Fisher & Paykel Appliances unveiled the next generation version of its iconic DishDrawer dishwasher line, with remote controls to eliminate external interface and other design features to allow for seamless cabinetry integration.
All integrated models have a wireless remote, to eliminate the need for an external interface and create clean lines in the kitchen design. Single integrated models' seamless cabinetry integration is facilitated with rear venting and an adjustable door option. 24-inch models now have the capacity to accommodate seven place settings per drawer instead of six, as in previous models. The new DishDrawer will be available in the United States and Canada in December 2011 under both the Fisher & Paykel brand name and the DCS by Fisher & Paykel brand name.
The drawer dishwasher concept was conceived by F&P in 1986 and was unveiled at Domotechnica, the German event that was then the premiere global appliance trade show. It was released in North America in 1998.
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