American Style Fridge Freezers UK

American Style Fridge Freezers UK

If you are searching to buy anAmerican style fridge freezer in the UK you will be able to find all you need to know right here on these pages.

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

Top names including Smeg, Deawoo, Indesit, Hotpoint, AEG, Samsung, Maytag and more arae available at top UK suppliers such as; Comet, Currys, Dixons, Tesco, John Lewis, Asda, Sainsburys, Appliance Direct, Empire Direct, Tribal UK, 24 7 Electrical, Appliance Deals, Boots and many more. You will find these suppliers and the best prices all here.

People who are on a tighter budget may choose to look for the cheapest American style fridge freezers because they are affordable and within budget while by the same token they still offer the benefits of being 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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Before the invention of the fridge, in the UK icehouses were used to provide cool storage for most of the year. These structures were mainly built and used in ancient Persia (Iran). Placed near freshwater lakes or packed with snow and ice during the winter, they were once very common. Using the environment to cool foodstuffs is still common today. On mountainsides run off from melting snow higher up is a convenient way to cool drinks, and during the winter months simply placing one's milk outside one's window is sufficient to greatly extend its useful life.

The first known artificial refrigeration was demonstrated by William Cullen at the University of Glasgow UK in 1748, and relied on the vapor-compression refrigeration process explained by Michael Faraday. Between 1805, when Oliver Evans designed the first refrigeration machine that used vapor instead of liquid, and 1902 when Willis Haviland Carrier demonstrated the first air conditioner, scores of inventors contributed many small advances in cooling machinery. In 1850 or 1851, Dr. John Gorrie demonstrated an ice maker. In 1857, Australian James Harrison introduced vapor-compression refrigeration to the brewing and meat packing industries. The absorption fridge was invented by Baltzar von Platen and Carl Munters in 1922, while they were still students at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. It became a worldwide success and was commercialized by Electrolux. Other pioneers included Charles Tellier, David Boyle, and Raoul Pictet.

At the start of the 20th Century, about half of households in the United States relied on melting ice (and an icebox) to keep food cold, while the remaining half had no cooled storage at all. The situation was similar in the UK. The ice used for household storage was expensive because ice had to be cut from winter ponds (or mechanically produced), stored centrally until needed, and delivered regularly.

In a few exceptional cases, mechanical refrigeration systems had been adapted by the start of the 20th century for use in the homes of the very wealthy, and might be used for cooling both living and food storage areas. One early system was installed at the mansion of Walter Pierce, an oil company executive.

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