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XYO Washing Machines

Market Potential

  • 70 million washing machines are produced annually.

  • Over 500 million washing machines are used daily.


Reducing energy use of all washing machines by 15% is enough to power the city of Milan. XYO can reduce energy use by up to 50%.

The Problems & Solution 

The Problems & Solution

Current Issues

  • Excessive vibration
  • High energy usage
  • Noisy wash cycle
  • They suffer from vibration problems caused by unbalanced laundry loads.
  • Manufacturers attempt to mask the problem using counterweights, springs, dampers, etc.,

Benefits of Using XYO

  • Vibration reduced by 89%
  • Power consumption reduced by 43%
  • Noise levels Decreased by 11.3 dB
  • Spin speed increased by 29 RPM
  • Increased water extraction and reduced dryer usage.
  • Reduce/eliminate counterweights lowers shipping & transport costs.
  • Decreased mechanical wear improves product longevity and lowers warranty repair costs.

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