PHILIPS
DISH-WASHING
   Sander Homs
CONSCIOUS CONSUMER

• Consumer   awareness increasing

• We know things are going wrong, worrying about our
 environment, ...
MADE IN CHINA
WATER
A valuable resource
TAP WATER-QUALITY
WHY USE DRINKING WATER
    When sand and sea-water work fine?
AND MORE WASHING...
                                             0%     25%      50%       75%       100%


    Continuous...
WHY STILL RINSING WHEN
 USING A DISHWASHER?
WHAT’S HAPPENING?
                                           0% 25% 50%   75%   100%

   People owning a dishwasher in Eur...
3
                 Manual
       2

       2                                       Automatic
          1
                2...
150
                 Manual
    113

      75

      38
             123,0
    80,0
      0                     101,0     ...
110           Manual
     83

      55

      28       105
      65                                     Automatic
       0...
DISHWASHING FREQUENCY

                                         31%
                                 3,5%
 After each meal...
PROBLEMS & DISADVANTAGES
                                            0%     15%     30%    45%   60%

  Requires too much ...
VISION



How to make the user have a comfortable experience
cleaning the dishes? Providing people with a simple device th...
GOAL
     Design a hybrid way for cleaning the dishes


•Which is easier in use
•More convenient in terms of force and tim...
AIM

• 50%   water reduction

• 50%   energy reduction

• 30%   time reduction

• More    human control

• Lower   mechani...
THE CONCEPTS
  And the final decision
SONICLEAN
• Human    powered, human
 intelligence, human eyes

• replacable   brush (joint
 company)

• separate   heat-pr...
• waterpressure

• steam

• adding   detergent automatically
EDEN AMBIENTE 1
LIKE A CARWASH
AMBIENTE 2




• Ease!

• Minimal   human power

• Recycling   water through
 filter
• Manual   pressure pump

                • Decideyour own washing
                 program by pumping
HOW IT WORKS?   •2 ...
HOW IT WORKS

• Water    intake (valve)

• Water    pump (motor)

• Spray   arm

• Heater

• Drain   hose
USAGE
Water reduction   Energy reduction   Time used   Mechanical work   Space
   Convenience
                       0          ...
BUSINESS CASE
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  1. 1. PHILIPS DISH-WASHING Sander Homs
  2. 2. CONSCIOUS CONSUMER • Consumer awareness increasing • We know things are going wrong, worrying about our environment, global warming • Save money! • Asking questions about production, use, end-of-life of dishwashers
  3. 3. MADE IN CHINA
  4. 4. WATER A valuable resource
  5. 5. TAP WATER-QUALITY
  6. 6. WHY USE DRINKING WATER When sand and sea-water work fine?
  7. 7. AND MORE WASHING... 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% Continuously running tap water 30% Giving washed dishes a final rinse 30% Rinsing to remove remaining particles Rinsing to remove foam (chemicals) 80% 50% (Statistics from Stamminger et al, 2007, University of Bonn)
  8. 8. WHY STILL RINSING WHEN USING A DISHWASHER?
  9. 9. WHAT’S HAPPENING? 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% People owning a dishwasher in Europe 30% People saying they have not enough space 80% No correlation between energy, water, detergent use and cleaning performance
  10. 10. 3 Manual 2 2 Automatic 1 2,6 2,5 1,8 0 1,8 1,1 3 x 2 p.s. + p & p 6 x 2 p.s. 1,5 12 p.s. 12 p.s. normal 6 p.s. + p & p intensive New design ENERGY CONSUMPTION (kWh)
  11. 11. 150 Manual 113 75 38 123,0 80,0 0 101,0 Automatic 3 x 2 p.s. + p & p 6 x 2 p.s. 12 p.s. 13,0 17,0 12 p.s. normal 6 p.s. + p & p intensive 20 New design WATER CONSUMPTION (L)
  12. 12. 110 Manual 83 55 28 105 65 Automatic 0 80 3 x 2 p.s. + p & p 6 x 2 p.s. 24 12 p.s. 12 p.s. normal 30 New design TIME USED (Min)
  13. 13. DISHWASHING FREQUENCY 31% 3,5% After each meal 10% Once per day Twice per day 14% 24% Every two to three days As soon there are any dishes 18% Before and after cooking
  14. 14. PROBLEMS & DISADVANTAGES 0% 15% 30% 45% 60% Requires too much mechanical work 52% Cleaning result sometimes insufficient 51% Bulky items difficult to wash 40% Water and energy consumption too high 34% Ergonomic problems with height of sink 19% Other problems 8% No problems 3%
  15. 15. VISION How to make the user have a comfortable experience cleaning the dishes? Providing people with a simple device that makes dishwashing by hand a breeze and fun to do!
  16. 16. GOAL Design a hybrid way for cleaning the dishes •Which is easier in use •More convenient in terms of force and time needed •More energy-, water- and detergent-efficient •The new design should be cheaper than buying a dishwasher
  17. 17. AIM • 50% water reduction • 50% energy reduction • 30% time reduction • More human control • Lower mechanical power • Space and overall convenience
  18. 18. THE CONCEPTS And the final decision
  19. 19. SONICLEAN • Human powered, human intelligence, human eyes • replacable brush (joint company) • separate heat-pressure unit • generating steam • Soniclean dishbrush
  20. 20. • waterpressure • steam • adding detergent automatically
  21. 21. EDEN AMBIENTE 1
  22. 22. LIKE A CARWASH
  23. 23. AMBIENTE 2 • Ease! • Minimal human power • Recycling water through filter
  24. 24. • Manual pressure pump • Decideyour own washing program by pumping HOW IT WORKS? •2 place settings and a pan.
  25. 25. HOW IT WORKS • Water intake (valve) • Water pump (motor) • Spray arm • Heater • Drain hose
  26. 26. USAGE
  27. 27. Water reduction Energy reduction Time used Mechanical work Space Convenience 0 8 15 23 30 SONICLEAN SONICLEAN BRUSH 1 EDEN AMBIENTE 1 EDEN AMBIENTE 2 COMPARISON
  28. 28. BUSINESS CASE

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