Window Refrigerator & Cooler / Air Conditioner
834 Pyramid Way, Sparks Nevada 89431 USA Phone: 775-219-8187
US Utility Patent: 9,080,801 B2
Divisional Utility Patent Pending
Like a window A/C, the condenser (back) of the window refrigerator is outdoors. A refrigerator may also be added to a thru-the-wall A/C or heat pump (very common in hotels, office buildings and rental units) commonly installed under the window through an opening in the wall.
Features, Advantages & Benefits:
Saves Electricity: Up to 80% during winter & cold nights. Up to 70% during fall, spring & summer
Less Expensive: When combined with a heat pump, cooler or A/C; it's one quiet, energy efficient, synergistic, multi-functional appliance that costs less to buy and maintain, weighs less, takes less space & uses less electricity than the above appliances bought separately.
Refrigerator's internal size can change: To save electricity, during hot summer, the user can reduce the cooling area inside the refrigerator.
Quieter: Its condenser is outdoors
Humidifies: During summer it cools & humidifies indoor space
Has direct access to solar & wind energy: Its condenser (back) is outdoors
1. Summer, Fall/Spring/Night By freezing water at night when it's colder outdoors. It allows the ice to melt during day when it's warmer outdoors.
Example: When the outdoor temperature is 80 °F, the window A/C consumes less electricity than when the outdoor temperature is 100 °F. The same is true of a window refrigerator. When outdoor temperature is 60 °F, 50 °F, 40 °F or 30 °F, the window refrigerator uses less electricity than a similar indoor refrigerator that is in a 70 °F or 80 °F kitchen day and night all year round.
According to Energy Information Administration's 2001 official energy statistics Table, refrigerators consumed 13.7% (156 billion kWh), freezers 3.5%, lighting 8.8% and TVs 2.9%. Every home has at least one refrigerator/freezer and it's never turned off.
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