Dishwashers

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Invented by Josephine Cochrane in 1886 because of the fear that her servants would smash her porcelains, the dishwasher is now one of the most common home appliances. If a little skepticism always accompanies your first purchase, it is one of those objects that you immediately learn not to do without. In addition to ensuring a quiet relaxation after lunch, removing the stress and anxiety of cleaning the dishes manually, the high temperature washing ensures a deeper cleaning and greater hygiene, preventing the dishes from coming in contact with water waste.


Costs and consumption of dishwashers

Usually the costs are frightening when buying a dishwasher: the initial expense is accompanied by the fear of high consumption. But there is a lot of difference between the first high consumption models put on the market and the latest generation ones. The recent Water Save technology developed on the most recent dishwashers ensures an average consumption of only 10-14 liters per wash (in some models even less than 10), compared to 20 for handwashing. The energy label on the appliance provides all the information necessary to identify performance and consumption. First of all it is good to pay attention to the energy class (A, A +, A ++, A +++) and to the indication on consumption of annual kWh. The label also displays information on washing efficiency, water consumption per liter, additional functions (such as drying) and the noise level of the appliance. Daily consumption can be further limited by small precautions: wash at full load, prefer rapid cycles, clean the filter after each cycle, avoid pre-washing and final drying with hot air.


Which dishwasher to choose

Finding your way through the myriad of brands and models can be difficult. There is no "best" brand and model, rather there is a dishwasher that adapts better to your needs than others. Before proceeding with the purchase it is therefore advisable to check exactly where to place the dishwasher, the available budget, the dimensions, the water and electric connections. The dishwashers can be free standing or built-in: • Free standing are the free-standing dishwashers. This category of free-positioning appliances has greater finishes than built-in dishwashers and is designed to be positioned on sight. It is obviously available in various colors, brands and models. • The built-in dishwashers are designed for direct insertion of the appliance into the cabinet, therefore missing side trims, the top panel and the front panel. As you know, the eye wants its part and the built-in dishwashers are the perfect solution for those who want to hide the appliance and camouflage it with the furniture. A standard 12-dish dishwasher measures approximately 60 cm in width and 80 cm in height. But there are models for all needs: the 40x45 cm for those who have little space but do not want to give up the pleasure of automatic washing; or that from cica 24 covered, for those who do not like to make additional loads or owns a large family. Table-top dishwashers, generally small in size, made to be laid on other supports such as kitchen counters; and also the latest generation of Wi-Fi dishwashers: controllable from home or from work, at a cost obviously higher than the classic models. Are you looking for a new dishwasher or accessories for your appliance? Visit our store dedicated to dishwashers and discover all the available options!
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