Whirlpool (Booth W901) will be featuring innovations in its KitchenAid appliances during this week’s International Builders’ Show in Orlando, Fla.
KitchenAid®’s 42-inch Built-In French Door Refrigerator provides exceptional refrigeration room without taking up additional cabinet space. The appliance’s narrow door facilitates flexible kitchen design and creates smooth traffic flow, particularly where there is an island.
With 22.5 cubic feet of interior space, the manufacturer says that the refrigerator has the most capacity of any built-in bottom-freezer in the industry.
The refrigerator includes KitchenAid’s ExtendFresh temperature management system and ingredient care centers that allow temperatures inside drawers to be adjusted to accommodate particular foods.
The company’s freestanding and slide-in ranges offer peak performance and cutting-edge design, driving the entire KitchenAid Culinary Series appliance suite.
The series features newly designed handles, high-precision knobs and a soothing blue LED display with touch-glass controls.
A front-mounted control panel places intuitive oven and cooktop controls in the front, so cooks don’t have to reach over a hot cooktop.
Other features include gas and electric true convection cooking, warming drawers, large windows, die-cast consoles and versatile temperature management systems. Ranges are available in electric, gas and dual fuel oven configurations. Gas and dual fuel ranges feature full-width, recessed grates. Electric ranges feature a frameless glass cooktop with beveled edges for a built-in look and a touch-activated, no-knob console.
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With corporate headquarters in Benton Harbor, Mich., Whirlpool Corporation is a member of the National Council of the Housing Industry — The Supplier 100 of NAHB.
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