Speed Queen 27" Front-Load Washer with 3.42 cu. ft. Capacity and 9 Pre-Set Cycles
Speed Queen laundry equipment is designed, built and tested to deliver commercial-grade performance. 25 years of professional experience backs up Speed Queen's dependability. They use metal components where other manufacturers use plastic. They rigorously test their products to the limit to ensure consistent, reliable performance and superior results. They make no distinction between the machines they engineer for use in commercial applications and the machines they offer for the home. You can be sure that your Speed Queen equipment is built better to last longer.
The revolutionary Speed Queen front load washer is a marvel of innovation, perfectly pairing groundbreaking technology and commercial-grade durability to redefine what's possible in a laundry machine.
Like no other front load washer before it, the Speed Queen runs so smoothly and quietly, you won't believe it's actually running. It leaves clothes looking and smelling unbelievably clean. It delivers increased water efficiency and features electronic controls so durable, they're backed by an industry-leading warranty. It's everything a front load washer should be.
This front-load washer offers nine (9) pre-set cycle options and four (4) temperature settings. With variable-speed induction, the motor has a maximum RPM of 1,200 and a G-force rating of 440. There are four soap dispensers so you can just set up the washer to distribute detergent itself. The extra-rinse options let you rest assured that your garments have been thoroughly cleansed of dirt and soapy residue.
About Speed Queen
At Speed Queen, they've always felt their measure is equal parts quality, technological innovation and time-tested performance. Dating back to 1908, they have been continually focused on improving their manufacturing processes and coin operated laundry equipment. Available at AJ Madison.
This clothes washer uses 68 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $7.54.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on 8 wash loads a week and a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.1109 cents per kWh.
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