Refrigerators and Freezers

Energy Star Refrigerators and Freezers at Amazon

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About Energy Star Refrigerators and Feezers

ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators require about half as much energy as models manufactured before 1993. ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators provide energy savings without sacrificing the features you want. ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator models use high efficiency compressors, improved insulation, and more precise temperature and defrost mechanisms to improve energy efficiency.

ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator models use at least 20% less energy than required by current federal standards Exit ENERGY STAR and 40% less energy than the conventional models sold in 2001. Many ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator models include automatic ice-maker and through-the-door ice dispensers. Qualified models are also available with top, bottom, and side-by-side freezers.

ENERGY STAR qualified freezer models use at least 10% less energy than required by current federal standards. Qualified freezer models are available in three configurations: (1) upright freezers with automatic defrost; (2) upright freezers with manual defrost; and (3) chest freezers with manual defrost only.

ENERGY STAR compact refrigerators and freezers use at least 20% less energy than required by current federal standards. Compacts are models with volumes less than 7.75 cubic feet.

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T. Martin March 8, 2011 at 6:38 pm

Sounds great!


Joe Block March 9, 2011 at 10:43 am

Refrigeration costs at my three delicatessens tend to climb along with customer numbers on weekends, and especially around holidays.

A constant flow of meat and frozen vegetable stock moving into and out of the large refrigeration units can keep compressors humming. And my electricity bills soaring. Food safety concerns used to leave me feeling there was no real alternative.

But a small high-tech device called Endocube put out by RefrigeratorSaver Inc has worked wonders at combining energy saving with food safety.

The fact is—refrigeration compressors can kick into action due to momentary air temperature changes of the kind caused by personnel simply opening and closing cooling unit doors. Temperature changes which frozen foods are adequately protected against by their sheer bulk. What the Endocube unit cleverly does is focus on the actual surface temperatures of refrigerated foods while ignoring small, inconsequential air temp fluctuations.

The result? A more uniform refrigerator temperature that saves energy while greatly extending equipment life. And reducing the food waste that comes with less efficient cooling.

It’s a cost efficient “green” solution to a problem that once had me seeing red.


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