The kitchen is one of the noisiest rooms in the home. But it doesn’t have to be. Samsung turns the kitchen’s chief noisemaker into a gentle peacemaker. That’s because every component of a Samsung dishwasher – water pumps, flow meters, spray arms – is meticulously engineered to deliver the quietest, most advanced washing cycle possible. Thanks to this unique noise prevention design, you won’t have to talk over your dishwasher or turn your TV volume up ever again.
Did you know that a dishwasher can quietly, secretly sabotage your home? Hard-to-find leaks can cause extensive damage to your kitchen floor and, if you live in a multi-unit building, even affect the home below yours. That’s why the Samsung dishwasher is equipped with a unique Digital Leakage Sensor designed to detect even the smallest traces of water. Located below the dishwasher, the sensor immediately shuts off the electrical connection after detecting a leak saving you from the expensive aftermath of a water-related emergency.
Samsung’s exclusive twister nozzle system gets every dish extra clean. A unique and dramatic upgrade from the traditional straight-line nozzle system, the twister’s powerful rotating effect whips water onto and into more of each dish maximizing our dishwasher’s cleaning performance. Just imagine Mother Nature summoning up the cleaning tornado inside the machine so that your dishes come out perfectly clean. Our engineers did.
You don’t cook the same meals every day, so you don’t use the same dishes everyday either. Samsung’s new blue cap 3-level tine holder lets you fold tines at an angle ideally suited to each dish. With tines that stretch 40mm longer than typical tines and convenient tine caps, adjusting them to your daily needs is a breeze.
Rounded grips on rack partitions designed to secure fragile stemware during wash cycles.
Appearance of the touchpad. It can be hidden from view for a sleeker look or partially hidden for more visibility.
Panel design and functionality. Touch control means the buttons are smooth sensors embedded in the cooktop.
Material applied to racks during manufacturing. Nylon is stain-resistant, cut-resistant, and durable.
The exterior color of the dishwasher.
The percentage of water that has been effectively dried by the end of a wash cycle.
Method of drying employed. A fan-driven condenser relies on heat and suction to evaporate water from dishware.
Mechanism in dishwasher that grinds and washes away food particles, eliminating the need for pre-rinsing.
A 6-Layer Door and Advanced Motor Sound Insulation System that provides quiet and peaceful dishwashing.
Mode that uses sensors to gauge and implement the optimal wash settings for each load.
Mechanism that produces clean rinse water. Multiple filtration prevents impurities and food particles from reentry.
Mechanism that sprays water in a dishwasher. Multiple wash arms ensure even water distribution during a cycle.
Mechanism that detects water leakage and instantly shuts machine down to prevent any extensive floor damage.
Gentle-pressure wash cycle ideal for protecting fragile china, crystal, and glassware.
High-power wash cycle ideal for hard-to-clean or heavily soiled dishes, pots, and pans.
Dinner settings (large, plate small plate, bowl, cup, saucer, and utensils) that a dishwasher can clean in one load.
Number of holders within a rack that can be removed to load different dish sizes and shapes.
Security measure on the control panel that prevents children from starting the machine.
Mode that increases the water temperature and duration of final rinse cycle in accordance with NSF standards.
The level of efficiency as measured by how much energy is expended per cycle. The lower, the better.
Compliance with Energy Star, a government program, ensures eco-conscious, energy efficient dishwashing.
Fasteners that hold down lighter items such as cups, so that they remain secure during wash cycles.
Weight of the dishwasher in pounds (lbs.)
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