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Author Topic: Indoor Clothes Dryer Vent  (Read 14696 times)

Offline gravityblock

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Indoor Clothes Dryer Vent
« on: December 07, 2009, 10:00:34 AM »
The indoor dryer vent in the link below, blows the warm air into a container of water.  The water captures most of the lint, then returns the warm air into the house.  This would help to heat the home during the winter months with the additional benefit of acting as a humidifier.  Increasing the humidity level in the house allows you to remain more comfortable at a lower temperature allowing you to turn your thermostat down a few degrees while your heater runs less.  This should only be used with electric dryers.

My question is, how could this be improved on to captures near 100% of the lint so the warm air will be clean and could be used without the health risk?  Another option is to heat something up with the warm air, then return the warm air to the outside.

There is a lot of energy being wasted in the winter months by blowing this needed warm air outside before using it for our benefit.

Any ideas?

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Indoor Clothes Dryer Vent
« on: December 07, 2009, 10:00:34 AM »

Offline onthecuttingedge2005

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Re: Indoor Clothes Dryer Vent
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2009, 10:17:57 AM »
The indoor dryer vent in the link below, blows the warm air into a container of water.  The water captures most of the lint, then returns the warm air into the house.  This would help to heat the home during the winter months with the additional benefit of acting as a humidifier.  Increasing the humidity level in the house allows you to remain more comfortable at a lower temperature allowing you to turn your thermostat down a few degrees while your heater runs less.  This should only be used with electric dryers.

My question is, how could this be improved on to captures near 100% of the lint so the warm air will be clean and could be used without the health risk?  Another option is to heat something up with the warm air, then return the warm air to the outside.

There is a lot of energy being wasted in the winter months by blowing this needed warm air outside before using it for our benefit.

Any ideas?

http://www.skymall.com/shopping/detail.htm?pid=102145336&pnr=M53&cm_mmc=Shopping-_-Google-_-M53-_-102145336

Hi GB.

you can make a radiator manifold out of pipe, the pipe allows the hot air to circulate and heat it up and radiate the heat into the home.

something like this.

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Re: Indoor Clothes Dryer Vent
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2009, 02:20:08 PM »
Very good GB. This is something I never thought about.

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Re: Indoor Clothes Dryer Vent
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Re: Indoor Clothes Dryer Vent
« Reply #3 on: December 07, 2009, 05:50:18 PM »
I have often wondered about a sealed enclosure for the clothes, and a vacuum
pump to pump the air out. Allow the reduced pressure to evaporate the moisture
out of the clothes.

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Re: Indoor Clothes Dryer Vent
« Reply #4 on: December 07, 2009, 06:25:13 PM »
Hi GB,

The product description on your dryer vent indicates it is limited to use with electric dryers. The one I use at home is a gas-powered unit.

Nice idea though.

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Re: Indoor Clothes Dryer Vent
« Reply #5 on: December 08, 2009, 08:22:40 AM »
@Loner:  The nylon stocking is an excellent idea.  Thanks

@Jerry:  Thanks for the radiator manifold design.

 

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