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Long gone are those days when people had a kitchen separated from a living room. With the decrease in the size of the apartment, the kitchen is attached to the living space, which makes it important to have an ultra-quiet dishwasher so that it will not disturb the conversation or make it hard to hear the TV. Bosch has come up with their new quiet dishwashers, which makes sound as low as 39 dBA - the quietest line of dishwashers in North America.

The Bosch dishwasher is so quiet; Bosch invented the InfoLight which indicates that the dishwasher is still on, so you won't have to guess.

Efficiency of Bosch Dishwasher:
The Bosch dishwasher uses two gallons of water per cycle and according to the federal standard, 97 percent less energy, it is the most water-and-energy-efficient dishwasher.
• While providing extra room for large dishes, the unique V-shaped design helps to separate silverware.
• The dishwashers heat the water quickly and efficiently using the flow-through water heater channels through tight coils.
• The half Load option washes small, lightly soiled loads that occupy half or less of the dishwasher's capacity. The program uses sensor decisions and hence reduces energy and water consumption.

Performance of Bosch Dishwasher:

Water Softener - The water-softening system softens the water to the optimal level.

AquaStop® Plus - It detects leaks in the solid molded base of the dishwasher, shuts down operation and automatically pumps out water so it cannot make contact with the floor.

Sanitize Option - This dishwasher eliminates 99.9% of bacteria, and enhances the drying results.

Variable Spray Pressure - This allows higher and lower spray pressure, based on the cycle, for better load customization and enhanced cleaning performance.

Load Size Sensor automates wash temperature, hence saving water and electricity.

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