What Are the Benefits of a Sub-Zero Fridge?


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Benefits of a Sub-Zero refrigerator include dual refrigeration, numerous design options, a built-in microprocessor, energy efficiency and an air purification system. Additionally, Sub-Zero refrigerators are manufactured in the U.S.

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What Are the Benefits of a Sub-Zero Fridge?
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Dual refrigeration uses a compressor to cool the refrigerator area and another compressor to cool the freezer area. This allows ultimate food preservation and also reduces energy consumption.

Sub-Zero features numerous refrigerator styles, such as built-in and integrated designs that enable the refrigerator to be camouflaged by the kitchen’s cabinetry. Its refrigerators can also be lined up seamlessly with the kitchen cabinets to create an aesthetically pleasing and space-efficient refrigeration option. Other style options include models with glass doors, stainless steel, French doors, side-by-side and over-and-under design.

The built-in microprocessor keeps each section of the refrigerator at its ideal temperature. It also notifies the refrigerator’s owner if a door or drawer is left open, automatically defrosts frozen food when needed and makes the cooling fan and lighting accessible.

Sub-Zero refrigerators are designed with sustainability as a priority and often work using less energy than traditional refrigerators. They include airtight seals that also reduce energy consumption.

The Sub-Zero refrigerator's patented air purification system removes the ethylene gas produced by fruits and vegetables, which keeps produce fresh longer. The air purification system also improves the odor within the refrigerator.

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