representations of bang gia may giat cong nghiep which were published show the machine attached to two walls at the corner of a bathroom of the future. However, it remains to be seen when the layout comes to fruition, whether it will have the ability to carry the weight of wet clothing or will have the ability to be mounted onto any sort of wall without breaking it when in use.
The Wash-up Washer or Toilet
The Wash-up is another upcoming design. In simple terms it is a washing machine and bathroom in one. The machine sits atop the cistern and after it is finished washing machine, uses the water out of your dirty clothes to flush the toilet. The plan can be space-saving and easier to use with no bending or bending down involved.
Ultimately, the University of Leeds has been testing a system to be released in 2009. Surprisingly, the full-size machine utilizes a cupful of water and plastic chips which absorb any grime and are collected at the end of the cycle. Clothes are nearly dry once the cycle is completed.