Did you know that your refrigerator may be taking a huge chunk of your energy consumption and in the process a large amount of your electricity bill! The good news is LG Fridges With linear Inverter Technology are here to bring your energy consumption levels down!
In our quest to be at the forefront of developing innovative technologies aimed at making the lives of our consumers better, we have adopted the most efficient technology available in the market for our refrigerator. linear inverter Technology can ultimately help save up to 30-50% of the electricity consumed by your refrigerator (per unit) as compared to the regular refrigerators available.
But first let’s learn how a refrigerator works …………
Whenever it is hot and we opt to take a bath, we suddenly start feeling cooler. This is because the moisture (or water) on our body evaporates by taking the heat from our body thus making us feel cooler.
Similarly, in a refrigerator there is a refrigerant called HFC (Hydro Floro Carbon) that moves in the pipes or coils on the rear part of the refrigerator. When it is in liquid form, it takes the heat from the refrigerator contents and evaporates to form gas there by cooling the things kept in the refrigerator. The gas is then compressed using a compressor to convert it into liquid again, and the cycle continues.
Refrigerators also use a device called the “Thermocouple” which senses the temperature inside the refrigerator and makes the compressor go “on” or “off”. The thermocouple works according to the set temperature in the refrigerator.
The compressor uses electricity to do its job and this is the most electricity consuming part of a refrigerator
Most compressors in regular refrigerators are single speed refrigerators. They are either “on” or “off” based on the temperature in the refrigerator and the setting in the thermocouple. Most compressors are designed to handle peak load conditions (for high temperatures when its hot), which means that they run at peak load even in its cold when the cooling requirement is less. Every time the refrigerator door is opened, heat enters the refrigerator and the compressor has to take care of this load as well. So most regular compressors are built to take care of peak load plus the “door open shut” load which during most of the year is much more than the actual requirement.
INTRODUCING THE LINEAR INVERTER TECHNOLOGY FROM LG
How does an LG refrigerator with a linear inverter compressor work?
The LG Refrigerators’ linear inverter compressors work very much like a car accelerator. When the speed required is more, the acceleration is more, and when it is less, then the acceleration is less hence during hot days when the cooling load is more, the compressor works at peak capacity taking more electricity. But during cold days when the cooling load is less, the compressor works less thereby consuming less electricity. During the nights temperature are cooler then day temperatures hence electricity savings also happen at night as the compressor will run at a lesser speed.
This inverter compressor never switches off even when the temperature stabilizes, but runs at a slower speed maintaining the temperature inside the refrigerator.
Benefits of switching to LG Fridges With linear Inverter Technology technology
Experience much less energy/electricity consumption as the temperatures in this LG refrigerators constantly stabilize thus saving a good amount of electricity and helping you save that extra shilling.
The amount of noise made by this type of LG refrigerators will be much less as compared to the regular ones.
Unlike in regular refrigerators where there is an “on” “off” cycle causing temperature variations throughout, the temperature in this type of LG Fridge will constantly be stable.
They come with a 10-year warranty!!
So, if you are planning to buy a refrigerator with energy saving options, look no further as LG has a SMART way of ensuring that high electricity bills (not forgetting that annoying noise in your kitchen!!) are a thing of the past.
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