What is the difference between a vented dryer and a condenser dryer?
Herein, which is better vented or condenser tumble dryer?
A vented tumble dryer removes moisture through a vent that can be fitted to an external wall, or through a hose. Vented dryers are cheaper than condenser dryers as they are more economically friendly to run as they are not having to convert the moisture, they are simply just expelling it from your home.
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.
Also know, do condenser dryers take longer than vented?
And while condenser dryers with the added heat pump are more energy efficient than vented dryers they will take longer to dry clothes so there is some trade-off.
What is a condenser clothes dryer?
Condenser dryers Just as in a tumble dryer, condenser or condensation dryers pass heated air through the load. However, instead of exhausting this air, the dryer uses a heat exchanger to cool the air and condense the water vapor into either a drain pipe or a collection tank.