The Smart Anti-Waste Refrigerator by LG Electronics

Reducing waste and protecting the planet are the goals of the new line of smart refrigerators by LG Electronics

The ever-changing needs and lifestyles influence the choices of consumption and approach to household appliances, with a focus on reducing waste.

LG Electronics, a leading brand in the household appliances market, launches two new product ranges: combined refrigerators and the AI DD range of washing machines, based on consumers’ demand to save, conserve better and waste less energy.

To better preserve fresh food, LG created a new line of combined refrigerators, which adopt solutions for better preservation of food through precise temperature control. Thanks to the LINEAR Cooling+ technology, the temperature is constantly maintained uniform in all areas of the refrigerator, with a maximum variation of 0.5°C.

The DOOR Cooling+ technology adds control on the door, the area of the refrigerator usually characterized by greater dispersion of cold and significantly higher temperatures. This new technology, thanks to a vent positioned at the top, near the door, keeps the temperature constant even in the most delicate area of the refrigerator. This flow of cold air allows the internal temperature to be quickly restored, avoiding excessive thermal variations.

The FRESHBalancer grill is located in the lower part of the refrigerator and allows you to adjust the humidity level, creating optimal conditions for storing fruit and vegetables. Finally, the shelf equipped with FRESHConverter technology allows you to choose the right temperature for your food.

The new product range reaches A+++-40% energy class. This is possible thanks to the Inverter Linear compressor, which saves up to 32% energy.

[Giuseppe D’Orsi]

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