17th January 2023
Noisy washing machines are the last thing you want. They upset the tranquillity of your home, making a racket that disrupts everything you do. A quiet washing machine is an answer.
Ebac provides a whole range of quiet washing machines. Below, Ebac will guide you through how it achieves such silent washing machines.
You get what you pay for when it comes to washing machine parts. Expect a cheap motor and poor overall design when you pay a low price. Ebac forks out on its motor design, not settling for less than the best.
Ebac’s washing machines have a brushless inverter-driven motor, which uses electromagnetic forces to rotate the drum. They don’t rely on friction. This creates a washing machine with better longevity and reliability. And, most importantly, it’s much quieter.
When buying a washing machine, check the decibels A (dBA). This is the amount of noise it makes. Washing machines are louder when on the spin setting, so ensure you’re looking for that, rather than just washing volume.
Some washing machines reach 78dBA; incredibly loud. This indicates low-quality parts and damaged drum and bearings.
Ebac’s washing machines are 73dBA when on a spin. They’re 61dBA when on the wash setting. That’s exceptionally quiet for a washing machine – you can live your life with no disruption at all.
Ebac knows that washing machines are better if made up of high-quality parts. That’s why Ebac’s washing machines are built with an expensive drum spider and bearings. The drum rotation is smoother, and the friction and noise are lessened.
Ebac’s washing machines have strong metal cases with insulation built-in. They also feature thick plastic components which absorb sound. Washing machines with cheap plastic parts will shake and rattle; not what you want.
Many Ebac washing machines feature the regular drain pump and a recirculation pump. This recirculates the water back into your washing machine, ensuring your clothes are cleaned properly. This is superior to the cheap pumps on other washing machines.