Which dishwasher to choose — features of different types


Dish­wash­ers have close­ly entered our lives and in many homes have become indis­pens­able assis­tants to house­wives. They help to cope with the rou­tine in the kitchen and effort­less­ly wash off stub­born dirt.

Dish­wash­ers are avail­able in var­i­ous sizes. This allows you to choose the appli­ances that fit per­fect­ly into your kitchen. For small apart­ments, where every square meter counts, nar­row dish­wash­ers that com­bine func­tion­al­i­ty and ergonom­ics are per­fect. You can buy such dish­wash­ers in the store online, or by arriv­ing there in per­son.


Dish­wash­er pros:

  • Ease of use — just fill the com­part­ment for deter­gent and salt, load dish­es into the trays and turn on the desired mode. At the end of the work, the machine will stop itself, it remains only to remove clean dish­es from it.
  • Prof­itabil­i­ty — low water con­sump­tion, this will sig­nif­i­cant­ly reduce the cost of pay­ing for water accord­ing to the meter.
  • High tem­per­a­ture — dur­ing the wash­ing process, the water in the dish­wash­er heats up to 70 degrees. This allows you to wash dirt more effi­cient­ly, enhance the wash­ing effect of dish­wash­er deter­gents (pow­der, tablets), and destroy bac­te­ria.
  • Wash­ing dish­es with a com­plex, tex­tured sur­face — due to the pres­sure of water and many jets, all dirt accu­mu­lat­ed in hard-to-reach places, cor­ners, relief pat­terns, etc. is per­fect­ly washed off.
  • Dish­wash­er cleans heav­i­ly soiled dish­es with­out dam­ag­ing the sur­face.

By dimen­sions, dish­wash­ers are divid­ed into:

  • full size — have a width of up to 60 cm, a depth of up to 63 cm, a height of 80 to 86 cm. They can fit up to 16 (some­times 17) sets of dish­es. They have a large wash­ing cham­ber, a large set of pro­grams. But they also take up a lot of space. A great option for a large fam­i­ly, or where events are often held, groups of friends and rel­a­tives gath­er. In small fam­i­lies, to fill such a dish­wash­er, you will have to save dish­es for a cou­ple of days so as not to turn it on half emp­ty.
  • Nar­row — opti­mal width 45 cm. Holds up to 10 sets of dish­es. Such machines com­bine com­pact­ness, good capac­i­ty and a suf­fi­cient num­ber of wash­ing modes. For very small kitchens, you can find mod­els of dish­wash­ers with a width of 40 or even 35 cm. Dif­fer­ences between nar­row dish­wash­ers and stan­dard ones:
    • The cost of such machines is low­er than the stan­dard width.
    • Less elec­tric­i­ty and water con­sump­tion.
    • Reduced wash time.
    • Small­er con­tain­er capac­i­ty.
    • May not fit pots and pans.
  • Com­pact — on aver­age, their width is 55–60 cm, depth is 50–55 cm, and height is from 43 to 60 cm. These mod­els fit up to 6 sets of dish­es. Opti­mal for a small fam­i­ly of 2–3 peo­ple. Can be rep­re­sent­ed by desk­top mod­els. Easy to install, easy to car­ry, it is pos­si­ble to take with you to the coun­try. But due to their mod­est size, their func­tion­al­i­ty is often lim­it­ed.


Types of dish­wash­ers:

  • Embed­ded — built into the kitchen fur­ni­ture and hid­den behind the facade of the door. These cars are more expen­sive. To install them, you need to plan a place for place­ment in advance.
  • Free­stand­ing — it can be placed any­where in the kitchen, next to com­mu­ni­ca­tions.





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