Advice on freezers
What is freezing quality?
We determine the freezing quality of a freezer based on several specifications that are important for the proper storage of your food. This ensures that it falls into one of the following 3 classes: basic class, middle class or top class. Does the device have the option of freezing, digital temperature control or a long storage time in the event of a power failure? The more relevant specifications a freezer has, the better the freezing quality.
What is build quality?
We also divide build quality of freezers into 3 classes: basic class, middle class and top class. The build quality is determined on the basis of various specifications that say something about the life of the device. Does the freezer have No Frost to prevent ice from forming? Or an anti-vacuum door handle, which makes the door seals wear less quickly? The more relevant specifications a freezer has, the better the build quality.
How do you save energy?
Because a freezer is always on, it always uses energy. When purchasing a freezer, it is important to look at energy consumption. The consumption is displayed on the energy label. The energy classes in our range range from A to A+++. The most energy-efficient freezers are often more expensive than comparable inefficient items, but this difference is earned back over the entire life of the device because your energy bill goes down.
Never defrost the freezer again?
Defrosting a freezer is a time-consuming but necessary job. Over time, ice may form, causing the freezer to use more energy than is necessary. In addition, the freezer drawers slide open less easily due to the layer of ice on the walls. With No Frost you no longer have to worry about defrosting the freezer. No Frost prevents ice and frost formation, making defrosting completely unnecessary. And that not only ensures time saving, but also extra comfort.
Do you want to place the freezer in the shed?
If you want to place the freezer in places where there is no heating, for example in the shed or basement, it is important to look at the minimum ambient temperature of the freezer. You can see this minimum temperature in the properties on the product page.