Who Invented The Dishwasher
Did we invent the dishwasher?
The first report on a mechanical dishwasher comes from Joel Ogten's 1850 patent for a handheld device.
The modern dishwasher is a descendant of Josephine Kochran's 1886 manual invention, which he presented at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair. Kochran was very rich and the grandson of John F., the inventor of steam. He never did the dishes and only found the dishwasher because his waiter scared him.
Permanent research models came on the market in the 1920s and an electric dryer element was added in the 1940s.
Initially, most of the commercial settings were to be adopted, but by the 1970s, dishwashers in homes had become commonplace in developed countries.
When the dishwasher was invented
Josephine Cochrane Line invented the first usable dishwasher in Shelby Valley, Illinois and obtained patent number 355,139 on December 28, 1886.
Did you know that the dishwasher was invented by a woman named Josephine Cochrane Lines? At the Chicago World's Fair in 1893, he was honored for his invention. These companies were bought by Bart's company in the 1920s, the basis for selling dishwashers in these restaurants and other business groups. The dishwasher with this name was started in 1949.
Hahaha Lucy! Maybe you're there! Joel Ogton (an American) invented the first dishwasher in 1850, but Josephine Kochran invented the first dishwasher on December 28, 1886.
A lazy Persian, come on, not you, but, you take credit for it, you deserve it ...