Supercooling Freezers—The Future of Refrigerators?

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July 21, 2014
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  At that specific temperature, Mitsubishi, says, the nutrients and flavors of meat, fruits, and vegetables remain intact for up to seven days. The drawers also feature finely tuned supercooling sensors that can be set to a temperature optimal for leafy greens or fish. 

    At that specific temperature, Mitsubishi, says, the nutrients and flavors of meat, fruits, and vegetables remain intact for up to seven days. The drawers also feature finely tuned supercooling sensors that can be set to a temperature optimal for leafy greens or fish. 

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  These new fridges also use a new type of polyurethane that’s thinner and lighter than that on traditional models, which means more room on the interior with a smaller overall footprint. For now, these refrigerators will only be available in Japan or via import by August 2014, but expect a variation to appear stateside soon.

    These new fridges also use a new type of polyurethane that’s thinner and lighter than that on traditional models, which means more room on the interior with a smaller overall footprint. For now, these refrigerators will only be available in Japan or via import by August 2014, but expect a variation to appear stateside soon.

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