Featuring the Moisture Retention Technology and the Zeolite Technology, this 240-litre refrigerator from Whirlpool keeps your favourite fruits and vegetables fresh, and it prevents excessive ripening. Also, this refrigerator takes advantage of the MicroBlock Technology to ensure that its contents are free of contamination, so you remain as healthy as you should be.
Your fruits and vegetables are kept fresh and moisture-rich with this technology. It ensures up to 2X freshness and also prevents up to 99.9% bacterial growth and excessive ripening.
Storing large quantities of fruits and vegetables is made easy, thanks to this refrigerator’s ample storage space of up to 32 L. It also ensures that the odours don’t mix with each other and provides better cooling.
You can store your fruits and vegetables in this exclusive bottom drawer which keeps your food fresh for a long duration and also helps in preventing odour mixing.
The ethylene emissions from your fruits and vegetables are absorbed by this technology which helps in preventing excessive ripening. Also, it provides twice the freshness by reducing the sugar content of the produce.
The contents of your refrigerator are kept cool and fresh by the flow of cold air around the compartment. This helps in keeping your fruits and vegetables moisture-rich for a long period.
It prevents up to 99.9% microbes and protects your food against contamination, thanks to a special anti-microbial additive present in the material of the compartment.
These boosters provide precise cooling to each compartment by controlling the circulation of cold air throughout the refrigerator. It also ensures that the odours don’t mix with each other, so the distinct flavour of each food item is retained.
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9 Jul, 2016
26 Nov, 2016