New 24″ fully integrated GE dishwasher from GE Monogram Line comes in two models – the ZBD8920PSS with stainless steel and the ZBD8900PII with custom panel. Both Monogram dishwashers come with hidden, integrated inlaid electronic controls to maintain the overall clean and minimalist exterior. The long lasting stainless steel tub is large with sufficient space and loading flexibility to accommodate 16 place settings and has two bright high-intensity Xenon lights. Both GE dishwasher models are Energy Star qualified and have advanced sound-absorbing materials and a smooth-running motor, resulting in quiet, under 48 dBA operation. Three spray arms – lower, middle and upper provide complete coverage, so even if the dishwasher is fully loaded with dishes, you will get the cleanest plates and pots.
Bulk Dispense technology automatically dispenses the right amount of detergent based on soil level and water hardness, with every cycle, even during every prewash. The bulk dispense system is located on the inner door and holds up to 47 fluid ounces of liquid detergent. Six washing cycles with scroll pad include Normal Wash, Rinse Only, NSF Certified Antibacterial, China/Crystal, Speed and ScourWash.
Speed cycle cuts the length of the normal cycle in half, effectively washing and drying lightly soiled dishes in about 45 minutes or less. Antibacterial cycle sanitizes dishes by killing 99.9% of bacteria with a hot wash rinse. ScourWash uses bulk dispense to inject the precise amount of detergent multiple times throughout the main wash, along with steam, to scrub away hard-to-remove foods, like eggs, oatmeal and rice.
Other key features of this GE dishwasher are Clean, Sanitized, Low Detergent and light cycle progress indicators, Piranha hard food disposer, automatic temperature control and sensing, last cycle memory, delay start, audible end-of-cycle signal, child lock, Easy-Glide roller system, accessory basket, 3 pearlescent utility shelves and 3 piece silverware basket. Both GE Monogram dishwashers should be available in April 2009.