Can I put a condenser tumble dryer in a cupboard?
People also ask, can you put a vented tumble dryer in a cupboard?
Why you shouldn't install a tumble dryer in a cupboard There's a very simple answer to this question: just like us humans, tumble dryers need fresh air. Additionally, air needs to be expelled from the dryer – and this air will have some level of moisture in it, which isn't good for your cupboard either.
Secondly, does a condenser dryer need ventilation?
Condenser tumble dryers don't require an externally-vented hose, so you'll enjoy the freedom of installing them wherever you want, provided the room is well-ventilated. The water removed from your clothes is collected in a container underneath the machine, and needs to be regularly emptied.
SAFE INSTALLATION Never site a tumble dryer below a central heating boiler. If your appliance was to catch fire, a serious explosion could result. Do not cover vents or other openings. Ensure the recommended vent pipe is free of kinks and is not crushed.