Samsung Ecobubble Technology Explained

We are always searching for the dream washing machine – one that cleans and remove stains on clothes effectively while maintaining the condition of delicate clothing, and at the same time, is energy efficient. The long search is over as Samsung is offering the perfect laundry solution that can do all that – the Samsung Ecobubble technology!

 

How Ecobubble Works

A washing machine cleans your clothes by mixing water with detergent to remove dirt and stains from the fabric. Samsung’s Ecobubble technology, available in the Samsung AddWash Washing Machine [Amazon], reduces the surface tension of water, allowing it to mix more easily detergent into a powerful yet gentle foam that better penetrates fabrics.

  1. In the initial stages of the wash, the innovative ‘Ecobubble generator’ activates the detergent (surfactant)

Samsung Explains How Ecobubble Works

  1. Detergents are dissolved much faster as it is less influenced by the natural surface tension of water

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  1. The numerous tiny bubbles resulting from the mixture increases interfacial tension between the stain and the fabric, allowing the detergent to instantly penetrate stain.

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  1. These bubbles help remove stains even in low temperatures

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  1. Time and energy that would have been used to heat water, or pre-soak the laundry can be saved

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  1. The washer also better preserves functional or delicate fabrics, which are becoming increasingly popular

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Introduced earlier this year, the Samsung AddWash Washing Machine [Amazon] is a practical innovation and is set to make a huge difference in household chores. With three capacity variants; 12kg, 10.5kg and 8kg, the Samsung AddWash Washing Machine [Amazon] is available at authorized Samsung retail outlets.

 

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