Black American Style Fridge Freezers

Black American Style Fridge Freezers

American style fridge freezers are now available in a wide variety of colours including; stainless steel, white, silver, graphite, black and more. If you are looking to buy a black American style fridge freezer appliance, you can browse the pages here to find out all you need to know.

On these pages you will find all the information you need regarding where to buy black American style fridge freezer units.

Top names including Bosch, Whirlpool, LG, Samsung, Maytag and more. You will find them all here.

People choose to buy American style fridge freezers because they are spacious and offer a great storage sollution which can dramatically cut down the time needed for the shopping for of fresh chilled fruits, vegetables and metas.

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Black American Style Fridge Freezer

The first fridge to see widespread use was the General Electric "Monitor-Top" fridge introduced in 1927. The compressor assembly, which emitted a substantial amount of heat, was placed above the cabinet, and surrounded with a decorative ring. Over 1,000,000 units were produced. This fridge used sulfur dioxide refrigerant. Many units are still functional today.

The introduction of freon expanded the fridge market during the 1930s, and freezer units became a little more common and requested during the 1940s. Home units did not go into mass production until after WWII. The 1950s and 60s saw technical advances like automatic defrosting and automatic ice making. Developments of the 1970s and 80s brought about more efficient fridges, and environmental issues banned the use of CFC (freon) refrigerants used in sealed systems.

Fridges used to consume more energy than any other home appliance, but in the last twenty years, great strides have been made to make fridges more energy efficient. Current models that are Energy Star qualified use 50 percent less energy than models made before 1993. [2]

Early fridge models (1916 and on) featured a cold compartment for ice cube trays. Successful processing of fresh vegetables through freezing began in the late 1920s by the Postum Company (the forerunner of General Foods) which had acquired the technology when it bought the rights to Clarence Birdseye’s successful fresh freezing methods.

The first successful example of the benefits of frozen foods occurred when General Foods heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post (then wife of Joseph E. Davies, United States Ambassador to the Soviet Union ) deployed commercial grade American style fridge freezers to Spasso House (US Embassy) in Moscow in advance of the Davies’ arrival. Post, fearful of the food processing safety observed in the USSR, then fully stocked the American style fridge freezers with product processed from General Foods Birdseye unit. The frozen food stores allowed the Davies’ to lavishly entertain and serve fresh frozen foods that would otherwise be out of season. Upon returning from Moscow, Post (who resumed her maiden name after divorcing Davies) directed General Foods to market frozen product to upscale restaurants.

Introduction of home freezer units occurred in the United States in 1940, and frozen foods began to make the transition from luxury to necessity.

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