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Our latest range of Frost Free refrigerators is designed to complement your discerning aesthetic sense and your changing lifestyle needs. Impeccable styling, superior technology, and unmatched performance come standard with Whirlpool refrigerators.

Whether it is the Neo iChill's unique 6th SENSE DeepFreeze Technology, the Protton's 6th SENSE ActiveFresh Technology or the Professional's 6th SENSE ActiveCool Technology, you just can't go wrong.

  • 6th Sense DeepFreeze Technology
    Deep Freeze Technology controls the cold air movement in the refrigerator. It increases the speed of cold air and full circulation of cold air. It results in 40% Faster Bottle Cooling*, 50 % Faster Ice Making* and up to 3 times better cooling retention during power cut. Retains the taste and texture of ice cream.
  • 6th Sense ActiveFresh Technology
    With the revolutionary 6th Sence ActiveFresh Technology, presenting the 3 door Protton World Series Refrigerator. Its Active Fresh Zone with Moisture Retention and the incredible MicroBlock, keeps your fruits and vegetables fresher for longer.
  • 6th Sense ActiveCool Technology
    Introducing the new Professional Frost Free Refrigerator from whirlpool with 6th Sense ActiveCool Technology, that senses adapts and controls the cooling basis the outside room temperature and internal load, giving perfect for long-lasting freshness.
Key Innovative Features
  • Tower cooling
    Uniform Cooling across shelves.
  • Flexicool
    Flexible cooling wherever desired
  • Moisture retention technology
    Maintains the natural moisture to keep fruits & veggies fresher for longer
  • Microblock
    Prevents microbial growth to keep fruits & veggies in the best of health
  • Freshonizer
    Reduces oxidation to maintain Original freshness
  • Deodorizer
    Absorbs foul odour to keep the circulating air fresh
  • Dual cycle dual air cooled system
    Independent refrigeration system for refrigerator and freezer for precise control of temperature and no odour mixing
  • DC inverter compressor
    Low energy consumption and long life of the compressor
FP 343D Royal(330 Ltr)
MRP : Rupees 40,950*

6th Sense Activefresh

Moisture Retention Technology

Microblock

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Thaw Zone - Store & Serve

MRP : Rupees 625 *

Even left overs get a special place without taking up too much space with the Thaw Zone.

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Mini Crisper for Refrigerator

MRP : Rupees 135 *

Now small vegetables never need to get lost in the fridge thanks to the Mini Crisper. It fits perfectly inside the vegetable crisper and keeps your veggies organised.

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Can rack for Refrigerator

MRP : Rupees 200*

Easy access and easy storage lets you keep your cans without having them topple over and take up extra space.

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Silicone Ice Choclate moulds

MRP : Rupees 190*

Silico Flex Mould makes Ice & chocolate in different shape

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Easy Store bin for Refrigerator

MRP : Rupees 275*

Keeps your refrigerator perfectly organized by storing your small items like chocolates, cosmetics and medicines.

Refrigerator Tips

Cleaning your refrigerator

  • Before cleaning, always switch-off the power supply and remove the plug from the socket.
  • Remove all shelves and bins. To remove refrigerator selves, side them till the front and push them up gently from the front of the shelf and then pull out.
  • Slide out the chiller, tilt upwards and pull out gently.
  • Remove the refrigerator and freezer door bins by pushing up and pulling out.
  • Use a soft cloth and mild detergent to clean the refrigerator thoroughly. Take care not to damage the door seals.
  • Allow the refrigerator to dry by leaving the door open for some time.
  • Plug the power cord in and swotch the main on. Allow the refrigerator to cool for som time before placing food inside.

Cautions

  • Do not splash water directly on the refrigerator.
  • Do not work with flammable sprays.
  • Be sure to check the voltage before inserting the power supply cord into the socket.
  • Be sure not to re-insert the power supply socket within 5 minutes of removing it from the socket.
  • Ensure that the water does not get into the LED/bulb panels or other electrical components of your refrigerator.
  • Ensure that water doesn't get into the control panel of the freezer door.
  • Don't allow water to collect at the bottom of the refrigerator.
  • Do not store volatile chemicals such as ether and benzene in the refrigerator.
  • The fumes, besides damaging food can build up and cause an explosion.

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What is a Total No Frost fridge or freezer?

Total No Frost banishes ice from the fridge and freezer by blowing chilled air around both to reduce the humidity. Food packaging doesn't stick together, food labeling stays clearly legible and storage space isn't wasted by ice buildup. Defrosting is never, or almost never necessary.

There are different levels of energy consumption. Which one is the best choice?

5 Star Energy Rating offer the lowest energy consumption. This is better for the environment and for your wallet.

How can I get rid of unpleasant odors in my refrigerator?

Clean the inside with a mild cleaning detergent.

How much free space should I leave open around a refrigerator?

For freestanding refrigerators you should leave 5 cm on top and 10 cm behind the appliance. This will allow heat to be dispatched easily and reduces energy consumption. For built-in appliances the space needed is included in the specifications.

What is the best way to clean my refrigerator?

Clean both the refrigerator and freezer compartments about once a month to prevent odours from building up. Wipe up spills immediately. Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power. Remove all removable parts from inside, such as shelves, crispers, etc. Hand wash, rinse, and dry removable parts and interior surfaces thoroughly, using a clean sponge or soft cloth and mild detergent in warm water. Do not use abrasive or harsh cleaners such as window sprays, scouring cleansers, flammable fluids, cleaning waxes, concentrated detergents, bleaches or cleansers containing petroleum products on plastic parts interior and door liners or gaskets. Do not use paper towels, scouring pads, or other harsh cleaning tools. These can scratch or damage materials. To help remove odors, you can wash interior walls with a mixture of warm water and baking soda (2 tbs. to 1 qt (26 g to .95 L) of water). Wash stainless steel and painted metal exteriors with a clean sponge or soft cloth and mild detergent in warm water. Do not use abrasive or harsh cleaners. Dry thoroughly with a soft cloth. For additional protection against damage to painted metal exteriors, apply appliance wax with a clean, soft cloth. Do not wax plastic parts.

What should the temperatures be inside my refrigerator and freezer?

A temperature of 3 to 4�C on average is preferred, with upper and lower limits of 0 to 7�C. At 7�C food will deteriorate more quickly

Is moisture in the Vegetable Drawer normal?

Yes. As the water in the vegetables evaporates, it strikes the cold surface of the refrigerator, hence resulting in formation of water droplets. The humid air over the vegetables is however swept away by the dynamic airflow inside the refrigerator, keeping your vegetables fesh.

Why do I hear a noise from the back of the refrigerator?

The refrigerator is kept cold inside with the help of cooling coil, fan motor which is inside the product and the compressor which is fitted at the bottom rear side of the refrigerator. During the operation of the refrigerator it is normal to hear a humming noise.

There is water in the bottom of the self-defrosting refrigerator

The drain tube from the gully at the back of the fridge is blocked. Defrosted water is flowing into the cabinet.

The temperature inside the appliance is too cold/warm

The optimum normal air temperatures in the centre of cabinets should be as follows; Refrigerator +3.5�C Chiller 0�C Freezer *** -18�C Freezer * -6�C Freezer ** -12�C Freezer **** -24�C (Using Fast Freeze switch. Not a normal running temperature.)