Zanussi Dishwasher Review
Features - Integrated and Slimline Models
If you are searching for a dishwasher that looks good, works well, but won’t clean out your wallet in the process, a Zanussi dishwasher, might be the answer. Zanussi produce simple but stylish machines that don’t confuse the consumer with too many controls.
Zanussi’s good design has been officially recognized by the Chicago Anthenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design who gave the Zanussi-branded ‘Izzi’ dishwasher a ‘Good Design’ award in 2002. If you like the look of your Zanussi dishwasher you can also purchase a laundry to match for a co-ordinated look.
Zanussi, Slimline and Integrated Dishwasher Technology
Most Zanussi dishwashers come with aqua pulse technology which is an intelligent wash system that combines a gently spray with a high pressure burst of water at four second intervals. This aqua pulse feature helps to use less water than conventional washing methods, while still producing clean dishes.
All models (including integrated and slimline) are internally, reinforced, which helps to decrease vibration and noise. The quietest model has a sound level of approx 47dB, which is good, but not as quiet as other models, such as AEG which has a sound level of only 43dB.
Program options on Zanussi models may include: Intensive 70 deg wash (ideal for heavily soiled items), quickwash (cycle only takes 30 minutes), automatic program (push one button and the machine sensors what sort of cycle is needed, varying the water, temperature and wash time), careplus (suited for chopping boards, carving knives and cooking utensils), economy (standard program that cuts back on water and energy), 24 hr delay start (allows you wash when lower electricity rates are available).
The full-size Zanussi integrated dishwashers accommodates up to 12 place settings, whereas, the slimline models hold up to 9 place settings.
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