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What is the efficiency of a hair dryer?

Posted Wed, Sep 24th, 2008 by guest
What is the efficiency of a hair dryer?

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  • Posted Wed, Nov 4th, 2009 by Anonymous
    we dont know we want the answer to. hope this helped.
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  • Posted Wed, Nov 4th, 2009 by Laurenaysh
    we dont know we want the answer to, hopw this helped
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  • Posted Wed, May 19th, 2010 by Purgatus
    It depends upon what portion of the electricity use is for the heating element, and what portion is used for the fan. The Heating element is a resistive load, and is 100% efficient. The fan is an inductive load, and is not 100% efficient. I imagine that in most hairdryers they are not putting super high-efficiency motors in to drive the fans, but I also suspect that the vast majority of the energy used will be by the heating coils, so your overall efficiency will likely still be very high.
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  • Posted Mon, Nov 1st, 2010 by Anonymous
    nothing is 100% efficent.... only near 99.5% and most like a transformer
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  • Posted Wed, Jan 19th, 2011 by Anonimous
    their rubbish lol
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  • Posted Sun, Jul 24th, 2011 by Anonymous
    I'm so glad that the inetrnet allows free info like this!
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