If you need to acquire a refrigerator, don’t consider to study every refrigerator on the market. There are simply thousands of models. To make a good choice you just have to figure out what you require. While reviewing different features, the criteria on which most people base their decision is:
1) Refrigerator sizes and capacity
Before shopping for a refrigerator, decide where are you going to put it and what capacity do you need. The choice of size is made according to the proportions of space available. t70sjmb1z Conventional refrigerator depth is 60cm, but if you have a lot of free space, you may choose one with 80cm. The height depends on chamber composition and may vary from 50 to 210cm. Width differs from 60 to 100 cm. The refrigerator capacity should allow to arrange products not very close to each other, so that the air could circulate. Some more details…
For small flats and for those who don’t need a large refrigerator, small and compact refrigerator will be convenient. Such models have usually one chamber, with small freezing section (there may not be freezer at all). The sizes of such models are 160cm height (but there are even smaller, like 50cm), width and depth are usually standard 60 x 60cm. These refrigerators are actually the best choice for hotels and for those who live alone.
European type refrigerators can also be placed in your small kitchen. They have a narrow width (60cm) but can touch even 2, 5m high. The standard depth for European countries is 60cm. In relation to the height, the capacity may vary from 200 to 350 liters. As the freezing chamber and cold store have separate doors, they are placed one under the other. It’s common to find the freezing chamber on the bottom, but it can be vice versa. Such models are perfect for small families. The inaccessibility of top shelves to small people, especially to children, can be a disadvantage.
But if you have a large kitchen, then it’s recommended to buy a wide refrigerator with the maximum width of 1 meter. The Asian brands (Samsung, LG) offer these kind of models. Their advantage over the European models is that these ones would be much lower (under 180cm) and more convenient to everybody to access. The freezing chamber is usually on the top.
You can choose a large refrigerator among the Side-by-Side models. Their design is similar to cabinet with two side doors: freezing chamber and cold store. Their capacity ranges from 300 to 650 liters. As their sizes are very large: width up to 1m, depth up to 85 cm, height up to 180 cm, these Side-by-Side refrigerators are perfect to store lot of products.
Keep in mind the door opening when choosing the refrigerator because when the doors are open, they can limit movement in small rooms. A good feature on some models is the possibility to shift the side in which the door would open.
2) Built-in refrigerator
The build-in refrigerators offer the convenience that it fits perfectly in your kitchen interior. On top of that, you can control your build-in refrigerators without actually opening its door as the temperature detectors are on the outside. You can use the space under the refrigerator for the dishwasher and shelves. The disadvantages are the costs and it’s useful capacity that’s 2 times smaller then it’s size. A good suggestion for mounting is to let the air to freely circulate by having slits in the furniture.
3) Number of chambers
As you can choose a number from 1 to 3, it’s preferred to take in account all the possibilities as their functionalities vary a lot. The refrigerators with just one chamber are small and have only one door. They are usually not equiped with a freezer section, but some models have a small freezer, that could store up to 2kg of meat.