Built-in or integrated fridge freezers will blend in with your fitted kitchen. They can be slimmer and mor compact than other types of fridge freezers.
With integrated fridge freezers there are generally fewer models to choose from and they are more expensive than similar freestanding fridge freezers.
|Freezer Position||Fridge above Freezer|
|Noise Level||42 dB|
|Dynamic Cooling System
Cooling system which gives an equal temperature in all areas of the refrigerator. Can also be called Cold Air System or Multi Airflow System
Does the freezer have a feature preventing frost to build up inside of it?
|Power Failure Autonomy
How long the freezer can maintain a temperature below -9C in the event of a power failure.
|Open Door Warning||No|
How many shelves and boxes does the fridge have?
|Automatic Defrost (Fridge)||Yes|
This indicates the net fridge volume in litres.
A freezer with this feature can freeze a larger mass than a regular freezer within 24 hours.
|Freeze Capacity||10 kg/day|
|Automatic Defrost (Freezer)||Yes|
This indicates the net freezer volume in litres.
Generally, most modern appliances are being built to be compatible with all worldwide voltages, from 100 volts in Japan to 240 volts in the United Kingdom. However the power outlets differs between countries.
Input: ~100-240V 50/60Hz 65W -- This means the appliance is compatible with multiple voltages. This item can be used just about anywhere in the world, and any difference in voltage is basically irrelevant.
Input: 115/230V 50/60Hz 200W -- This means that the appliance can be switched between 110-120 volts in North America, and 220-240 volts in other parts of the world. This is common of desktop computers and some hair dryers/irons/etc. You probably have to flip a switch setting it in the proper position.
Input: 120V 60Hz 2.8A -- This means that the appliance is only compatible with a single voltage, in this case, 120 volts. To use this appliance safely, the voltage needs to be changed from 220-240 volts to 110-120 volts by way of a voltage converter or transformer.
|Energy Consumption (kWh/year)||309 kWh/year|
Energy efficiency classes are graded on a scale from A to G - A being more energy efficient. The energy label is applicable to most white goods, cars, light bulbs etc. According to EU directives (92/75/CEE, 94/2/CE, 95/12/CE, 96/89/CE, 2003/66/CE), the label must be displayed.
A+ and A++ are most energy effective. Those grades was introduced at a later stage.
|Connection Cord Length||2.4 m|
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