Whirlpool is a very familiar name to North American appliance shoppers. After Whirlpool acquired the Maytag Corporation in 2006, Whirlpool became the world's largest manufacturer of home appliances. The Whirlpool Corporation is based in Benton Harbor, Michigan. Whirlpool manufactures all sorts of home appliances, including: washing machines, dryers, refrigerators, ranges, dishwashers, microwaves, air purifiers, dehumidifiers and air conditioners. Whirlpool makes both front-loading and top-loading washing machines. Most Whirlpool models are Energy Star qualified.

The Whirlpool Duet HT is a front-loading washing machine that can handle a large load. This model can wash up to 16 pairs of jeans at a time. The Duet model features a six-point suspension system to reduce noise and vibration.

The Duet Sport washing machine is an economical front-loader that cleans deeply, yet uses less water and energy than a traditional top-load washer. This washer can clean any type of fabric, from delicates to heavy denims.

The Whirlpool Cabrio is a top loading machine with a very large capacity. This machine is big enough to wash three baskets of laundry in one load. This innovative machine uses a wash plate instead of a traditional agitator to create the extra load space. Whirlpool's Direct Inject spot and stain removal system keeps your clothes looking extra clean. The Cabrio is available in white, black or gold metallic.

The Whirlpool Super Capacity Plus washer features the Fabric Sense wash system that chooses wash temperature, time and agitation speeds based on the cycle and soil level you select. This economically-priced unit is available in white and black.

The Whirlpool Compact 24-inch front-loading washer is a high-efficiency machine that can fit almost anywhere. It can stand by itself, slide under a countertop or stack on top of a matching 24-inch dryer.

Whirlpool makes an extensive line of washing machines with one suitable for virtually every need whether it's a top-loader or a front-loader, a compact, full-size or extra-large capacity.



General Electric