The temperature that dryers can reach varies depending on the type and model of the dryer. Generally, dryers operate at temperatures between 125-135 degrees Fahrenheit (52-57 degrees Celsius) on the low heat setting and between 135-160 degrees Fahrenheit (57-71 degrees Celsius) on the high heat setting.
However, some dryers can reach even higher temperatures, up to 200-220 degrees Fahrenheit (93-104 degrees Celsius) on the highest heat setting. It is important to note that the temperature inside the dryer can vary depending on the load size, type of fabric, and length of the drying cycle.
It is also worth noting that dryers have safety features to prevent overheating, such as automatic shut-off switches and thermostats that regulate the temperature inside the dryer to prevent it from reaching dangerous levels. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for safe and proper use of your dryer, including not overloading it and cleaning the lint filter regularly.