I unhooked the vent tube and the dry time went down to 1 hour. Also, would the k-type thermocouple work on both the stove and dryer? Dear dryerman, Under normal operating conditions, the hot air blown into a clothes dryer's tumbler reaches a temperature of about 175 degrees Celsius. Hall May 14 '14 at 17:46 How to Measure Dew Point in Compressed Air Accurate compressed air testing and dew point measurement is done using a specialized dew point sensor which can be incorporated into air compression system setups. You probably won’t find the maximum temperature of your dryer in the user manual, so you have to measure it yourself if you want to know exactly how hot your device gets. Turns out oven display is reading less than the actual temperature in the oven. Smart Care: This will display a code on the dryer that can be viewed using the camera on a phone with the Samsung Smart Washer/Dryer app. Another air temperature of interest is at the tumbler intake. The dryer duct is clean (had it professionally cleaned), but it is long and has 6 - … – J. While I was doing this, I measured the exhaust temp. If the temperature at that level in the hopper is at the desired setpoint, then the volume of airflow can be assumed to be sufficient. I have a thermocouple attachment for my Klein Tools MM 400 multimeter. 2). The air temperature in this area rose to about 175°C during normal operation [see Figure 1]. The app will then interpret the code and indicate the current status of the dryer and potential troubleshooting steps to … To verify that dryer airflow is adequate, measure the temperature profile within the hopper, paying particular attention to the temperature at the 4-hr (400-lb) level (Fig. Please clarify for me if you know if there is a thermometer specific to testing dryer temperature, and if so, what it would be called. I thought it would be handy for dryers when buying it, but I used it even inside the kitchen oven at 450 F so it's good up to at least that temperature. The dryer takes between 80 and 100 minutes (1.5 to 2 cycles) to get a normal load of clothes dry. As you can see, dryers that run at 135°F or higher temperature can effectively reduce the number of harmful germs. In processes where desiccant air dryers are used, the saturation temperature of the compressed air can lower the dew point up to -40°F. That can ruin some recipes.