- What is the spin class A and B in washing machines?
- What's the difference between spin classes in washing machines?
- Front-loading washing machine
- Top-loading washing machine
The spin class is one of the key categories by which modern models of washing machines are evaluated: the higher the class, the faster the drum rotates during the spin cycle, and the less wet the laundry is in the end. The residual moisture content of the laundry depends on the spin class.
Spin class in a washing machine - it is affected by the spin speed, its length and the design of the washing machine drum.
Spin classes are marked with letters from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient). Washing machines with spin class A leave less than 45% residual moisture in the laundry. This means that it takes less time to dry clothes, and if you use a dryer, it's also more economical.
|Spin class||Residual moisture|
|A (most effective)||< 45%|
|G (least efficient)||> 90%|
The spin class of the washing machine is indicated on the energy label of the product