Miele Dishwasher

By Robert Robillard on Tool Reviews

Miele Dishwasher

Miele Dishwasher is Quiet, Efficient And 90% Recyclable

I’m afraid that I may soon be in the market for a new dishwasher. I have been doing some research and as many of you well know I am a big fan of energy conservation and recycling.

This blog is a great way to share information and I wanted to share my findings on this with you.

Who is Miele?

Many of you may have heard of Miele. They make everything from vacuums, coffee, wine storage, refrigeration, laundry machines to dishwashers.

Miele G2002 Dishwasher

Miele does a lot of things and many of them well. Their G2002 dishwasher is impressive and being touted as one of the quietest available.

What struck me was new innovation that allows their dishwasher to speed up wash programs by 10-15%. they call this a Turbo feature.

The machine has a Sensor Dry feature that measures room temperature so that it can adjust the heat of the water, rinse aid distribution and drying time to maximize performance. Drying Plus opens the door automatically at the end of the cycle to let out moisture and provide superb results, especially for plastics.

The Drying Plus feature opens the door to aid in drying. The Auto Close function softly shuts the door to start the process all over again.

The pump is likely the quietest dishwasher pump ever incorporated, and it even aids in lowering water consumption, as the water is pumped alternatively between the upper and lower spray arms. Miele unique drying process is the most innovative of any dishwasher made today.

The Clean Air drying system circulates room air around the exterior cavity in the machine. This pulls moisture from the dishware to the walls of the dishwasher where it drains away.

The stainless interior is made from a higher grade steel and meets all Energy Star requirements for low water usage and is crafted so that more than 90% of the dishwasher itself is recyclable.

The dishwashers are available pre-finished in white, black and stainless steel, and many of the new models can be installed behind a custom cabinet door for partial or complete integration with surrounding cabinetry. This unit ranges is a bit pricey with it’s basic model at $ 1150 and up to $2450 depending on finishes, cabinet panels, etc.

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Robert Robillard

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Rob Robillard is “The Concord Carpenter” Rob is a builder, general contractor, carpenter, woodworker, and editor of Concord Carpenter and ToolBoxBuzz As a General Contractor and carpenter, Rob owns and operates Concord Carpenter LLC. A full-service remodeling and construction company. Rob is a recognized leader in home building best practices and a source for how-to information for building professionals. On this website, Rob covers all aspects of home construction, building science, home improvement, woodworking, remodeling, and some of the best product and tool reviews. Rob is in charge of our Tool and Product Review series - Concord Carpenter Videos where we post all of our tool reviews and video tutorials. Rob approaches remodeling and building construction with a pragmatic and problem-solving approach. He enjoys using his knowledge and experience to help and educate building professionals as well as DIYers on best practices in the construction and remodeling industry. He's a strong advocate for "raising the bar" in the construction trades and promoting the trades to youth. #BeAMentor #Green2Great Craftsmanship, quality, and pride guide his journey on this channel The Concord Carpenter's motto: "Well done is better than well said!" : Read more about Rob

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