Taking dish care a step further

Taking dish care a step further

Quadro for dishwashers

In the furniture industry, the Quadro drawer runner from Hettich has set standards. It is now also impressing manufacturers and users of dishwashers with its excellent running performance and long service life.

Must have for anyone loving a feel of luxury

In the dishwasher too, Quadro creates a noticeable feel of luxury that no one wants to be without after experiencing the running movement for the first time: the dishwasher racks glide in and out in a silky smooth and perfectly controlled action. This moves dishes and glasses particularly gently. An upgrade is available in the form of the optional Silent System: gentle and quiet rack movement into the end position without any clinking of dishes. Quadro runners take the comforts familiar from furniture and bring them to the dishwasher, continuing to fascinate the user with every day that passes.

Developed for extreme conditions

As a result of its compact design, Quadro for dishwashers provides the key to optimising rack design and maximising its volume. Any left on food doesn't stand a chance of getting stuck because the profiles have an open structure which means it is simply rinsed out.

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