The Samsung Electronics brand aims to constantly develop innovative products to give its customers a comfortable experience that makes them easier to use and improves their everyday lives. This ensured that sales increased not only in Europe, but also in North America and Korea in the mid-2010s. This also applies to the appliance brands that are assigned to household appliances. These can be used efficiently, are easy to operate and impress with their up-to-date technology. The look is also modern as well as the use is particularly efficient. The Samsung dishwasher is no exception.
Samsung Dishwashers in UK
Typical product features
Samsung offers a wide range of dishwashers in its product line, which impress with high energy efficiency and performance. It includes details such as automatic door opening or almost silent cleaning. Samsung dishwashers are characterized by many other special features, for example, flexible interiors, hygiene function, cutlery drawer, ZoneBooster and Waterwall technology. Visually, the dishwashers also impress with many attractive details that integrate tastefully into the kitchen. The variety of Samsung dishwashers makes it possible for everyone to find the appliance they want.
Special features and functions
- Fancy design and modern technology
- WaterWall technology – in-house system that replaces the rotating spray arms.
- Intensive ZoneBooster+ – no more pre-rinsing required; increased water pressure removes even the toughest encrustations
- Automatic door opening – with internal fan to allow steam to escape at the end of the program
- Daily 55 minute program – clean normally soiled dishes in just 55 minutes with a full load
- Half load – for efficient operation
- Ice Blue display color
- Self-cleaning bottom tray
Samsung was founded in March 1938 by Lee Byung-chull. At that time, it was still a grocery store. However, when World War II was over and Korea broke away from Japan’s colonial rule, the owner initially lost his business due to the chaos. He later built a new store in Seoul. Unfortunately, this was also destroyed during the Korean War. After the Korean War, he persevered and established a new business in Seoul, which proved to be successful.
In 2014, the then CEO Lee Kun-hees passed away. In September 2016, there was an extraordinary general meeting where Lee Jae-yong, Samsung’s vice president, was nominated as a board member. He is his only son.