Whirlpool launches new range of washing machines with in-built water heater, price starts at Rs 18,000
NEW DELHI: Whirlpool has launched a range of washing machines in India. The new range of washing machines comes with NABL certified antibacterial cycle. The company claims that the feature helps in removing 99% harmful bacteria and allergens from the clothes at a temperature of 60 degrees celsius. This special antibacterial cycle by Whirlpool is tested and approved as per global sanitisation protocol NSFP172.
Apart from removing bacteria the washing machine also comes with features that offer a hassle-free cleaning experience. The machine comes with a stain removal technology that uses 6 stage wash process involving varying water temperatures & washes motions, ensuring tough stains removal like mud, grass, ketchup, etc. The in-built heater helps remove 50 different types of tough stains even after 48 hours.
The Whirlpool washing machine also comes with customised fabric care. The machine offers three different water modes that help in taking care of different fabric types. The washing machine also comes with Eco wash functionality which uses an optimizSed wash algorithm for low water & energy consumption.
The new range of washing machines is available online on whirlpoolindia.com in the capacities of 6.5kg and above. The price range of the washing machines starts at Rs 18,000.
Commenting at the launch K G Singh, vice president – marketing, Whirlpool of India said, “Consumers today are more vigilant of their health and hygiene than ever before. Keeping in mind the need of the hour, Whirlpool has fast-tracked its efforts to provide superior Sanitisation along with best in class Wash Performance with the launch of the WhiteMagic Elite Plus range. This feature is also present across Stainwash Pro and Bloomwash Pro ranges through a special anti-bacterial cycle that ensures up to 99.9% germs and allergen-free wash. This innovation comes from over 100 years expertise of Whirlpool in building washing machines leveraging its proprietary 6th Sense algorithms.”