Technology In The Appliances
Sharing is caring!University competitions who discover young talent, but what is certain is that in our daily life we are surrounded by them. From the washing machine and refrigerator, appliances with which we are very familiar to modern gadgets that begin to invade our homes as the robots vacuum cleaners, the technology around us on a daily basis. We tell you the secrets of some of these robots at home. A special section of the robot vacuum cleaners. 50 years ago our grandmothers had only a broom and dustpan to finish with fluff, hairs and crumbs off the floor. Right now there is no longer a home that does not have a vacuum cleaner manual that ends with the dirt. And from a little over a year ago have become fashionable robots vacuum cleaners. A few devices similar to a plastic box tv and with wheels that moves anarchically without bumping walls or furniture thanks to a series of sensors that control what you have around you. Even avoid falling down the stairs and go back to their plug to charge and keep cleaning the house. Something unthinkable just a few tens of years. In fact, even have improved their design and performance to reach the most difficult corners of the home, such as corners and recesses. This is the case, for example, robot vacuum cleaners as Hombot Square of LG, specifically designed to suck up the corners thanks to its square instead of circular.On the other hand, the first washing machines were limited to reproduce the movement of people to clean garments: manually operated by a lever, a machine rubbed the clothes against a rough surface. Automatic washing machines are much more comfortable and incorporate an electric motor that rotates a drum on which you place the garments. To this basic mechanism have been adding functions to control aspects such as temperature, time of washing and centrifugation, all thanks to the introduction of microelectronics has allowed them to get washing clothes as if it had been washing by hand, preventing the damaging clothes. In fact even the drums have improved their design and performance even to bow to make better use of water for each wash. Refrigerators have evolved a lot from those wells of snow in which our ancestors preserved food. The coolers are absorbing heat in the inside of the appliance and expulsandolo outside. To achieve this effect are used liquids that evaporate quickly, and in doing so, the molecules of heat steal a large amount of energy in your environment and cooled. This steam energy is transported by a closed circuit to the outside of the appliance, where a motor compresses it to return to its liquid state and start the cycle again. In the first refrigerators employed was the liquid ammonia or sulfuric acid, and was subsequently sustitutito By the famous chlorofluorocarbons or CFCs. Currently, due to the environmental problem that involves the use of these substances that destroy the ozone layer, the modern refrigerators use hydrofluorocarbons, or HFCs, which do not carry chlorine in the molecule and whose destructive effect is less. Even some refrigerators have a special light in the drawer of the vegetables which, they say, ??simulates photosynthesis and prolongs the freshness of fruits and vegetables ??. For example, the LG Magic Crisper technology allows to regulate the moisture content of the food to keep them more time perfect for consumption. Technology advances to giant steps: already exist in the ceramic plates that we can use to load the cell, deep fryers that fry without oil, walls that store heat ?? all seems possible thanks to these modern robots that will improve our comfort and will make it much easier tasks in the home.window._taboola = window._taboola || [];_taboola.push({mode:'thumbnails-a', container:'taboola-below-article', placement:'below-article', target_type: 'mix'});Post navigationPrevious Post:The Future of Media in the Digital WorldNext Post:The 4 Most Expensive CarsLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website window._taboola = window._taboola || [];_taboola.push({mode:'thumbnails-rr', container:'taboola-2', placement:'sidebar-2', target_type: 'mix'});Recent PostsWhat is the Technology?Brilliant MindsTechnology in Plastic SurgeryTechnology: The Great Advances of 2017The 4 Most Expensive CarsTechnology in the appliancesThe Future of Media in the Digital WorldHow Hurricanes are Form?Origin Of ChristmasWhat Not To Do in Sex EducationCategoriesBeautyBusiness on the internetCarsCellphonesCriptomonedaCultureHistoryInternetNatureNewsPsychologyScienceTecnologyPowered by WordPress and Poseidon.window._taboola = window._taboola || [];_taboola.push({flush: true});/* */
Published on: 11/18/02, 9:17 PM