How do I choose a refrigerator? What should I check in the refrigerator?

This large shopping refrigerator will stay with you for a long time, and chances are it’ll be your kitchen centre. When it comes to buying with such meaning, it is important that you choose the right refrigerator. So what should you check before buying? We have come to order you. How do I choose a refrigerator? What should I check in the refrigerator?

What size should I buy?

Of course, everyone will have a different need in his home fridge. Young people and students, mostly, greenes in a small refrigerator, or “office refrigerator” as it is customary to be called and families or offices and small business owners naturally prefer larger refrigerators. The size of the refrigerators is very wide ranging between mini-refrigerators and up to 22 liters – usually for very small spaces such as vehicles, to refrigerators that are larger than 700 that correspond to larger families than average and large offices, to giant industrial refrigerators.

The correct selection of the size has meaning from several examinations:
Energy consumption – even if you have a lot of room in the apartment, will not always be right to purchase the biggest refrigerator. Smaller refrigerators will require, generally, less energy to cool the space. The logic is simple – the smaller space, the easier it is to get to the desired temperature so the compressor will work less and the energy consumption decreases. The energy efficiency of the refrigerator should be examined.
Physical Size – especially in small spaces should be accurate in choosing the refrigerator to take advantage of the space in the best possible way. If this is a very small kitchen refrigerator and a size office of 50-200 may fit and sometimes get into the closets area, so save a valuable place. If there is no room shortage but there is also no need for a large cooling space – medium refrigerators in volumes of 200-400 may be a smart purchase, and when there is a large place and frequent use of the refrigerator – large volumes of 400 or very large – that is over 700, may be a wise buy.
What kind of suit do I have? These are most of the refrigerators that can be found in the market today.
Although since the first refrigerator was not a big change, but you can find refrigerators in different forms that may affect your purchase and upgrade to your kitchen. Let’s review some configurations:
Top Freezer – the most common refrigerator. In most cases it is a refrigerator with two doors, one above the other, when the top in most cases is the freezing space and the bottom is a cooling space. Different temperatures can be clearly used in the two spaces according to the nature of use and set different temperatures for both spaces. Some refrigerators can also be exchanged between the cooling and freezing cells.
Lower Freezer – Similar to the previous section, some companies wanted to expand their supply and set the cryogenic cell to be below, because most of the use was focused on the cooling compartment rather than freezing, so the replacement between them puts the main ingredients at eye level. As stated in the preceding section, there are cases where the cells can be exchanged as needed.
Side by side door – the refrigerators that became common in the US also came very quickly to Israel for reasons related to comfort and appearance. These refrigerators often came in large volumes and were often made for many because of the symmetrical form that eventually looked better in the kitchen. Moreover, the cooling and freezing cells that were equal to the size of the many were matched, but other refrigerators offer different sizes to the two doors, as needed.
Multi-Doors – in modern-day manufacturers will offer everything in their power to attract potential buyers, which led certain companies to offer maximum choice through multiple division of cells. Home refrigerators can be reached today with 3 or 4 doors, which actually indicates a combination of all kinds – in one refrigerator and especially larger than the average. In this kind of fridge you should choose whether you prefer high-resolution or you have an advanced need to save food at different temperatures.
Cooling or freezing only – there are also refrigerators or freezers that come without dividing, whose role in various cases is to serve as an extension to the home refrigerator. Such freezers or refrigerators also come in different volumes and may be a good solution for those who need extra space for the existing refrigerator and do not want to replace the existing high-cost.

 

Common technologies in Refrigerators-Glossary

After you have understood the essence, here are some additional terms that will help you choose the right refrigerator for you:
No Frost – Thaw the freezer space and avoiding the formation of ice layers in the refrigerator.
A unified source dispersal – in many refrigerators there are technologies that worry about maintaining a uniform temperature in each interior of the refrigerator.
Fast Cooling – in some refrigerators there is a possibility to activate the refrigerator in the “Turbo” mode to cool it at maximum speed. This function is especially useful after first-run or after shopping when space is warming up.
* Energetic rating – energy efficiency is expressed in letters A-G when a is the best. As we noted in the article, a lower need is expressed in a smaller refrigerator that corresponds to your space and must be cross between the two.
Kiosk – in some refrigerators there is an option for pouring cold water or ice cubes directly from the fridge, without the need to open the door.
Open Door Alert – some refrigerators start to beep when the door is open in a certain amount of time, usually a minute or more.

There are many other terms when manufacturers may use different names for similar technologies, so choose the functions that are most appropriate.

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