Maytag is an American household appliance brand owned by Whirlpool Corporation.
Maytag was founded by Frederic Meitag in 1893 as a manufacturer of agricultural equipment. In 1915, the production of its own tractors and grain harvesting equipment was launched.
From 1915 to 1920, the company was engaged in the development and production of various products from fountain pens to cars, but it was only thanks to the production of washing machines that the company became widely known.
The first washing machine "Pastime" was mechanical and made of wood. Later, an electric motor and an internal combustion engine were used in it for regions without electric energy. Since 1919, the production of reliable aluminum washing machines has begun.
During World War II, Maytag produced engines and components for aircraft, but the company's management did not forget about plans for the future and prepared for expansion.
In 1946 the company begins to develop refrigeration equipment for commercial organizations: shops, restaurants, hotels. Maytag has been producing household refrigerators only since the late 1980s.
To strengthen its position in the global home appliance market, the company acquired such well-known brands as Amana, Jenn-Air, Hoover, etc.
In 2006, Maytag was acquired by one of the largest manufacturers of household appliances Whirlpool.
Scope of use: professional (for laundry)
Loading type: frontal
The amount of laundry for washing: 11 kg
Advanced spin technology
300 G-factor / 1000 rpm
Drum 88 l
Brushless inverter motor
Tested 15,000 cycles
DuraCore Drive system
Water supply: hot
Mains: 230V / 50Hz / 10A
Noise level: 68 dB
Number of washing programs: 5
Dimensions: 88x88x74 cm
Weight: 107 kg
Shipping Weight: 111 kg