Gentle damping, secure closure: Bosch makes oven doors and telescopic racks even more comfortable
Innovative door damping: practical, convenient and quiet
Telescopic rail limiter: stable and secure
Both features available in autumn in Bosch ovens
Munich – Cooking and baking with Bosch should be safe and comfortable. That is why the company is installing two new convenience features into its oven appliances starting in autumn 2011: the damped oven door and the telescopic limiter for slide-out racks. With these two innovative technologies, Bosch is once again setting trends in the household appliances sector.
Gentle and almost completely silent: the damped door with soft return
Damping on drawers has been par for the course in high-end kitchens for years now, and the Bosch classic slide-in oven has had it since 2008. Now the "normal" ovens are catching up. Instead of the standard, light closing sound, in the future you will hear almost nothing when the oven door closes. The reason: An invisible "braking" mechanism in the door hinge minimizes the swing until the movement is completed. The speed is greatly reduced and the door closes itself gently and almost silently.
Comfort rail system: the telescopic limiter
Telescopic rails are already a successful feature of pull-out furnishings. Bosch has perfected the rail system for household appliances, and with the telescopic limiter the company has developed a solution that serves both ergonomics and convenience. The new stopping mechanism ensures that both rails of the tray are at one height while limiting their movement to the necessary distance. It also locks the tray at its maximum distance. This gives you the best possible area to load the racks while making the removal and reloading of the tray or rack even easier.
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In 2011, the Bosch Group celebrates its 125th anniversary – and for over 75 years, the name Bosch on household appliances has stood for expert development, technical quality and reliability. Company founder Robert Bosch, who would have been 150 years old in 2011, was already committed to the guiding principle that still applies today, of producing "technology for life". This tradition is both a commitment and a motivation for the company to this day: As the leading brand of household appliances in Europe, Bosch produces refrigeration appliances, washing machines and dryers, dishwashers, cookers and consumer products, for households across the world. For generations, these products have made people's everyday lives easier and improved their quality of life. Striving for quality and perfection is reflected not only in the proven functionality of the appliances and powerful technology, but also in product design that has been repeatedly recognized with awards. Treating people and nature with respect has been a corporate principle from the beginning and is reflected in the company's energy-efficient, resource-conserving and sustainable products and processes.
More information at www.bosch-home.com.