Friday, July 25, 2014

New Custom Chill Drawers Found In Modern Refrigerators

When refrigerators first came on the market, after the ice box, they were just an open refrigerated space. Later someone thought of putting in a small section at the bottom of the fridge with a door which was used to separate vegetables from meat and dairy products. Then they put two in the bottom and they were pull out drawers.
New models of refrigerators are available with multiple new custom chill drawers and are placed strategically throughout the fridge. Some are designed for meats, others for cheese, others for butter and others for cold cuts. They can come with humidity controls as well as temperature dials which helps to maintain freshness of different products and even of different produce. Fruits need less humidity than vegetables, while packaged meats last longer at certain temperatures compared to fresh meat, or leftovers. Many of the modern refrigerators have gauges and controls for each compartment so that you are able to choose which drawer to designate for which product and if this week you have more fruit than cold cuts you can re-designate the drawers. Another advantage of these drawer is that they are usually easy to clean and this can help prevent cross contamination such as mixing eggs with fresh meat, which will save on overall food costs. Another feature of these drawers is that they help to maintain the energy efficiency of the refrigerator, the multiple compartments help to hold in the cold air in when the door of the fridge is opened. This helps to increase the energy efficiency of the refrigerator as well as the more efficient compressors.
These custom chill drawers can also come with labels that can help when placing groceries into the refrigerator. This in turn helps to find products later on, and also can let you know when you are running out of certain things, like fruit and lunch meat for the children's snacks or lunches, or even late night snacks for the parents.
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