Cooke & Lewis CLDW451W-C Freestanding Dishwasher, White
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A rated CLDW451W-C dishwasher from Cooke & Lewis. It features an easy to use control panel and 7 preset washing programmes, ideal for small and large loads of dirty dishes. Designed to be more economical, it only uses 14L of water per cycle.
- Energy rating: A
- Water consumption per cycle: 14 L
- Noise sound pressure: 55dB(A)
- Guarantee: 2 years
Features and Benefits
- Adjustable upper basket and feet
- Water overflow protection system
|Brand||Cooke & Lewis|
|Noise sound pressure||55dB(A)|
|Number of wash temperatures||4|
|Number of preset programmes||7|
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Why buy a dishwasher?
Did you know that you can save time and reduce your utility bills by using an efficient, modern dishwasher, instead of washing by hand? Experts have compared dishwashers and washing up based on their use of time, water and energy.
According to studies, it can take up to 9 minutes to load a dishwasher with dirty plates and unload a dishwasher when everything is clean. This compares to up to a full hour to wash the same load by hand. This means switching to a dishwasher could give you back up to a week of your time every year.
Typically, most dishwashers use 12 Litres of water to wash a full family load of plates and dishes. Some, like Beko's QDW696, use only 6 litres of water. The same load could use up to 49 litres of water when washing by hand and a lot of power to heat. A dishwasher uses exactly the right amount of water and heat to make your dishes sparklingly clean.
What do the energy ratings mean?
All dishwashers will have an energy label and this provides a good indication of how much energy and water it will use.
All dishwashers are graded A+++ to D for energy efficiency, with A+++ being the most efficient and cheapest to run. The energy ratings are determined by testing the energy consumed washing a collection of soiled tableware and dishes using the standard cycle recommended by the manufacturer.
The better the energy efficiency the more money you save on your utility bills. All B&Q dishwashers are rated A to A+++.
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