Distinctive 24" Dishwasher - DDW24S
The Distinctive 24" Dishwasher is filled with essential features that serve a distinct purpose. On the outside, fingerprint resistant stainless steel and 6 wash cycles cover every dishwashing need. On the inside, increased vertical space accommodates varied-sized platters and pots and pans, and an energy-efficient 7-Part PureClean System. Every detail of this energy-efficient dishwasher provides useful solutions at an affordable price for today's more value-conscious homeowners. It is an ideal replacement product and a stylish complement to Dacor cooking products.
The First Family Of Kitchen Appliances
Cooking is an important part of family tradition at Dacor. In 1933, Stan Joseph opened a small appliance store in Northern California. Supported by his devoted wife Florence, his innovative thinking led to the invention of the first complete kitchen ventilation system and the first indoor electric barbecue. In 1965, Stan and Florence Joseph founded Dacor and were later joined by their two sons, Michael and Anthony.
Working together to redefine the modern kitchen, the Dacor family has produced an impressive array of industry firsts. Patented features abound throughout their full line of cooking appliances. Features like an infrared gas broiler inside an electric oven, a Pure Convection system for even heat distribution, a Butterfly Bake Element for an extraordinary traditional bake, and extra-large Dacor Greats that simplify cooking with large pots and pans. Available at AJ Madison.
Following in the footsteps of the Stan Joseph tradition, they are true pioneers. Their flair for innovation is evident in everything they create, from their top-of-the-line Epicure 48" Range to the industry's first outdoor grill with built-in halogen lights. And, their product line will only continue to grow.
This dishwasher uses 279 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $30.94.
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.