Nelson’s new Urban Advantage undercounter dishwasher, with its integral water softener, has been designed to address the issue of compactness while delivering the necessary reliability and volume.
Its small footprint should make it easy to site while a low noise output means it can be used at front of house without affecting the surrounding ambience.
Despite its modest dimensions, the Urban Advantage features both a top and bottom wash and rinse arm, said to give it the wash power of a much larger dishwasher.
Its electronic controls are designed to be intuitive to make operation a straightforward process while its programme menu facilitates choosing the best and quickest option for each load. Detergent and rinse aid, meanwhile, are dispensed automatically.
The Urban is designed to be energy- and water-efficient. It has a tank capacity of 11litres, while 2.5litres are replaced at the start of every new cycle and rinse water is recycled within the subsequent wash.
To minimise energy consumption, the wash tank, wash chamber, door and boiler are thermo-acoustically insulated and the special door-close system should prevent heat and steam from escaping.
In the event that a problem should occur, the machine has a self-diagnostic fault system. Also, a self-clean programme should avoid the need for manual cleaning and commences automatically at the end of service.