Samsung is a top player in the market for electrical appliances and gadgets. Popularly known for building exceptional smartphones in the world, this tech giant is ruling the household appliances sector. With state-of-the-art appliances like side-by-side refrigerators, air dressers, washers and dryers, and convertible air conditioners, Samsung is definitely going to create a monopoly in the upcoming years.
The company is not to blame here, as its products are futuristic, ahead of the competition, unique, and a trendsetter. Moreover, each product is available at various price points and with extremely helpful features for its customers. And once again, Samsung has done itself proud by launching two distinct and sensible products which will soon be available for customers in the European markets.
New Launch: A-40% Washing Machine
According to Samsung Newsroom, the company is set to release its new A-40% washing machine model. Sounds fascinating, right? Let’s take a look at why this model is branded as an A-40% washing machine which is unheard of. So the reason behind naming the new range of washing machine models as A-40% is because they will consume 40% less than the energy needed to reach A energy efficiency class limit.
What Is A Energy Efficiency Class Limit?
Due to the alarming global warming situation on Earth, the European Union conducted regulatory studies to understand and calculate the electricity consumption for various appliances. It’s environmentally friendly research that not only helps to reduce the adverse effect of depleting energy on Earth but also the burden on your pockets.
An energy class is a scaling terminology that categorizes household electrical appliances on the basis of their energy consumption. Those appliances with the highest rating are the most appropriate for usage in homes, while those with the lowest are better discarded.
Latest Energy Index Classes
The various segregations include energy classes A, B, D, E, F, and G. Let’s understand them better below.
Energy class A: This class offers the highest efficiency of energy, which is at or below forty-one. Therefore those household electrical appliances with energy class A are deemed the best to be of use in homes and workplaces. They also reduce your electricity bills leading to more savings on your part.
Energy class B: This class is second to class A, as also mentioned in this list, as its index value is always within the range of fifty-one and forty-one. Although not as efficient as class A, appliances marked with energy class B still hold their ground by saving enough electricity as well as your bills.
Energy class C: With a maximum index value of sixty-four, this class of energy, as experts say, is moderate. However, it does not mean that they do not save electricity at all, but definitely not as much as the previous classes. Appliances with energy class C can save electricity in the long run.
Energy class D: This is a below-average classification with an index value of eighty and less than that. Electrical appliances labelled with energy class D are also able to decrease your monthly electricity consumption. However, they are not as efficient as the above classes.
Energy class E: This class is not as capable of saving your electricity bills as the above ones. It has an index value of a hundred or less. If you are looking to find appliances with less power consumption, then this class won’t fit the bill.
Similarly, energy classes F and G have an index value of one hundred and twenty-five and above. Appliances with these classes do not help in the least to save energy and rather do the opposite of it.
A-40% Washing Machine’s Features
The new A-40% washing machine optimizes the washing performance using AI technology with ten kilograms of loading capacity. Furthermore, the machine will have a bespoke design that has in-built smart things connectivity that reduces power consumption using AI energy mode. Users can check their daily, weekly, and monthly power consumption and make an estimate of their bills.
Additionally, customers can get their clothes washed in less time due to the Super Speed cycle, which ends in exactly thirty-nine minutes. To achieve this, there is a speed spray that enhances washing and rinsing speed with powerful jets of water. The A-40% washing machine is created with an intelligent AI system that can even detect the weight, type of fabric and the level of soiling. This enables it to decide on its own the amount of water and detergent the fabric needs.
To achieve the best result for your dirty clothes, the A-40% washing machine can also adjust the soaking, rinsing, and spinning times. The presence of Samsung’s smart Ecobubble brings down energy usage by a massive 70% by replacing warm water with cool water and giving extra cycle time.
Second Product Launch: Ehs Mono R290
Samsung has also modified its heat pump by using the R290 technology for its EHS mono, as it is a much safer option to choose with low GWP. Other refrigerants have a higher global warming potential that makes them a threat to the Ozone layer and the Earth’s atmosphere. The new R290 will be able to provide consistent hot water to its customers all the way up to 75 degrees Celsius.
Samsung’s R20 claims to be a great option for traditional residential homes that once were completely dependent on gas boilers for domestic heating purposes.
Features of Ehs Mono R290
The new EHS Mono R290 comes with a huge heat exchanger that can effortlessly transfer lots of heat in comparison to a regular outdoor unit. In fact, the tech company claims that it can do so for a 39% larger area in comparison to traditional outdoor units. Users benefit from this by getting one hundred per cent better heating in areas with -10 degrees Celsius.
Samsung’s new heat pump is also equipped with AI energy mode, which is quick to grasp a user’s usage patterns. By doing so, it is able to use its intelligence to adjust the water temperature and maintain it by heating it at the same temperature and saving energy.
The Bottom Line
Samsung has always been driven by the ambition to manufacture products that are way ahead of their time. Most importantly, they aim to meet the constantly changing consumer needs and stay abreast of their time. By focusing on manufacturing energy-saving products, it meets the wishes of people who want to take care of the environment without compromising on their modern lifestyle.