QINGDAO, China, Sept. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Hisense rolled out the world's first innovative Triple-Drum washing machine at this year's IFA in Berlin, one of the world's largest trade shows for consumer electronics. Hisense attracted much attention worldwide with this innovation. Several consumer electronics rivals from around the globe visited the Hisense booth to get a look at the new washing machine.
Unlike a traditional single drum washing machine, the Triple-Drum from Hisense comes equipped with three drums, a novel approach to a common household device taken by China's home appliance giant, allowing homemakers to separate the laundry by placing regular clothing, underwear and socks into three specialized drums. The unusual approach to the design provides consumers with an unprecedented option for sorting the laundry prior to washing and with a washing experience previously only available from professional laundry services. The multi-purpose Triple-Drum washing machine is expected to take the lead in addressing Chinese consumers' growing demand for high-quality home appliances.
With this innovative product, Hisense was able to demonstrate its extensive expertise and many years of experience, in tandem with the company's spirit for innovation and the excellence of its international technology development team. The result is the creation of an industry-disruptive revolutionary product, a front-loading washing machine based on a redesigned platform with optimized system matching, including several breakthrough changes in the structural configuration as well as the design of the drive and shock absorption systems, culminating in a device capable of handling three drums within one machine without having to make the machine taller or wider. Hisense has redefined the washing machine.
At this year's IFA, Hisense also displayed its Huanxi washing machine, which combines the design of a traditional front-loading washing machine with a new wash basin. The space-saving Huanxi a multi-purpose piece of equipment, responding to the demand for a device that fits snugly into a compact modern kitchen and bathroom environment.
Hisense's original Pin-Zhijing and Huanxi washing machines, which have not been available in China, made their debuts at IFA 2016. These new exhibits from Hisense demonstrated the company's vision and commitment to expanding its presence in the international high-end home appliance market. Hisense aims to build a new identity across the global market for made-in-China washing machines, characterized by proprietary innovations and products powered by advanced technologies.
SOURCE Hisense's Washing Machine Business Department