New technology in Beko dishwashers save energy and water
Dishwashers have basically functioned in the same way for the past 93 years. Since the invention of the modern dishwasher in 1929, the spinning arm inside has sprayed with the same circular performance. However, Beko released a new line of dishwashers that feature a contemporary look combined with new innovations to increase function and energy-efficiency.
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The launch spotlights new technology in dishwasher spray arms. Called CornerIntense, each of the new models is equipped with a spray that moves in a rectangle, reaching the four corners of the dishwasher to clean the entire wash basin as it works.
Additionally, the new Beko Series 36 to 39 Dishwasher line uses 50% less water. That equates to savings for the planet and the pocketbook.
Moreover, the dishwashers are energy-efficient, using 25% less electricity for additional savings. Part of this savings comes from the SelfDry technology, which auto-opens the dishwasher door at the end of the wash cycle so dishes can dry naturally. All models have a high Energy Star rating.
Beko dishwashers feature other innovations, such as the EverClean Filter, which takes keeping the filter clear off your dishwasher maintenance list. Some models also feature Beko DeepWash, offering targeted cleaning for narrow bottles and oddly-shaped dishware.