LAfter using the dishwasher, one of the most intuitive experiences is: “Saving time”. Moreover, this is based on the fact that my family has a small population and the dishwasher is too small to wash pots. Because I have a lot of things to do every day, and I can only watch TV for two or three hours on weekends. The need for time is relatively large, so it feels very obvious.
The most common complaint I have heard from people who have never used a dishwasher is that there is time to put the dishes into the dishwasher, and the dishes are all washed. is this real? In many cases, we just think that it is very fast because we have not counted the time-consuming of washing dishes. This is an illusion. But Virgos shouldn’t have this kind of experience, right?
The time after dinner is actually quite precious. Whether it is taking a walk after dinner or watching TV, there are endless shifts every day. The time that can really leave most people free is after dinner and before going to bed.
Well, after talking for a long time, I haven’t gotten to the point yet. The relationship between “dishwasher” and “time” has two levels of meaning. One is that the dishwasher saves us a lot of time, which has been mentioned above; the other is that the washing process of the dishwasher itself takes a long time. Speak right away.
Let’s take a closer look at the time-consuming problem of the dishwasher, which has been complained a lot: the dishwasher takes too long to wash dishes, which will lead to a wrong inference: if it takes so long, water and electricity must be too long. Does it cost a lot?
Yes, the dishwasher does take a very long time for the entire washing process. At least most of the washing programs of most dishwashers take several hours to clean the dishes, and the more energy-efficient cleaning, the longer the time.
Regarding the washing procedures of the dishwasher, please move to explain in detail the various washing procedures of the dishwasher and the differences between them.
First of all, the most energy-consuming process of the dishwasher is heating the water to the appropriate temperature (most of the electricity is consumed here). Therefore, in order to save electricity, the dishwasher will cherish the hot water obtained every time it is heated, and the hot water obtained will eventually have a slow cooling process. The lower the temperature, the worse the washing effect. In order to make up for this defect, the dishwasher will extend the washing time and continue to use it before the temperature of the hot water has dropped to the point where it is completely unfavorable for washing, although the washing effect of water at this temperature has been reduced. To put it simply: the temperature is not enough time to make up.
Take Midea’s dishwasher as an example, the powerful cleaning will enter the water 5 times, while the energy-saving cleaning will only enter the water 3 times. The energy-saving cleaning reduces the number of heating water and also reduces the amount of water used.
So, understand why the washing time of the dishwasher is so long.
In fact, dishwashers have strict energy consumption standards in the European Union, the United States, and China. They don’t consume as much electricity or water as we imagined. It is under these energy-saving requirements that dishwasher manufacturers would rather spend more time to achieve energy-saving goals. Who doesn’t want to wash their own products faster, but the concubine really can’t do it.