When the water pumps into the dishwasher, it travels through a heating chamber and small heat coils. This chamber can quickly heat water up to 161 degrees. Other brands typically have a heating element that sits in the bottom of the machine and waits for water to hit it and warm. Boschs system is much more efficient.
Does my Bosch dishwasher heats its own water?
Yes, our dishwashers work without hot water and we do recommend connecting the appliance to cold water unless you have an energetically favourable means of generating energy from a suitable installation, e.g. solar heating system with circulation line.
How does Bosch dishwasher dry dishes?
All Bosch dishwashers use a condensation drying process known as PureDry™, which is the core drying system that delivers simply clean and dry dishes. PureDry™ is an energy efficient, closed drying system that does not pull in outside air or use an exposed heating element.
Can you run a dishwasher with only cold water?
A dishwasher is perfectly capable of using cold water. However, hot water aids in better cleaning. Also, manually supplying of hot water is possible. And if you buy a dishwasher with a heating element, it will automatically heat the water.
How often should I clean my Bosch dishwasher filter?
The filter should be cleaned every 3-6 months, depending on usage. It can be found at the bottom of your dishwasher. Also make sure the spray arms are clean and not clogged. Just run it under water to see if any of the holes are blocked. To clean the exterior, use a damp cloth to wipe the door seals.
Why is my Bosch dishwasher still wet inside?
When the moist air in the dishwasher comes into contact with a cooler tub, it causes condensation. The water droplets trickle down to the bottom of the dishwasher. The Sanitize or Extra Dry options are for extra drying assistance.