Find out below how the first refrigerator was created, what is the most important thing to do so that the refrigerator consumes less electricity, as well as what innovations of the refrigerator LG provides a better quality of life!
The development of technology has made life easier for each of us and created a sense of comfort in performing daily activities. From year to year, new technological solutions are found, new devices are developed and existing ones are improved, and that is a fact that we are all aware of, but are we sure that we know everything about the things that surround us? One of those things is certainly the refrigerator, which stores all our food, and in addition can have other characteristics. Below are five facts about refrigerators that you are probably not familiar with, and we believe that they can be interesting and useful.
Before the refrigerator was invented, there was no possibility for the existence of some foods, such as ice cream, so people mostly managed with the help of nature and stored their food in cooler places where it would remain ready for use. The forerunner of the refrigerator was the proto-refrigerator, which functioned thanks to the use of ice, and only later, in 1913, a component was found that enables the retention of cold without the presence of ice. It was not until the 1940s that the refrigerators we use today were invented, and since then they have been constantly improved with numerous innovations, so that today they have grown into real kitchen helpers with smart features that keep food perfectly fresh, as is the case with LG refrigerators.
Air temperature is one of the things that is debated when it comes to using a refrigerator, so there are myths that a full refrigerator consumes less energy. That is an incorrect statement, and what we really need to focus on is maintaining and controlling the temperature. LG has developed a refrigerator with Inverter Linear Compressor technology, and with LINEARCooling and DoorCooling® technology, NatureFRESH keeps food naturally fresh thanks to precise temperature control.
The classification of refrigerators can be done on the basis of their size and the convenience that each of them provides. According to research, among the most popular models are built-in refrigerators that integrate into existing cabinets, then mini refrigerators suitable for students, offices and spaces where a limited amount of food and drink is stored, and so-called American refrigerators with doors that open on both sides. characterized by high visibility. In any case, the size of the refrigerator is very important, especially when buying, and when companies like LG offer refrigerators of different, smaller or larger dimensions in their range, the choice of device is far simpler and suits everyone’s needs.
Did you know that a refrigerator consumes about 12 percent of electricity bills? If you want to reduce costs, you must keep in mind that the refrigerator door must not be opened often in order to keep cool air inside and to maintain the ideal temperature. One way to do that is to use LG Instaview Door-in-Door technology, thanks to which the refrigerator reveals the contents of its shelves to the touch, which perfectly preserves the freshness of food, saves time and energy, and after all that, enjoys wonderful tastes. In this way, LG provides innovations for a better quality of life, drastically reducing the loss of cold air by eliminating the need to open the door.
The last, but not the least important item is the look and design of the refrigerator! If you are creative, you can decorate your refrigerator with various souvenirs and magnets, as Louise Greenfarb from Nevada did, who found herself in the Guinness Book of Records, thanks to her collection of as many as 32,000 refrigerator magnets. If you are not creative or do not have time to design a refrigerator, do not worry because LG refrigerators have a solution for that, so they offer an amazing design, easily fitting into any space and adequate for everyone’s needs.
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