Dryer in the kitchen - is that even possible?

In some cases there are concerns about placing the dryer in the kitchen. You can find out where the cause for concern is and which of them are unfounded here.

Exhaust air dryer in the kitchen

There can be no problems with an exhaust air dryer in the kitchen. The warm and humid air that flows out of the dryer can easily escape into the open through the kitchen window or the exhaust ventilation system.

Condenser dryer in the kitchen

With a condenser dryer, a very small amount of moist air can escape, and warm air flows from the dryer into the kitchen. Normally this is not a problem with such low amounts of moisture. Cooking alone creates more hot air and more moisture than the dryer.

Tips & Tricks To be on the safe side, you can simply open the kitchen window when the dryer is in operation so that the hot, moist residual air can better escape from the dryer. In most cases, however, this is not absolutely necessary.