Are you having trouble getting all your dishes clean? The problem may be your hot water tank, not your dishwasher.
Your conventional hot water tank can't quickly change from 120 degrees to 140 degrees F recommended by most dishwasher manufacturers. True, many dishwashers have a built-in water heat booster, but this may not be sufficient. You see, most home hot water tanks are set at 120 degrees F for safety and energy savings. It takes time to heat a whole tank to 140 degrees F.
To save time, you may want to consider a tankless Paloma. You simply use the Main Controller to temporarily raise the temperature to 140 degrees F and instantly have hot water for cleaner dishes without waiting.
Here's another nice feature: If the Bath Controller is turned on while the Main Controller is in use, the Bath Controller setting will override it. Bath safety is more important to us than dishes. You'll find this feature on our electronically controlled, power-vented products. Take a look at our Paloma 7.4, 6.6 and 5.3 series. Learn more. For the commercial models, you can set 100 - 180 degrees F.