Buying a glasswasher it’s not a simple thing: it’s something to purchase carefully considering many factors. One of the first things to wonder is whether to choose a traditional glasswasher or an under-counter glasswasher. It is not always possible to buy an under-counter glasswasher because of limited space or a furniture which is unsuitable to host it.
On the market there are two types of under-counter glasswashers: with total disappearance or with dashboard in view. Both types have a panel attached to the door of the glasswasher of same color and material as the kitchen, and both are projected to be inserted into the cabinet. The difference between the two types of glasswasher is that the first, once the door is closed, is no longer visible and remains completely hidden inside the cabinet; the second one, instead, is clearly visible because control panel is not covered by coating.
Considering the same technical characteristics and consumption, under-counter dishwasher is a bit more expensive than traditional models. This is because the under-counter dishwasher is designed to be inserted inside a cabinet and needs a special design and some tricks that allow it to disappear.
Glasswashers often have a limited number of programs and, obviously, the higher is the number of programs and optionals, and the greater is the cost. Usually glasswashers with multiple programs are also less noisy (and noise is one of the areas where engineers are more busy trying to find better solutions), something important if the restaurant, the hotel or the bar where it’s installed is small and the noise made by customers is little. Having a noisy under-counter glasswasher isn’t good because you lose the advantage of having it in a cabinet: if you don’t want to see it you don’t even want to hear it. For this reason it’s better to spend some extra money and have a better product.
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