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Miele Built-In Dishwashers
Since the introduction of their first dishwashers in 1963, Miele has stood by the “Forever Better” mantra and continued to improve the way we wash our dishes. They offer a variety of built-in dishwashers series, each having their own advantages while delivering a quality performance to lessen your workload. From the popular entry-level Futura Classic Plus Series, to setting the standards high with the Futura Diamond Series, there’s a Miele built-in dishwasher to suit your daily domestic needs and budget.
Designed to seamlessly match your kitchen aesthetic, dishwashers from Miele come in finishes such as stainless steel, black, and white. For a more customizable look, fully integrated units can be panel ready to streamline with your cabinetry. Cycles can easily be started with a sleek exterior control panel featured on full console models.
Enjoy throwing festive dinner parties? Tall tub dishwashers have a super-capacity of up 16 place settings and feature 3 racks, to easily organize and load even the largest amount of dishes. However, if you need just the everyday fundamentals, dishwashers with a slimline 18” width deliver the same quality performance without the excess space of a standard 24” unit. They can house up to 10 place settings, enough to all fit your pots and pans from whipping up a multi-course meal.
Most models include Miele’s uniquely designed cutlery tray, which provides thorough cleaning and eliminates the hassle of cluttered silverware. Some are equipped with up to 16 wash cycles including, SaniWash, Pots & Pans, and more. Many have a quick wash cycle to conveniently deliver the best possible cleaning and drying results in just under an hour. With a low noise level of 37 dBA, you might even forget it’s there.
The Futura Classic Plus, Futura Dimension, and Futura Lumen Series even offer ADA compliant dishwashers that make it usable by virtually everyone. In addition, all Miele dishwashers can be connected to a hot water supply of up to 140°F, which reduces power consumption by up to 50%. In doing so, most of the units are environmentally friendly and have been certified with an Energy Star rating.