The CLASSIC version requires either a removable top cap on the airer's centre post, or a Rotadaptor to attach to the top cap in order to hold the central extension post provided.
This is the 'tent' design for three arm airers with solid (non-removable) tops on the centre-post - and works for many designs of triangular airer including Hills Hoist and similar types. Popular sizes are also available in a heavier weight 'Deluxe' Luxury 300 grade woven material.
WHAT YOU GET: A triangular waterproof cover with a central vent and 100mm side wall below which hangs a 900mm mesh skirt which catches any wind blown rain,
: A weighted hem all round the skirt to prevent it blowing in the wind, and corner weights for added stability,
: An adjustable central extension post up to 700mm long to attached to the centre post to raise the middle of the Dryline and drain rainwater clear of the laundry.
If the side lengths of your airer vary in size (as they normally do), take the average length and use it to work out the cover you need, by using the product selector on the home page.
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I think it's the best 50 pounds I've spent in a long time!
I bought one of these rain covers from you a good few months ago and I have to say that it is the best thing i have ever bought.
through all the rain down pores,and floods that we have had I have still hung out my washing on the line and it has dried. I found that as long as you hang the larger items to the middle and the smaller item to the out side they dry just fine do take a bit longer but it has saved me a fortune in electricity by not having to use the tumble drier.
I just want to say a big thank you and I hope you can share this message with some of your potential customer.
I highly recomend it and thanks again Sue
Although you could hardly call the weather we've had recently ideal drying weather, I have to say that the results were way beyond my expectations. Here in Rotherham we've experienced a real mixed bag of weather conditions, much like the rest of the UK I suppose, everything from clear sunny days with temperatures dropping to -4c to foggy and damp. Anyway, washing left out on the line (under the Rotaire Dryline of course) for a couple of days was found to be dry enough to iron!!! No more clothes on radiators (causing condensation) or electric airers using valuable energy. Well worth the initial expenditure which will pay for itself several times over before we would need to consider a replacement (due to the robust nature of its construction).