Miele G 5830 SCU
These are the rotating objects that blast the dishes with the cleaning mixture throughout the cycle. The more arms the better the wash!
Asko D5954 Outdoor
You can adjust the height of the machine which means that if the floor is uneven you can level it out.
Audible noise is the noise that a device produces while in operation. Reduced audible noise improves quality.
This will inform you how much longer the device needs before completion.
With a wider range of programs to choose from you can be more specific and choose the best, most economic program for your needs.
KitchenAid KDFX 7017
This is the maximum amount of time you can set the machine to begin in the future.
The machine will let you know when it is finished with an alarm or even by playing a tune.
With a delay start option you can schedule the machine to begin at a later time. You can also set the machine to wash at night if your electricity is cheaper outside of peak times.
This option minimizes energy and water usage while cleaning, and is suited for lightly to moderately soiled items.
The number of place settings indicates the amount the dishwasher can hold. One place setting refers to the complete set of dishes and cutlery that one person would use for a meal.
KitchenAid KDFX 7017
More flip tines create more storage space within the machine.
The appliance is either Energy Star Certified, or has an EU energy efficiency rating of A++ or A+++. This means it consumes around 20-30% less energy than is required by the minimum local standards for energy efficiency.
The amount of water used during the average cycle. Less water usage means more energy savings and is kinder to the environment.
Aqua stop machines have a special mechanical system which cuts off the water flow into the tub if a fault occurs with the inlet pipe.
The time light feature means the machine will beam a light on the floor indicating how much longer until completion.
Machines with a load sensor can weigh the load and adjust settings accordingly. This means you don't have to feel as guilty about doing a smaller load as the machine will use less water.