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Promoted item:New Midea Chest Deep Freezer 5.0 cu ft Small Dorm Apartment Size Compact

New Midea Chest Deep Freezer 5.0 cu ft Small Dorm Apartment Size Compact

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About Freezer

Freezers are insulated thermal cabinets, rooms, or compartments which maintain a sub freezing temperature, for quick freezing and storing of food and perishable items. A freezer is an appliance that keeps food frozen; it is common as both commercial and domestic household units. Early models of the refrigerator had a compartment dedicated to ice cube trays. The processing of fresh-vegetables through freezing was started in the late 1920s by a company named Postum. Benefits of frozen foods were first seen when the heiress of General Food deployed commercial grade freezers in Moscow to protect and store perishable food items. This later saw the marketing of frozen products by General Foods to upscale restaurants. Home freezer units were introduced by 1940 in the United States, and they soon transitioned from a luxury to a necessity. Earlier freezing units accumulated ice crystals around the unit caused by humidity into the units when the doors of the freezer were opened. This required periodic thawing of the freezing units in order to maintain their efficiency. Frost-free refrigeration was introduced in the 1950s, eliminating the task of thawing. Most freezers operate at around -18 degree C (0 degree F). When freezing food, the food should be wrapped properly and stored at 0 degrees F or below. This helps maintain its flavor, color, texture, and nutritive value. Freezers are available as standalone, upright or chest units, or combined with a refrigerator. Domestic freezers are generally included within a refrigerator. Cyclic defrost freezer/refrigerators are mainly two door models where the freezer is manually defrosted. Frost free refrigerators are also generally two door models that automatically defrost the freezer and fresh food compartments. Upright/Vertical freezers have an opening door in front, with the contents packed, checked and loaded quickly minimizing the time the door is left open. Chest freezers are opened at the top, they are more efficient at holding cold air with thicker insulation and lower heat gain making them economical to use.