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A clothes iron is a small hand-held appliance with a handle holding a flat, roughly triangular ... Ironing works by loosening the ties between the long chains of molecules that exist in polymer fiber materials. ... The UK Electricity Association is reported to have said that an electric iron with a carbon arc appeared in France in  ...

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The most important component that helps to regulate temperature in an electric ...

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Jan 23, 2017 ... Want to know how your electric iron goes on/off by itself? Watch this video to find out In this video I have explained in detailed how an electric iron works. ... the electric guy i subscribed. also i did not know thats what the inside ...

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Mar 15, 2010 ... Learn how the electric iron works through the principle of heating ... Now you may ask, why do we need to control the temperature of the iron?

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Oct 17, 2016 ... The basic principle on which the electric iron box works is that when a current is passed through a piece of wire, the wire heats up. This heat is ...

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Jul 6, 2009 ... The electric iron was invented by Henry W. Seely of New York who received a patent in 1882 after developing a design for an "electric flat iron," ...

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The electricity stimulated the iron's internal coils. But Seeley's iron, like many early electric irons, did not have electric cords. The irons were heated on a stand.

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An electric iron is used to remove wrinkles from clothing, tablecloths, drapes and other fabric items. Read the iron's manual to determine whether or not steam is ...

eprints.utem.edu.my/2985/1/Design_And_Analysis_Of_Electrical_Iron_Using_Boothroyd_Dewhurst_DFMA_Methodology_-_24_pages.pdf

electrical iron were gathered to get a better insight on how the iron works. .... called a steam press to do most of the work of ironing clothes. Alternately, a rotary  ...