In 1850 Joel Houghton patented a machine made of hand-swirled, splashing wood on the plates. This is about the discovery of the dishwasher
was the first patent. But it did not attract attention because it was not very useful.
However, the first patent was taken in 1885 by Josephine G. Cochran. Cochran was one step ahead of his rivals in terms of discovery, could it be because he was a descendant of John Fitch, who claimed to have built the steamboat for the first time? About 10 years of discovering the dishwasher, the legacy of her husband and the debt taken from her friends
Spent the money. Josephine Cochran founded a company called KitchenAid to produce dishwashers.
Cochran always dreamed of a comfortable and comfortable lifestyle. That’s why he even wrote his name as “Cochrane, Cockran”, which will be more easily remembered. When he produced the dishwasher and got his patent, his name became history as Josephine G. Cochran.
The operating system of the first dishwasher was very simple. Water and soap pumped with two cylinders in the lower part of the machine, and the racks in the machine were pumped. The suction rollers were then pulled back to be pumped again. The machines produced for use in houses are operated with the help of the arm on the sides. In the workplaces where a larger need was found, this har power was utilized.
He was better known by the launch of his machines by journalists at an exhibition. Cochran, who has made the marketing of the machine his own, even said that marketing is more difficult to discover and that he would not even attempt to do so.