Regulations (EU) 2019/2017 and 2019/2022 (household dishwashers) restrictions:
(a) for the purposes of clause "2 Normative references" the following versions of harmonised standards apply:
(i) EN 50564:2011; (ii) EN 50643:2018 as amended by EN 50643:2018/A1:2020; (iii) EN 60704-2-3:2019; (iv) EN 60704-2-3:2019 as amended by EN 60704-2-3:2019/A11:2019; (v) EN 60705:2015 as amended by EN 60705:2015/A2:2018; (vi) EN 60734:2012; (vii) ISO 607:1980.
(b) this publication does not cover the column "Remarks/Notes"* to Table ZZA.1.
IEC 60436:2015 applies to electric dishwashers for household and similar use that are supplied with hot and/or cold water. The object is to state and define the principal performance characteristics of electric dishwashers for household and similar use and to describe the standard methods of measuring these characteristics. This standard is concerned neither with safety nor with minimum performance requirements. This edition constitutes a technical revision and includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) Addition of a specification of the reference dishwasher G1222, addition of the microwave oven 752C, inclusion of standby/low power modes and updated cutlery and tableware items.
b) Combined cleaning and drying: combining the cleaning and drying performance evaluations into one test, along with the energy and water consumption evaluation, prevents an opportunity for circumvention if tests were performed separately. A dishwasher can detect whether soil is present (cleaning evaluation) or not (drying evaluation) and adjust the cycle to favour performance; combining the tests addresses this.
c) New dish load items: new dish load items were incorporated which reflect consumer use. New items are: stainless pots, coffee mugs, melamine plastic items, and glass bowl. The new load items provide different shapes which challenge a dishwasher water spray patterns and provide additional surfaces for soil removal assessment.
d) Detergent: a new detergent "D" is specified which mirrors current tablet formulations available on the market. Detergent type D is phosphate free, with percarbonate instead of perborate bleach and more active enzymes.
e) Repeatability and reproducibility improvements.
f) Addition of annexes for the evaluation of soil sensing programmes, rinsing performance, dishwasher filtration and of an annex on the inlet water temperature influence on energy consumption.