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The impeccable performance of Viking's dishwashers will have you spending more time perfecting succulent dishes and worrying less about clean-ups. Viking built-in dishwashers are installed beneath countertops and install flush with surrounding cabinets for a sleek appearance across the kitchen. Select from stainless steel, black, white, blue, red, and slate door panels to match with corresponding appliances.
These superb dish cleaning machines have a standard 24" width and a serviceable 16 place setting capacity along with a cutlery tray, suitable for those who love to cook on a daily basis. Cluttered dishware can easily be sorted with up to 3 racks, including some that feature an upper Smart FullSize™ rack for large utensils and an adjustable top rack to easily fit taller glasses.
Viking dishwashers take on the heavy-duty work all while doing so with minimal noise thanks to the Quiet Clean™ performance package. They are designed with three layers of insulation which makes dishwashers from Viking one of the quietest on the market with noise levels as low as 42 dBA.
Dishes with dried-on lasagna will be no match against Viking dishwashers. Many models have up to 8 cycles, including auto, crystal/china, quick wash, and more to get tableware sparkling clean, along with some units that feature a water softener to prevent cloudiness and streaks from hard water. In addition, a few come equipped with energy-saving functions such as half load, earning them an Energy Star rating.
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