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What is the latest technology used in refrigerators?

Refrigerators today have become ubiquitous in Indian households. They help in storing food and other produce while keeping them fresh for long periods of time. Refrigerators have become a staple in the majority of Indian … Read More

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Refrigerators today have become ubiquitous in Indian households. They help in storing food and other produce while keeping them fresh for long periods of time. Refrigerators have become a staple in the majority of Indian households, a fact that has propelled manufacturers to constantly innovate in this space, and integrate refrigerators with new technologies.

Today, we have a wide range of refrigerators catering to different needs. Right from single door models to French door models, and with AI technologies being used to recommend food recipes, refrigerators have come a long way. Some of the latest technologies we can see in this space include:

  1. Insulated capillary technology: Ordinary refrigerators come with capillaries that provide refrigerant to the freezer, which loses cooling while opening and closing the door. On the other hand, the insulated capillary surrounds the capillary with super cold gas, which helps to retain the freezer’s cooling even during power cuts of up to 12 hours, and can achieve a temperature as low as -26°.
  2. Customized smart features: With AI assist, you can make shopping lists, browse recipes, the order in, and much more. The new Samsung fridge — Samsung Family Hub offers best-in-class features, where you can also browse apps, make phone calls, and listen to music. 
  3. Convertible refrigerator option modes: Samsung fridges and LG fridge offer features where you can convert your freezer into a fridge, or shut the freezer/fridge compartment altogether. Based on your usage, you can also change the refrigerator modes to vacation, seasonal, or home alone modes, as per your needs and requirements. This allows you to save on electricity while you’re away, and utilize only one unit of the fridge when required. 
  4. Ice Beam Door Cooling: The cooling technology of refrigerators has seen significant improvements in the last couple of years.  This technology helps to maintain an even temperature throughout the refrigerator. It circulates air uniformly in multiple directions from airflow vents so that every corner of the refrigerator is evenly cooled. With this technology, your food remains fresh for a longer period, and the cooling happens 35% faster than the conventional cooling system. 

You can purchase the latest refrigerators by shopping on the Bajaj Finserv EMI Store. You can also opt to use the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network Card, which lets you purchase products at no-cost EMIs, with flexible repayment tenors ranging from 3 to 24 months.

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