Managing food supplies and cooked meals in the home and office can be tough without the help of a refrigerator. Perishable food items such as fruit, milk, eggs and butter all need refrigerating without which they do not last as long. There are various models available in the market manufactured by international and national electronics brands. Customers can choose from various sizes, colours and cooling technologies depending on their personal requirements. Local brands such as Pel, Dawlance and Super Asia have affordable price ranges for refrigerators as compared to LG or Samsung.
The popular international brands for refrigerators are Samsung, Kenwood, Panasonic and LG that specialise in all-in-one units that have one section dedicated for refrigeration and the other for freezing food items. The large and medium models can be stored in the kitchen, pantry and dining room for easy access while the smallest size is ideal for a student dorms room, office lunchroom or bedrooms. Each model has its own set volume measured in litres or cubic meters. A large family can benefit from using a 22 cu. ft which can accommodate storing large qualities of food for several weeks.
Refrigerators use a compressor to generate cooling within the cabinet that is sealed in by a rubber liner around the door to ensure no heat escapes. The main cabinet can be controlled using a thermostat and there is a light inside the refrigerator to help easily locate food items. The power performance of modern refrigerators ensures that you save electricity as they are designed with powerful cooking systems that quickly reach the desired temperature without overworking the compressors. By simply placing your fridge in a cooler room the compressor will work less to maintain the desired temperature ensuring you spend less electricity.