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S3 Individual Presentation - Washing Machine


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Semester 3
AE301 Communication English
Individual Presentation
Washing Machine

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S3 Individual Presentation - Washing Machine

  2. 2. WASHING MACHINE • A washing machine (laundry machine, clothes washer, or washer) is a machine designed to wash laundry, such as clothing, towels and sheets. • The term is mostly applied only to machines that use water as the primary cleaning solution, as opposed to dry cleaning (which uses alternative cleaning fluids, and is performed by specialist businesses) or even ultrasonic cleaners
  3. 3. • Modern washing machines are available either from the type of top loading or front loading i. Top load • Top loading washing machine is loaded by placing clothes on the top cover into the tab arranged vertically and has a rotor at the base.
  4. 4. ADVANTAGE • The price is cheaper than front loading ma chines. • Less maintenance than front lo ading machines, especially the replacement bushing the front door as loading machines • It is due to top loading machines rely only on gravity to keep water in the machine, unlike the front loading machine that requires a watertight door to prevent leaks DISADVANTAGE • Many use water from front loading mach ines. • Aggressive players can damage the fabric of silken.
  5. 5. ii. Front load • Front-loading washing machines require the user to enter the laundry in the tub through the front door watertight
  6. 6. ADVANTAGE • They require less water and soap than top loading machines. • More energy saving compared to top loading machines. DISADVANTAGE • Front loading machines are more expensive than top loading. • Water leaks through the front door washers tend to occur as a result of non- durable door.
  7. 7. i. Material • Stainless steel • Plastic • Metal ii. Colour • silver • white
  8. 8. DIMENSION OF WASHING MACHINE • Depends on what you need. • The washing machine types below are listed from the biggest to the smallest. a) Large Washing Machine Dimensions • This models can handle up to 12 lbs of laundry at the same time • The disadvantage with washing machine sizes like these units is they can be difficult to move. • They are usually 2 to 2 ½ cubic ft. The extra large ones come in at 2 ½ to 3 ft, or even 3 ft.
  9. 9. b) Medium or Standard Washing Machine Dimensions • These models are around 27 inches wide and can handle up to 10 lbs of laundry. • The 10 lbs is only an average; some standard models may handle a pound or two more or less.
  10. 10. c) Small Washing Machine Dimensions • A small washing machine is usually 24 inches wide. When it comes to capacity, the amount they can handle is 6 to 8 lbs. • These models are either portable or can be installed in a single place.
  11. 11. DURABILITY i. Ceramic heater • Double Coating, Triple Durability washing machines have incorporated a double ceramic coating, unlike conventional heaters, providing heaters that are less porous and susceptible to hard water scale build-up. As a result of this innovation, not only are heaters protected from the build-up of water scale deposit, but the durability of your washing machine is tripled
  12. 12. ii. Diamond drum • No more fabric damage With most conventional washing machines, it is quite common for fabrics to protrude from these holes and be damaged in the process. • But with the unique embossed design of the Diamond Drum, the holes are both 43% smaller and located deep within each diamond-shaped depression to prevent fabrics from sticking out and consequently being damaged.
  13. 13. PRICE OF WASHING MACHINE • 9.5KG • RM 2,199.00 • 6.5KG • RM 499.00 • 7 KG • RM 430.00
  14. 14. WARRANTY i. Warranty period • In all cases the commencement date for the period is the actual day of purchase, as reflected on the receipt provided to you. • The period during which each consumer product which is the subject of this Warranty is covered by this Warranty.
  15. 15. II. Warranty Claim • If you consider that the product which you have purchased is not of acceptable quality, has a latent defect, or is otherwise not compliant with the conditions, warranties, undertakings, and legal rights given to you (for example, it appears faulty, or does not work at all or properly), you can make a claim under this Warranty.