Hair is dried by the hair drier by accelerating water evaporation from the hair’s surface. The temperature of the air around each hair strand rises due to the hot air that hair dryers release. Warm air can hold more moisture than air at ambient temperature, thus more water from your hair can evaporate into the atmosphere.
Additionally, when the temperature rises, it becomes simpler for the individual water molecules to resist their attraction to one another and transition from a liquid to a gaseous form. In hair dryers, electric energy is converted into convective heat by a motor-driven fan and a heating element.
The global hair dryer motor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A full selection of hair dryer motors have been introduced by Johnson Electric under the Salon-Power brand. With a higher power density, The QC381 is a DC motor that offers expert performance levels in a very lightweight compact. The new U5413-P motor offers 20% more air power and 20% longer operational life.
The new U5413-L is 20% lighter and has the same power and life as the current models. The most durable operating life is provided by the U5615.
The Hair Dryer AC Universal Motor (230V) gives the hair dryer the best speed and torque. The hair dryer’s power motor AC universal motors are made for strong power and long-lasting continuous movement.
The MO dryer, designed by Alan Truman, is a portable and functional DC motor dryer for everyday usage. A 1300W DC motor with overheat and auto overrun protection powers it. By killing harmful germs from the hair and scalp and soothing the scalp and hair cuticle, the dryer’s light therapy helps to maintain the condition and growth of the hair.
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