BUYING GUIDE FOR 240V APPLIANCES

Appliances in the US have a rating requirement of 110/120v. But did you know that some manufacturers also produce 220/240v appliances such as air conditioners, stoves, and other large appliances? That’s because they have large motors that need the power to start faster and run efficiently. Some buyers opt for 240v appliances because of these reasons.  Continue reading BUYING GUIDE FOR 240V APPLIANCES

5 THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING 220V WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER

Aside from price, many things must be taken into account before deciding on a 220v window air conditioner to buy. As a wise consumer, you want to ensure you are purchasing an appliance that will not only cool your space efficiently but also last a long time. The following are five factors to consider when buying a 220v window air conditioner. Continue reading 5 THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING 220V WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER

220 VOLT AIR COMPRESSOR – TOP 5 BUYING TIPS

Many homes, commercial businesses, and industrial plants and factories rely on 220-volt air compressors for day-to-day use. These machines are designed to produce compressed air that can be utilized for different processes and procedures. If you are in search of an air compressor that fits your needs, here are five tips to keep in mind: Continue reading 220 VOLT AIR COMPRESSOR – TOP 5 BUYING TIPS

KITCHENAID MIXER PROFESSIONAL HD – WHY IS IT SO POPULAR?

The KitchenAid Mixer Professional HD is a staple for most kitchens because of the product’s versatility and functionality. You, too, can take advantage of the numerous features of this particular model. Why exactly is the KitchenAid Professional HD stand mixer so popular to home cooks and chefs alike? Continue reading KITCHENAID MIXER PROFESSIONAL HD – WHY IS IT SO POPULAR?

AN OVERVIEW OF TRANSFORMER CONVERTER 220V TO 110V

If you are in the market for a transformer then you will probably come across the terms ‘step up’ and ‘step down.’ Basically, a transformer can either bring the voltage ‘up’ or ‘down’ depending on requirements. If you want to power up a machine that runs on 110 V in an environment with an electrical supply of 220 volts, you will need a ‘step down’ transformer to make it work. Since the machine requires 110 volts by design, you have to supply it with the same voltage input—thus, your transformer needs to bring the 220 V supplied by the mains down to 110 V. Continue reading AN OVERVIEW OF TRANSFORMER CONVERTER 220V TO 110V

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SLOW COOKER AND A NORMAL COOKER?

If you love to cook, then it’s always a good idea to equip your kitchen with both a slow cooker. But what exactly is a slow cooker and how is it different from a pressure cooker? Simply put, slow cookers cook food gradually over a span of six to 10 hours. It is designed to keep heat, water, and moisture inside the pot, thereby keeping all nutrients intact. It utilizes a low temperature throughout the cooking process so make meats extra soft. Slow cookers use moist heat; it depends on the moisture created during the heating procedure to cook the food. Pressure cookers, on the other hand, use steam heat. Continue reading WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SLOW COOKER AND A NORMAL COOKER?

TOP 5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT MULTI SYSTEM TVs

Have you ever encountered the term multi-system TV? If you’ve heard about it but aren’t quite sure what it is, you are not alone. Most people are not aware that different countries use different formats—either NTSC or PAL—and that a TV that is designed for one country might not work in another. If your TV is not compatible with the system designated in the country where you are in, then the quality of your viewing experience will diminish. It might be time to get a multisystem TV. Continue reading TOP 5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT MULTI SYSTEM TVs