Trends New Zealand Trends Volume 32 No 3 New Zealand - Page 112

Next generation A revolutionary spray system, reworked interiors and a crisp aesthetic make Smeg’s new top-end dishwashers a transformative addition to the kitchen Above and facing page top left: Available in stainless steel, silver, white or black, the new Smeg DWAU6315X dishwashers have a fresh digital display, a redesigned new Smeg basket handle and upper basket holder, dual internal lighting, a new HyClean 70 antibacterial hot rinse and – depending on model – a low noise and high energy star rating. The next-level dishwasher features in this gleaming kitchen by awardwinning designer Melanie Craig. Once in a while, a technological leap takes an appliance to a game-changing level of efficiency and reliability. The Planetarium spray system on Smeg’s new top-end models is a case in point. A fresh, square look, reconfigured, roomier interiors, and a new soft-close locking door are just a few of the stand-apart features on Smeg’s next-generation dishwashers. However, the most important advance lies at the heart of your dishwasher’s role – it delivers complete, nothingmissed coverage of your dirty dishes. The Planetarium system uses less nozzles than traditional models – four instead of eight search | save | share at – but it manages a comprehensive cleaning action. The coverage improvement is seen at a glance on the two lower right spray diagrams. The Planetary Wash System is an evolution of Smeg’s Orbital wash arms, delivering an even more efficient action with water sprayed evenly in a 360° sweep. There are more moving arms, too, covering every part of the dishwasher. Now for every revolution of the main arm, it turns clockwise with a planetary movement around one axis while at the same time the stem of the arm moves in the opposite direction, operating on a second axis. This makes the