(Latest research shows that tumble dryers account for 4% of all electricity consumption in the UK & Every tumble load costs you between 60 and 70 pence.)(NOTE: WE ARE CONSTANTLY SEEKING TO IMPROVING OUR PRODUCTS AND THE ACTUAL PRODUCT MAY VARY SLIGHTLY FROM THE PICTURES SHOWN.)
Product code: 01002
If you need drying space for 3 or 4 people (a medium sized household) or have limited outdoor space, our 40 metre rotary washing line should be ideal.
This medium sized rotary washing line is manufactured from a strong steel frame, 40mm steel centre pole and has 4 arms. It's fitted with 40 metres of high quality PVC coated polyester line and is locked open by means of a simple 2 stage twist and lock system. The 40 metres of drying space is typically enough for 3 large wash loads.
Like all our rotary washing lines, it comes with a FREE metal ground spike, FREE water resistant zipped rotary washing line cover and some FREE tester samples of our gentle grip clothes pegs - together worth over £20.00.
The turning circle of this Rotary Airer is just 2.45 metres.
Assembly & operation instructions included.
CENTRE POLE DIAMETER = 40mm
Colours - Silver Epoxy Powder Coated frame and arms, plastic fittings in blue, cover in green trailing leaves pattern and pegs with translucent bodies with grips in violet, yellow & blue (1 of each).
An Important Note About Pole Diameter
As mentioned above, the centre pole diameter on this medium sized rotary washing is 40mm. That's typically 5 or 10 mm greater than most of the other rotaries on the market. It may seem a bit arcane, but pole diameter is important. Most of the cheap rotary washing lines you can buy use the same diameter of pole regardless of how much weight the washing line is intended to take (many also use lightweight aluminium). It's not surprising that many of them fail after a year or so!
Whereas the diameter of our all-steel poles increases as we increase the size of the rotary. Thus you'll find that the pole diameter on this medium sized rotary is larger than that on one of our small rotaries. Makes sense eh?