The main part of the dewatering machine is the inner liner, the inner liner is lined with small holes, and the clothes to be dehydrated are placed in the liner. The motor is driven by a belt to rotate the inner liner at high speed.
The result is a large centrifugal force, which is then thrown out through the small holes in the liner, and is collected and discharged uniformly. In general, for wet clothing, the dewatering machine worked two minutes to achieve the same drying effect as the dryer worked 20 minutes to achieve the same effect, but the dehydration machine can not completely dry clothes. Therefore, a time and energy saving practice is to dry wet clothing first dehydration  operation, after the water is finished drying operation.