Test program 1
Consisted of heating the ladder rail with its recommended heating element of 350w. Gordon’s heating element was only 200w. The results showed that to reach atmospheric humidity level, at which point the towels were considered dry, Gordon required 84 minutes whilst the ladder rail required an additional 27 minutes. Because of the higher power consumption of the ladder rail this means that Gordon requires only 43% of the energy needed to dry the towel effectively. Over the course of a year running a Gordon instead of the less effective ladder rail could save you approximately $215 at current energy prices. Check out our socials for more stories.
DRIES TOWELS IN A THIRD OF THE TIME COMPARED TO LADDER RAILS.
Test program 2
Consisted of fitting the ladder rail with a heating element of 200w, this time designed to match the energy consumption of Gordon. Under this condition the ladder rail took nearly 3 times as long to dry the towel to the same level.
The results show that Gordon, despite taking up less than half the space of the ladder rail and looking 72.4 times better* was more than twice as effective at drying towels and should make substantial energy savings over its lifetime. Good for the customer, good for the environment and good for your towels. Good on you Gordon.
THE MOST ELEGANT, ADVANCED FLASH DRYING TOWEL WARMER.