If the dryer itself already includes a socket outlet that was designed to power a stackable washer then you should have no problem as long as the home's Dryer Circuit, and its breakers, can support the extra Kilowatts of power which the washer will take.
To your question "Is there an adapter that would allow for separate use of the washer in its own outlet" the answer is No.
Even if the stackable washer is mounted on top of the dryer it may still be possible to plug the washer into the existing, but separate, socket outlet that is intended to power a washer. If you cannot do that then it is best that you call in a licensed electrician to advise you.
IF YOU NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOB
SAFELY AND COMPETENTLY
REFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
If you do this work yourself, always turn off the power at the breaker box/fuse panel BEFORE you attempt to do any work AND always use a meter or voltage indicator to insure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.
Usually a stackable washer and dryer system will need a special outlet. Dryers usually run on a 220 outlet so they will need a special outlet installed where you plan to place your washer and dryer.
Stackable washer dryer combination only requires one type of outlet. Both units run on 110v circuit. Therefore, only one outlet is necessary to plug both units into.
No adapter is needed, 110 and 115 volt are interchangeable.
No, you must either upgrade the appliance cord or downgrade the outlet.
you get an adapter
no, you willdouble the voltage
Do not use an adapter. You need a properly wired outlet for a washing machine. A shock could kill you.
You need an outdoor outlet in order to hook up outdoor bose speakers.
No. Don't do it. You need 240 volt supply.
you put the adapter in to its spot then pulg the cord into an outlet