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Dishwashing is black or white

AMICA-rep-IMAGE.jpgAmica has added a new range of freestanding dishwashers to its line-up of feature-rich home appliances. As Poland's leading home appliance manufacturer and one of Europe's fastest growing, Amica is rapidly increasing its business here in the UK; building on an increasingly recognised reputation for first-class customer service.

The new Amica ZMW646BE/WE 60cm dishwashers, launched during July 2013, are available in a choice of white or black and are A++AA rated for energy, wash and drying performance. Features also include:

* 14 place settings
* start delay up to 24 hours
* zone-wash function
* 6 wash programmes
* 5 different temperature selections
* ...and the important safety child lock

The new dishwashers consume just 0,93kWh/24 hours on a normal 50°C cycle and use an average of 11 litres of water during the same. Noise levels are kept down to a 45 dB(A) which is easily quiet enough to chat over.

Baskets and racks within are flexible and variable to allow for larger pots and pans. The third rack cutlery basket and an LED interior light makes it easy to load/unload and to see everything inside.

Electronic salt and rinse indicators are displayed alongside its clean uncluttered LED programme sequence panel.

The techy bit:

* 266kWh per annum (estimate)
* 3080 litres of water per annum (estimate)
* 84.5 x 59.8 x 60cm (w) dimensions
* Concealed heating element
* Stainless steel interior

Like all Amica appliances the new dishwashers are supplied with a two-year parts and labour guarantee at no additional cost.

T: 01425 461600
E: sales@amica-international.co.uk
W: www.amica-international.co.uk

13th September 2013




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