Choosing the right refrigerator; available specifictions and models

Choosing the right refrigerator includes overview to the model (top, double doors, combined, Multi-door and American) and types of cold.

In modern world today we have various options to overview before Choosing the right refrigerator. Apart from the obvious criteria such as the model (top, double doors, combined, Multi-door and American) and the types of cold, there are a good number of essential key factors determining when choosing a refrigerator.

Choosing the right refrigerator

Choosing the right refrigerator:The capacity

The capacity of the refrigerator or its useful volume varies depending on the types and models of refrigerator. In order to choose the right quantity, it is important to take into account the number of people in the same household as well as consumption habits.

Number of people in the householdRecommended volume
1 personBetween 100 and 150 L + freezer. 40 liters
2/3 peopleBetween 150 and 250 L + freezer. between 60 L and 80 L
3/4 peopleBetween 250 and 300 L + freezer. between 80 and 100 L
more than 4 peopleMore than 300 L + freezer. more than 100 L

Climate class

Another point which should e considered before Choosing the right refrigerator is that Your refrigerator is attached to a 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:

ClassroomAmbient temperature
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

You can find the climate class on the rating plate, located inside the refrigerator section of your appliance. Beyond these temperatures, the performance of your device is reduced. It produces less cold, the temperature inside your refrigerator rises, thus affecting the storage of food.