Double-drawer dishwashers have many benefits, such as being easier to handle for people with limited mobility and not having to use a large space for a light load of dishes. They can also effectively handle large loads.
Double-drawer dishwashers usually have drawers that can work independently of each other or together. If there is only a small load of dishes that need cleaning, the smaller drawer can be used to wash them. When cleaning large loads, items such as cutlery and delicate tableware can be placed in the small drawer and the heavier pots and pans can go into the larger drawer. The option to wash dishes separately in two sections is also useful for kosher kitchens.
Double-drawer dishwashers can be slid open and shut, rather than relying on doors that open downward like in traditional dishwashers. The sliding movement is much easier for elderly people or for those with physical limitations, as they do not have to deal with lifting and lowering a heavy door to operate the dishwasher. Loading and unloading the dishwasher is also as easy as lifting things in and out of a drawer and does not require as much bending over or squatting as a single-door dishwasher does.