Whirlpool Whirlpool Minerala Ultra (10 Ltr) Water Purifier
Triple protection with RO+UV+UF technology, RO membrane capacity 75 GPD, Pre filter for longer life
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Whirlpool's minerala ultra water purifier comes with 10 litre storage capacity. The equipped with worlds best RO membrane, which helps in removing effectively the physical, chemical and biological impurities, thus providing pure and safe contamination free drinking water. Additional UV+UF filter ensure triple protection. It has inbuilt technology for automatic tank filling which ensure you are never out of water.It also helps to maintain the optimum pH level giving you water that is tasty and healthy.

  • Input water TDS 500-2500 ppm
  • Filtration capacity (LPH) 14.5 @25⁰C, 20 psi
  • Mineral enrichment system
  • Tank full indicator
  • MES-mineral enrichment system
  • Large storage

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Highlights
Installation Wall Mounted
UV+RO+UF

UV+RO+UF: Ultra Violet, Reverse Osmosis & Ultra Filtration

Storage Yes
Tank Capacity 10 L
Electric Electric
Power Consumption 36 W
Series # Minerala
Warranty(Months) 12
Warranty Terms 1 Year Product Warranty
Available on Conzumr Since January 2018

Design
Installation Wall Mounted
Purification Type UV+RO+UF

UV+RO+UF: Ultra Violet, Reverse Osmosis & Ultra Filtration

TDS Controller Yes
Storage Yes
Tank Capacity 10 L
Electric Electric
Colour Black and silver cladding
Purification
Filter Cartridges Pre-Filter
Pre-Filter Purification Yes
TDS Reduction 90
% Water Recovery 25
Weight and Dimensions
Net Weight 8.8 kg
Width 360 mm
Depth 240 mm
Height 470 mm
Power
Rated Voltage 230 V
Input Voltage 140
Power Consumption 36 W
Current 1.5 A
General Qualities
Storage Capacity 10

Water-storage capacity should be as declared by the manufacturer.

  • In five brands – Tata Swach, Electrolux, Usha, Aquaguard and Pureit – the water-storage capacity was found to be less than the declared.