KitchenAid Dishwashers With Pressure-Optimizing Wash Arms
Feb 16, 2009
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Pressure-optimizing wash arms are engineered to provide concentrated wash performance in new KitchenAid Superba Series EQ dishwashers. The pressurized wash arms are parts of the EQ Wash System, which also utilizes a variable speed motor that automatically adjusts power based on water conditions to maximize energy efficiency while reducing motor noise.

KitchenAid says the dishwasher measures at 41 dBA's, and has 13 points of sound dampening, to further reduce noise from the motor and wash arms by blocking the path of noise through the dishwasher.

The new dishwasher collection under the KitchenAid name includes the Superba Series EQ, a core Superba Series, and the Classic Series, all available beginning this spring. The line is designed for 25% better results, energy efficiency, and the industry's lowest sound level.

Classic Series models feature four stainless steel wash arms, a 100% stainless steel tall tub, an Optimum Wash Sensor that adjusts the wash cycle to specific water conditions to maximize cleaning effectiveness and efficiency, and a dedicated heating element with a Heat Dry option that heats the tub at the end of the cycle to dry dishes.

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