Embark on a journey through the annals of corporate evolution, commencing in 1901 with the inception of Lux in Stockholm, a company initially dedicated to crafting kerosene lanterns. The turning
point emerged in 1910 when Elektromekaniska AB took root in Sweden, specializing in motor production. Witnessing Lux's waning fortunes due to the advent of electricity, a pivotal
shift occurred - the transition from lamp crafting to the assembly of vacuum cleaners.
Axel Wenner-Grön, a luminary Lux sales agent, captivated by this novel production paradigm, commenced collaboration in 1912. Within a few years, he birthed his own enterprise, christened Svenska
Elektron. Momentum gathered, culminating in Wenner-Gren's acquisition of Elektromekaniska. An amalgamation proposal soon followed, birthing Elektrolux in 1918 (initially adorned
with a "k").
Elektrolux burgeoned into crafting refrigerators and vacuum cleaners, extending its reach globally. War years failed to impede production; in 1944, industrial washing
machines rolled off the assembly line, succeeded by the introduction of household washing machines W20 in 1951.
A tapestry of expansion unfolded as Electrolux acquired diverse companies, diversifying into dishwashers, electric stoves, and compressors. Notable milestones included the integration of the
Italian Zanussi in 1984 and the German AEG in 1994.
In the present day, Electrolux stands as an epitome of production excellence in household, professional, and garden equipment, with its nerve center in Stockholm. Its Russian
odyssey commenced in 1994, crowned by the establishment of a St. Petersburg plant in 2005, albeit shuttered in 2010 due to uncompetitive pricing vis-à-vis Russian market dynamics.
Modern technologies underscore Electrolux's commitment to quality and reliability, epitomized by washing machines with a potential operational lifespan of two decades.
Cutting-edge features include the Steam System, adorning premium models, facilitating not only efficient stain removal but also easing the ironing process. My Favorite Plus technology streamlines
user interaction, recalling frequently used programs, while the Time Manager function permits manual washing time adjustments, even as short as 14 minutes.
Direct Spray technology contributes to water and energy conservation, exemplifying Electrolux's commitment to eco-friendliness. Top-loading machines boast an auto-parking
function, allowing the drum to elevate for effortless loading.
Diversity shines in the multitude of programs, catering not just to cotton or delicate fabrics but also extending to specialized categories like pillows, lingerie, and sports items. Spin speeds
range from 400 to 1600 revolutions, ensuring swift yet fabric-friendly drying, cutting down the time by 25 minutes.
Meet the ELECTROLUX EWF1408WDL2, a titan among washing machines, boasting a 10 kg cotton fabric capacity. Synthetic fabrics find a home at 4 kg, and wool at 2 kg. Spinning at an
impressive 1400 rpm, adjustable for discerning users. The tank, a marvel of carbonran (composite alloy), integrates a subtle backlight. This model flaunts 14 wash programs, including
attention-grabbers like steam wash, delicate linen, and duvet cycles. Energy consumption flaunts an impressive A+++, complemented by leak protection and child safety features. Originating from
Italy, this powerhouse is a testament to Electrolux's enduring commitment to innovation and excellence.