Dishwashers: What Is Condensing Dry Technology?

Last Update date : 2017.07.07

The Condensing Dry Technology employed by Samsung dishwashers in the drying cycle uses the heat generated in the final rinse and a fan to dry your dishes.

There are three big advantages to this design:


● It saves energy by using built up heat left over from the final rinse cycle.


It is safe and will not damage cabinets or countertops like traditional venting that emits hot steam through a door vent.


It operates much quieter by redirecting and dissipating moisture to the base of the dishwasher instead of back into the room.


For Best Drying Results


Use Liquid Rinse Aid


You can adjust the amount over four levels (1~4). The higher the number, the larger the amount of rinse aid your dishwasher releases. When the rinse dispenser is filled up, it is good for about 40 washes.

Use the Sanitize Option


The temperature rises to 162 ˚F (72 ˚C) in the final rinse cycle for high temperature sanitization and a more efficient drying cycle.

Open the Door Within One of Hour of Cycle Completion:


Opening or cracking the door within 1 hour allows air to circulate through dishwasher promoting better evaporation and preventing condensation from forming on dishes as they cool.

Note: Plastic ware can absorb moisture. Also, water tends to bead up on plastic surfaces preventing effective evaporation even when you use a rinse aid. Some plastic items may have to be towel dried.

 

If you have additional questions or require further assistance, please contact Samsung Customer Care using one of the options below.

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