Quality Always Come from Dedication
It all began in 1950 in Vara, Sweden, when Karl Erik Andersson received his first order for a washing machine, from his mother. The farmer, Karl Erik, thought about it carefully and produced a washing machine that didn't look like washing machines did in those days. Word of the revolutionary model spread and nothing's been the same since. Karl Erik built a small factory on the farm and started making washing machines full time. A few years later he built his first dishwasher and tumble dryer. Business gathered momentum and more and more dishwashers, washing machines and dryers left the door of the small factory in Vara. Today, there are around 1,000 employed at production plants in Sweden and Finland, and countless more in sales companies in 35 countries around the world. In 1987, they opened their office in North America and today they are proudly sold by the number one team of independent dealers and distributors in the appliance industry. They are well aware that they have customers all over the world, all of whom place high demands on design, function and care for the environment.
In 1999, their environmental work had advanced so far that they received environmental certification in accordance with ISO 14001. This meant a great deal to them, but even more for you and the environment.
Easy Control/Smooth Dial Dryers
The T712 and T712C dryers use a new electronic control with smooth dial technology. Indicator lights around the controls identify cycle and options selected. The sensor controlleddry cycles are printed on the control panal and remaining time is displayed in the LED window. These models pair with the W6222 washer. The T712C has an internal moisture condenser and rewuires no external venting. These models are available in white, titanium and black.
The dryer that handles your garments with TLC
The T712 dryer handles your clothes with care you desire because of the built in SensiDry system that includes a temperature sensor that interacts to prevent overdrying, shrinking, and creasing. The Butterfly Drying System is a large drying chamber and specially designed paddles that circulate the clothing in a figure eight to prevent clothes from bundling and wrinkling. This also creates an airy tumble for gentler drying, even drying among your garments and less wear on the dryer motor for a longer life. The T712 uses a new electronic control with SmoothDial technology. Features include: a stainless steel drum that won't snag clothes; a large, easy access opening; automatic heavy, automatic normal, timed, and air fluff drying programs; and three drying temperatures (Air, Low, Normal.)
The T712 and an ASKO washer can be installed anywhere you have water, electricity, and external venting. They can even be stacked or installed beneath counters.