The main parts of a Viking refrigerator are the door, compressor, shelves and freezer section. These are the parts that the Viking refrigerator depends on to function efficiently.
The compressor is the part that causes the drop in temperatures in the refrigerator. It achieves this by compressing the coolant under high pressure and recycles it to maintain the environment below room temperature. The shelves are made of insulation material and are aligned conveniently to allow free circulation of air throughout the Viking refrigerator.
The door is built differently depending on different Viking models. A side-by-side refrigerator uses a double door that is opened from the center. Other types may use a single door that opens from the side. The door prevents heat or moisture from the outside getting into the refrigerator.
An icemaker is the part that maintains subzero temperatures, and it is always physically separated from the main fridge. Different Viking models have different freezer sections that differ in their sizes and locations. Some models have a freezer section that is larger than other parts of the refrigerator, and this is to cater to the individuals who store many items that need freezing, such as vegetables, fruits and icecream.