DCS by Fisher and Paykel
What do you get when you match style with performance A kitchen to die for! DCS appliances have a long and proud history of making top quality, commercial grade kitchen appliances for professional chefs and, more recently, for home chefs too. The result is brilliantly engineered appliances that deliver elegance, durability, performance and a high degree of functionality - just the ingredients that today's chef demands! Not only are DCS appliances the real deal, they also make a bold statement in your kitchen. Their polished metal, hand-crafted design creates an air of quiet strength and confidence, backed up by precise controls that keep you in charge of every aspect of your kitchen - from food storage and preparation, right through to clean-up. DCS appliances. Proof that you don't need to be a chef in order to cook like one.
As you'd expect, DCS DishDrawers are all about giving you control. With the Double DishDrawer, you can use both drawers for up to 12 place settings, or just use one for smaller loads. A flow through detergent dispenser guarantees a great clean every time!
All models offer nine wash cycles and powerful sanitizing (up to 163 degrees F). DCS hasn't forgotten the environment either - all wash cycles except rinse include an eco option, and are Energy Star approved.
A panel ready version allows you to seamlessly blend your DCS DishDrawer in with the rest of your kitchen design. Other convenient features include integrated one touch controls, a delay start option and quiet operation. Safety features include a control key lock and a drawer lock. At DCS, they're not saying that cleaning up will ever be as enjoyable as preparing meals, but with a DCS DishDrawer, you can count on it being simple, quick and consistently top quality - everything a demanding chef expects!
This dishwasher uses 314 kWh/yr and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $34.82.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on 4 wash loads a week and a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.1109 cents per kWh.
For more information, visit www.ftc.gov/appliances.