By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : February 07, 2018 5:01 pm
It will be available in 0.8T, 1.0T, 1.5T, 2.0T variants.
Whirlpool India has announced the launch of new range of inverter air conditioners in India. The company new premium range ACs also doubles as an air purifier and it will be available in 0.8T, 1.0T, 1.5T, 2.0T variants.
The major highlight of the ACs is the in-built air purifier that comes with a PM 0.3 filtration to improve indoor air quality. The home appliances have 3D Purafresh technology can remove pollutants present at home. Further, the AC can also act as a standalone air purifier without consuming high electricity. The company says that 3D Cool Purafresh Inverter series involves zero maintenance cost and works through an electronic purification process.
The 3D Cool Inverter AC range comes with a 5-star rating and is also energy efficient as well. As the name suggests, it comes with 6th Sense IntelliComfort Technology that bears advance humidity sensing mechanism that takes into consideration high humidity levels in coastal regions of India and reduces humidity 40 percent faster.
The feature also stops dehumidification below optimum humidity levels so that one doesn’t feel dry while using the AC. Whirlpool has also launched Magicool Inverter series that has energy wise mode in its Intellisense Inverters which can also provide life-saving up to Rs. 46000 with its 3S Inverter series.
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Commenting on the launch, Kapil Agarwal, Vice President, Marketing, Whirlpool of India said, “At Whirlpool, we are committed to continuously delight consumer with technologically advanced premium products. Keeping the commitment alive in 2018, we are launching ISEER (Indian Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) norms adhered new range of ACs with class-leading innovations.”
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