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When it comes to serving visitors of your winery, your stemware needs to impress as much as the wine inside the glass. With Miele's new Professional dishwashers, every glass that is washed has a spotless finish that sparkles and shines.

The new Professional dishwashers clean glassware quickly while being quiet enough to run even during a tasting rooms busiest hours. By combining fast cycle times, high rinse temperatures for sanitization, multi-level cleaning, interchangeable baskets and low noise emission, the PG 8056 and PG 8061 dishwashers provide the ultimate solution for wineries across the country.

For more than 100 year, Miele has follow the promise to be Immer Besser or Forever Better by setting the standards for durability, performance, ease of use, energy efficiency, design and service.

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Tasting Rooms: Old Wine in New Units
29 September, 2017

Miele presents wine units for larger recesses

A damp cellar with constant temperatures of between 8°C and 18°C offers the ideal conditions for storing fine wines. But who wants a damp, dank cellar in their home? Much better is a wine unit which ensures constancy of temperature, ideally as a built-in kitchen appliance. To address these needs, Miele is set to introduce new models for larger cabinetry recesses to the benefit of wine connoisseurs who place great store by bottle capacity and temperature zoning.

Miele is to augment its product range from autumn of this year with two built-in wine units for 88 cm and 178 cm cabinetry recesses. The entire portfolio now covers virtually all size requirements. Offerings range from a 45 cm tall built-in model for small kitchens through to a spacious and prestigious freestanding unit standing almost 2 metres tall. The new models correspond to popular, mid-range built-in formats and offer ample combination options for integration in a variety of kitchen cabinets.

The model for an 88 cm recess in combination with two matching Miele built-in appliances, such as a steam oven and a conventional oven, produces an elegant 'cubic' arrangement. Both models can also be installed side-by-side together with other refrigeration products. Both a combination with a refrigerator or a further wine unit is possible.

Whereas the smaller model offers a capacity of 33 bottles, the larger one is able to accommodate up to 83 bottles (0.75 l Bordeaux). These are held secure on two and eight adjustable beech wood (FlexiFrame) racks with integrated bottle presenters respectively. The larger of the two units comes replete with a SommelierSet, not only facilitating decanting but also allowing glasses to be cooled or bottles already opened to be kept at the correct temperature.

Both units feature two independently selectable temperature zones each, low-vibration and quiet storage as well as an Active AirClean filter. Thanks to their active charcoal filters, unpleasant smells which could impair the quality of wine are effectively banished. The Push2open door opening aid spells user convenience. A tinted glass door protects wine from the damaging influences of UV light and adds to the elegant overall impression of the unit. Alternatively, Miele also offers an integrated version of both models which discreetly disappear behind cabinetry fronts. Models with glass doors will be available as early as November; integrated models are due to hit the market in April 2018.

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Company profile: Miele is the world's leading manufacturer of premium domestic appliances including cooking, baking and steam-cooking appliances, refrigeration products, coffee makers, dishwashers and laundry and floor care products. This line-up is augmented by dishwashers, washer-extractors and tumble dryers for commercial use as well as washer-disinfectors and sterilisers for use in medical and laboratory applications (Miele Professional). The Miele company, founded in 1899, has eight production plants in Germany as well as one plant each in Austria, the Czech Republic, China and Romania. 2016/17 turnover amounted to approx. EUR 3.93 bn with sales outside Germany accounting for 70%. Miele is represented with its own sales subsidiaries and via importers in almost 100 countries. The Miele company, now in the fourth generation of family ownership, employs a workforce of around 19,500, 10,900 thereof in Germany. The company headquarters are located in Gütersloh/Westphalia, Germany.


Miele Dishwasher Once Again Test Winner with Stiftung Warentest: Perfect for Your Tasting Room
21 August, 2017

Dishwashers from Miele with a width of 60 cm and an A+++ energy efficiency rating count among the best. This is the verdict once again arrived at by the German consumer watchdog Stiftung Warentest in their latest dishwasher test (published in Edition 7/2017 of their 'test' magazine). Test winner with a mark of 2.2 was the fully integrated model G 6770 SCVi as well as the technically identical integrated version G 6730 SCi. A 'Good' (2.5) was also awarded to the freestanding unit G 4940 SC additionally tested.

The test personnel found the results in the energy-efficient Eco programme worthy of special mention. Most convincing of all was AutoOpen drying. The explanation runs: 'A small gap has a huge impact: The Miele built-in dishwasher automatically opens its door ajar around an hour before the end of the Eco programme. This allows steam out and fresh air in. This air circulates between the crockery items. By adopting this approach, plates, glasses and cutlery dries better than on other models. There is no need to wipe items dry'.

In the Eco programme, Miele achieves in total the best results in the test. This includes additional tests on, among other things, plastic items, pots and pans, and glass bowls. A quote from the 'test' magazine on the subject explains: 'Only the built-in appliance from Miele dries plastics, glasses and pots and pans well in the Eco programme'.

The current test win continues Miele's story of success. 'Three test wins in four years - that is quite a convincing feat. It is evident once more that our strategy is the right one, namely of focussing on dishwashers on energy efficiency without entertaining any compromises in terms of cleaning or drying performance', says Jan-Bernd Rapp, Head of Product Management at Miele's German sales subsidiary.

Company profile: Miele is the world's leading manufacturer of premium domestic appliances including cooking, baking and steam-cooking appliances, refrigeration products, coffee makers, dishwashers and laundry and floor care products. This line-up is augmented by dishwashers, washer-extractors and tumble dryers for commercial use as well as washer-disinfectors and sterilisers for use in medical and laboratory applications (Miele Professional). The Miele company, founded in 1899, has 8 production plants in Germany as well as one plant each in Austria, the Czech Republic, China and Romania. 2015/16 turnover amounted to approx. EUR 3.71 bn with sales outside Germany accounting for around 70%. Miele is represented with its own sales subsidiaries and via importers in almost 100 countries. The Miele company, now in the fourth generation of family ownership, employs a workforce of around 19,400, 10,800 thereof in Germany. The company headquarters are located in Gütersloh/Westphalia, Germany.


Ten Things I Learned at Pittcon 2017
08 June, 2017

It was my 9th Pittcon show participating with my team as an exhibitor.   And I, like everyone else, complained of dwindling attendance, yet I found myself pondering how educational the show is for both attendees and exhibitors.   As we interacted with our customers and potential end-users this year, I found that, once again, I learned. If you look beyond the main objective of gathering leads, there are other insights that can be gained from the experience. So, here’s ten things I learned from my participation in Pittcon this year:

1.   People Still Wash Glassware By Hand in the Lab. Remarkable as this seems, students, lab technicians, PhD candidates and hired workers are still reprocessing glassware by hand. This is happening in universities, environmental labs, even drug development and food analysis labs. The attendees still need to go back to management to convince them to automate the process when there is a clear ROI. We were happy to provide ammunition to be the catalyst for change back home!

2.  The United States Has Young Bright Students Who Will Be Our Future Great Scientists.  I never get tired of speaking to the students who stop by to take pictures and gaze longingly at the window of our demo large glassware washer. This year, I spoke to students from Notre Dame, University of Michigan, Lake Forest, Cornell College, Skidmore, Marquette and University of Dubuque Iowa, just to name a few.

3.  Product Reliability Is King.  While I knew this to be true, Pittcon 2017 clearly confirmed it for me. I met one too many lab technicians perusing booths for equipment to replace the faulty equipment in their lab. They complained of crucial parts breakdown; no support, or solution from the manufacturers who sold them the equipment. It kind of gave credence to the adage: The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.

4.  Those Who Came; Came with a Purpose.  While booth traffic was lackluster, people came and those customers or prospects, came with questions on applications or pricing, or just to compare lab equipment. And my favorite: those who visited just to tell us they liked our product or that they owned a Miele vacuum! Not too many tire kickers among those who actually ventured into the booth.

5.  There Are Still Lots of Reprocessing Challenges Out There. We heard from chemists trying to find baskets and accessories to clean micro small electronic components, to technicians looking for a better way to wash pipettes and unusual glassware - or more specifically, how they wanted to stop wasting so much purified water in old pipette cleaners. Attendees would show up with a photo or just a description of an item with the question: "How can I get this cleaned? "

6.  How Useful It Is To Have Bilingual Colleagues Present.  Or just as equally important, how being monolingual is a hindrance. Booth visitors from Costa Rico, Mexico, Ecuador, Chile and Germany were happy that they could explain themselves in native tongue and get coherent responses back regarding product, service and sales information.  

7. It's Important To Get Out To See Customer More Often. We all know this, but sometimes you just have to be reminded of it. And there’s no better place than to be surrounded by your equipment talking with the customers who use them. You learn so much: What their concerns are; what resonates with them, and frankly, what they don't care about. This year, we even got an earful from competitor’s users as well. 

8.  An Application Person in the Booth Is A Real Draw. This clearly gives you an advantage. I realized this was a mega plus for us when a booth visitor greeted me with: “I heard you had an application engineer here . . . I need help.”   It’s important for manufacturers to have people available who have been in the customer’s position; in our case, someone who has worked in the lab and speaks their language.

9.    It's a Great Place To Gather Industry Intelligence. While catching up with old colleagues, you really can gain a different perspective on the industry through their challenges and successes. You get a glimpse of what they are dealing with in the market in terms of products, marketing, service and sales. It’s a good way to compare notes.

10. There is Such a Thing as Mojonnier Glassware. I thought I heard of every piece of lab glassware out there – BOD bottles, graduated cylinders, Erlenmeyer flasks, pipettes, volumetrics, petri dishes, bottom round flasks --BUT this booth visitor had me at Mojonnier. And yes, you guessed it, our applications person knew exactly what these were and recognized the name. Incidentally, mojonniers are glass vessels used to measure the fat content in dairy products!

 

(Pittcon is the world’s leading annual conference and exposition on laboratory science. Pittcon attracts attendees from industry, academia and government from over 90 countries worldwide. Visit:Pittcon.org


How to Select a Laboratory Glassware Washer for Your Wine Lab
01 November, 2016

When selecting a glassware washer, there are many factors to consider, including productivity, durability, cost and performance. Let’s take a look at how certain washer attributes play into these sought after qualities.

A Critical Driver of LongLasting Performance

The attractive prices of low voltage lab washers may lure you in. After all, on paper, their features and specifications look similar to the supercharged models. But voltage matters. That’s because low voltage washers have to work harder than their poweredup peers to get things done.

Perhaps this is easier to understand when you think about a car with minimal horsepower. If you floor the gas to bring it to full speed as fast as possible, the car will labor and burn an excessive amount of gas. A Lamborghini, however, with 700 horsepower can rev up from zero to 60 miles per hour faster than you can say Lamborghini. It does it efficiently, without asking for much exertion from its powerful engine.

Heating a washer is similar to accelerating a car. Consider an 115V washer with a 1000W heating element. You have to turn on that element full force for a long time for it to reach 80°C. On the other hand, a 208V washer with a 6000W heating element heats up in a fraction of the time. The same is true of a high voltage washer with a variable speed pump and multiple integrated heating elements which collectively serve up 5000W or more. Whether it takes one or more elements to deliver higher wattage, they need to be on for a shorter period.

Why does this matter? Because the element gets less usage and, thus, it will last longer. Also, wash cycles will be shorter. Some washers may run for three hours whereas others can complete a cycle in 30 minutes. This shortened cycle time not only results in less wear and tear on the washer, but it also produces spotless glassware faster.

Of course, you’ll pay more for highvoltage, highwattage washers, but over time, you’ll reap the benefits of longlasting performance. Because of these operational issues, you cannot afford to evaluate washer purchase price in isolation. Instead, look at it in the context of two other numbers— hours of operation and cycle time. While short cycle time is valuable because of the convenience of fast turnaround, there is more to the equation. You likely want to get as many wash cycles as possible out of your washer. If it’s rated for 15,000 hours of operation, you will be able to complete more washes over its lifetime if it can handle 3045 minute cycles rather than threehour cycles.

Cleaning Considerations

Cycle speed and washer durability mean little to you unless the washer does its job well. That’s why you also have to consider the circulation rate (not the HP of the pump). Circulation and cleaning power are tied at the hip, bringing up another advantage of a higher voltage and wattage labwasher. These washers can muscle up the pump that controls water circulation in the chamber, creating greater the water turnover. This is critical because as more water flows over the surface of your glassware, it fulfills an essential part of the mechanical cleaning process. Variable speed pumps raise the bar on performance and energy efficiency by speeding up and slowing down the pump as needed. For powerful injection cleaning, they ramp up the water pressure. For more gentle functions, such as rinsing, they slow the water flow.

Add a speedy heating process to high circulation and you’ll be able to clean your glassware efficiently and thoroughly while saving time and minimizing the wear and tear on your labwasher.

Chamber Construction

Another contributor to a washer’s ability to serve up clean glassware is its chamber’s build. However, I set this apart from other cleaning considerations because it also affects durability. Naturally, exposed welds suffer heat stress with every cycle. Over time, the stress leads to microscopic cracks in the metal that eventually grow until the weld fails, opening the chamber’s walls and enabling water to leak, destroying the mechanical components housed underneath it.

Maximizing Wash Count and Cleanliness

Knowing what to look for in a labwasher can make your life easier for years to come. The bottom line is that you want repeatable results. To find a washer that will produce a high number of washes, look for a high voltage unit with a powerful heating element—it won’t have to work as hard, so will keep going longer. Ensure the chamber is well built so it will not fail, threatening the mechanics and hygiene. Finally, look for one more attribute that’s critical for producing clean glassware—a robust water circulation rate.


ProCare Shine Commercial Use Dishwasher Detergents from Miele
17 October, 2016

The new line of ProCare Shine detergents was specifically designed for use in Miele Professional dishwashers, providing you with efficient and powerful cleaning results.

Get sparkling results and hygenic cleanliness for all of your dishes, glassware and cutlery. The special formulations provide first class results and low consumption rates. 

To further explore the new line of ProCare Shine detergents view our product overiew.

For more information please contact us at: proinfo@mieleusa.com


Inside the Miele Dishwasher
11 July, 2016

We tossed a couple GoPros inside a Miele Future Classic Series dishwasher to get a better look at what goes on inside and this is what happened.


The Miele Solution - Designed for Fragile Glassware
07 June, 2016

Excellent performance, simple operation, low noise emission and the highest quality for your winery


Miele's PG 8061 commercial fresh water dishwasher is specifically designed for cleaning fragile glasses. This powerful new workhorse is the ideal solution for wineries needing spotless glasses quickly.

The PG 8061 provides ample space on two levels for a wide variety of dishes and stemware. Miele offers a great selection of special baskets and inserts to suit individual stemware requirements and now accepts commercial baskets for increase convenience and ease of use.. 

The commercial dishwasher is equipped with a powerful 106 gallons per minute circulation pump and comes with programmable wash cycles ranging from 86
o F to 185o F. This assures reliable sanitization and removes even the toughest soil, such as lipstick, from the glasses. The combination of high pressure and high temperature means that wineries can now avoid using caustic chemicals.

 

With rapid cycle times and quiet operation, the Miele PG 8061 is designed to keep up with your busiest hours.


Sparkling stemware for the demanding customer
21 March, 2016

When it comes to serving visitors of your winery, your stemware needs to impress as much as the wine inside the glass. With Miele's new Professional dishwashers, every glass that is washed has a spotless finish that sparkles and shines. 

The PG 8061 cleans glassware quickly, effectively and quietly enough to run even during the busiest hours.

Benefits of a PG 8061 in your winery include:
     • Fast cycle time as short as 15 minutes
     • NSF/ANSI 3 certified - final rinse temperature of 185° F
     • Large capacity and multi-level cleaning for high
       throughput
     • Interchangeable baskets
     • Powerful yet gentle clean without the use of
       harsh chemicals
     • Low noise emission



To learn more about the new Professional dishwasher series, please download the spec sheet.


Is your tasting room stemware REALLY clean?
17 November, 2015

Tired of leftover residue on your tasting room glasses? Our PG 8061 dishwasher passed the big test and is NSF certified and approved! This washer meets the strict standards for public health protection, meaning you can feel confident that you’ll have perfectly clean, sparkly glasses to serve your wine tasters! For more information click here!


Wineries and Tasting Rooms! Clean up to 49 wine glasses in 15 minutes with our new PG 8061 dishwashers - without etching!
14 October, 2015

Professional Dishwasher 

 

Professional Dishwasher

The new generation of Professional commercial dishwashers is here. The PG 8056 and PG 8061 are completely redesigned and offer fast cycle times, advanced cleaning performance and technology and increased user friendliness. It handles many different types of glasses, and it accepts commercial and caterer's baskets as well as Miele's difference basket options for wine glasses. 

The PG 8056 is the world's fastest commercial fresh water dishwasher offering a rapid 6 minute cycle and 10 programs, including China & Crystal. The PG 8061 is the commercial fresh water dishwasher with sanitization programs; this model offers a fast 15 minute cycle and 3 programs with a final rinse temperature of 185º F.

Both the PG 8056 and PG 8061 are recommended for up to 40 cycles per day and are engineered to last at least 15,000 operating hours. In addition, both models are ADA compliant and are exclusively recommended by the Riedel stemware company. 

Highlights

Performance
•  Very fast cycle times 
•  Hygienic fresh water cleaning system
•  New spray arm design for even better cleaning performance & reduced water consumption
•  Improved capacity due to use of standard inserts and commercial dish racks on two levels

Design
•  Sleek new look
•  Stainless steel undercounter unit
•  User friendly touch control panel

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Miele Professional proud to join Wine Industry Network
11 August, 2015

Miele Professional is proud to create a partnership with the Wine Industry Network. With the recent launch of the new Professional dishwashers series, Miele Professional aims to connect with wineries across the country to educate them on our dishwashers and best match their glassware cleaning needs.

Title Name Email Phone
Sales Manager Paulo Rocha paulo.rocha@mieleusa.com 609-977-5275
Product Manager James O'Shea james.oshea@mieleusa.com 800-991-9380 Ext (2526)
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