The power points and supply and drainage pipes must be installed inside the next cabinet along, and the cables and pipes for the dishwasher must be run through a hole of about 150mm x 100mm cut through the base of the cabinet and kickboard into the dishwasher void.
This seal on the underside of the bench needs to extend for a distance of 150 millimetres on either side of a fitted dishwasher.
Dishwashers are normally installed close to sinks to reduce the amount of plumbing required, however this isn’t always the case. A supplier may be able to may provide extension hoses for water inlet and waste hoses if you’re installing your dishwasher in a part of the kitchen where standard hoses won’t reach the existing plumbing.
An installer or plumber can also install a pressure limiting valve if it’s required. Depending on your situation, you may also need to assess whether your cabinets need to be altered to accommodate your dishwasher, or if any flooring needs to be removed.