ASKO, a division of the Sub-Zero Group, Inc., launched a new line of dishwashers with several new and improved features. This may be a brand you don’t recognize yet, but their following is increasing, and its availability is good right now. New ASKO dishwashers are known for their high quality and durability and incorporate the following performance features:
Quicker dry time
ASKO’s Turbo Drying™ system mixes the moist air in the dishwasher with dry air from outside the unit after the final rinse, which means no extra wait time before putting away clean dishware.
More Power Zones™
Two or three Power Zones™ enhance spraying specifically to the type of dishware or utensil each zone is intended to hold, eliminating the need for extra cycles.
Decreased noise level
Designed with Scandinavian influences of purity, simplicity, and naturalness, new ASKO dishwashers boast better aesthetic elements than ever before and are virtually silent when running a wash cycle.
Larger interior capacity
New models have room for more place settings, up to 17 in select units, and the upper tray is height adjustable for even more versatility.
ASKO built-in dishwashers come panel-ready or wrapped in stainless steel, and incorporate TouchProof™ stainless steel, a microscopically thin, transparent coating making the surface resistant to a wide range of fingerprints, marks, and stains.
Most models feature an interior control panel, and many models are available with both tubular and pro handles, made to seamlessly integrate with Sub-Zero and Wolf products.
True flush install
All ASKO dishwashers have the capability to be installed flush and therefore “disappear” within the kitchen cabinetry.
Come into Appliance Gallery today to see these new features on ASKO dishwashers in person. You won’t be disappointed with this newly designed line of dishwashers.