Water pressure needed for front load washing ma...

Water pressure needed for front load washing machine

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Dexterslaboratory
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Does front load washing machine require high water pressure?
Does it affect its working if pressure is less?
Is there any easy solution for it, something like booster pump?

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Normal pressure is enough, like 500 ltr overhead tank 10-15 ft above is sufficient.
Which brand? Installation executive may want to sell booster pump to you smile

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caks2006407 wrote:

Normal pressure is enough, like 500 ltr overhead tank 10-15 ft above is sufficient.
Which brand? Installation executive may want to sell booster pump to you smile

I am planning to buy a front load washing machine and read somewhere that adequate water pressure is needed for it.

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Which is energy efficient front or top load

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Vijay9993 wrote:

Which is energy efficient front or top load

I can’t say about energy efficiency but front load uses less water compare to top load

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rohan8397 wrote:

I can’t say about energy efficiency but front load uses less water compare to top load

There is no problem of water

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rohan8397 wrote:

I can’t say about energy efficiency but front load uses less water compare to top load

I bought ifb 7kg front load without proper research, i have a 1000 litre tank but at only 6ft from ground so here are the problems i am facing now.
1. the wash time is more, meaning that if any wash is showing 2 hr to complete it will take 45 minute more than that.
2. If u use powder even good ones like surf Excel matic or Ariel, they do not completely dissolve many of the times they remain the main tray.
So now i only use liquid detergent and cannot do anything about the time problem.

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tank_u_m8 wrote:

I bought ifb 7kg front load without proper research, i have a 1000 litre tank but at only 6ft from ground so here are the problems i am facing now.
1. the wash time has increased, meaning that if any wash is showing 2 hr to complete it will still take 45 minute more than that.
2. If u use powder even good ones like surf Excel matic or Ariel, they do not completely dissolve many of the times they remain the main tray.
So now i only use liquid detergent and cannot do anything about the time problem.

Did you try using booster pump for water pressure?

I am also planning to buy front load washing machine within next month.

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rohan8397 wrote:

Did you try using booster pump for water pressure?

I am also planning to buy front load washing machine within next month.

No, i don’t see the need of it as i am going to use liquid detergent because it gives better wash quality and also the extra time doesn’t bother me.

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tank_u_m8 wrote:

I bought ifb 7kg front load without proper research, i have a 1000 litre tank but at only 6ft from ground so here are the problems i am facing now.
1. the wash time is more, meaning that if any wash is showing 2 hr to complete it will take 45 minute more than that.
2. If u use powder even good ones like surf Excel matic or Ariel, they do not completely dissolve many of the times they remain the main tray.
So now i only use liquid detergent and cannot do anything about the time problem.

Hey bro pls clear a doubt for me….for automatic washing machines is it necessary to have a water tank…means can we use these machines with direct water supply (no tank)…TIA smile

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