Even better environmental protection: Miele dishwashers now with top A energy rating
Since March 2021, EU legislators have ratcheted up the criteria for the energy label to such a degree that almost no dishwashers on the market achieve the new best energy efficiency class A. But Miele Miele is facing the challenge.
The premium German manufacturer had already reduced the energy consumption of its The premium German manufacturer had already reduced the energy consumption of its dishwashers by 44% over the past 20 years – now the technicians in Miele’s Bielefeld R&D labs are pulling out all the stops in order to produce dishwashers with top label ratings under the provisions of the new energy label.
The technicians in Miele’s Bielefeld R&D labs are pulling out all the stops in order to produce dishwashers with top label ratings under the provisions of the new energy label.
As a result, almost all Generation G 7000 dishwashers will achieve an A rating for energy efficiency from October onwards. This is combined with the best possible cleaning performance and without any trade-off in terms of convenience.
And the AutoDos dispensing system with integrated PowerDisks, still a unique proposition, is now even more environmentally friendly in operation: The quantity of granulate detergent can be further reduced to cater for light soiling.
It goes without saying that all G 7000 models with AutoDos can be connected to the Internet via WiFi and can be controlled via the Miele app from a mobile device – or, depending on the country, even via Amazon’s voice-control assistant Alexa.
Key selling points:
- Renowned quality and reliability of the Miele brand
- Top classification for almost all Generation G 7000 models, even according to new energy label
- The AutoDos dispensing system with its integrated PowerDisk now even more ecological
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