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Understanding Weight Capacity vs. Load Capacity in ClotheslinesUpdated 11 days ago

When choosing a clothesline, it's important to understand the difference between Weight Capacity and Load Capacity, as these terms define the limits of what the clothesline can handle.


Weight Capacity

Weight Capacity refers to the total weight that the clothesline can support. For instance, if a clothesline has a weight capacity of 39 kg, it means that the line can hold up to 39 kg of clothes, linens, and other items at once. Exceeding this limit may cause the line to sag, stretch, or break.

Load Capacity

Load Capacity, on the other hand, indicates the amount of space available on the clothesline for a specific number of laundry loads. For example, a load capacity of "2 loads" means that the clothesline can accommodate the number of clothes typically found in two full 7 kg washing machine loads. This measurement helps you determine how many laundry loads you can dry at once, ensuring you have enough line space without overcrowding.

By understanding both weight and load capacities, you can choose a clothesline that best suits your laundry needs, ensuring durability and efficiency.

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