Quick Answer: Can You Put A Condenser Dryer In A Cupboard?

Tumble Dryers Need Air To Breath

The first is that putting a condenser or heat pump dryer in a confined space with little or a restricted supply of fresh air is a non-starter.

You cannot put it in a cupboard and close the door for example.

Can you put a condenser dryer anywhere?

Condenser tumble dryers

Pros: You can put your condenser dryer anywhere in your home, it needn’t be near a door or window.

Can you put a condenser tumble dryer in a bedroom?

Condenser tumble dryers need the right temperature of air around them to work effectively, so you should always avoid installing a condenser tumble dryer in a garage. Vented dryers are, in theory, a better option for a garage, provided that you can install the hose through a window or vent in the wall.

Does a condenser dryer need ventilation?

Is a condenser dryer better than a vented one? Condenser dryers collect moisture from the wet clothes into a water reservoir, which you must empty when it is full. Vented dryers simply expel the moist air from the tumble dryer through a hose that is vented outside the house.

Do condenser dryers make the room damp?

Condenser tumble dryers don’t use a vent hose, and should turn all the steam into water. If it’s not a high quality dryer it may also allow some moist air from the drying process into the room too. The only answer is to create more ventilation or make the room warmer.