Install your freezer correctly: After choosing the type of freezer (chest or cabinet), here are the determining criteria to take into account in order to install your freezer correctly and wisely.
Install your freezer: Set the right location
The freezer is attached to a particular “climatic class”, in other words its optimal functioning depends on the ambient temperature, on the place where it will be placed. There are five climatic classes:
|SN (SubNormal)||From + 10 ° C to + 32 ° C|
|N (Normal)||From + 16 ° C to + 32 ° C|
|SN-ST (Temperate Subtropicalized)||From + 10 ° C to + 38 ° C|
|ST (SubTropical)||From + 18 ° C to + 38 ° C|
|SN-T T (Tropical)||From + 18 ° C to + 43 ° C|
It is important to place the freezer in a dry and ventilated room, the temperature of which respects its climatic class. Failure to comply with the temperatures can lead to a decrease in the performance of the appliance, resulting in a reduced freezing capacity, thus affecting the preservation of food. Keep the freezer away from heat sources and water points to avoid any electric shocks. Leave a space of a few centimeters between the freezer and the wall.
Connect the freezer in accordance with the instructions for use to an earthed socket.
Install your freezer: Positioning the device
Place the freezer on a flat surface and in a stable position. Wait 24 hours before switching it on if it has been transported.
Once the freezer is installed, remove the internal and external transport safety devices, clean the inside of the freezer using lukewarm water and washing up liquid.