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Frigidaire FFTR1814LW 18.2 Cu. Ft. Top Freezer Refrigerator � White

October 9, 2011

Frigidaire FFTR1814LW 18.2 Cu. Ft. Top Freezer Refrigerator – White

  • Store-More Organizational System
  • SpaceWise Adjustable Wire Shelves
  • Store-More Humidity-Controlled Crisper Drawers
  • Dimension (WHD) 30″ X 66-1/8″ X 29-7/8″
  • Store-More Organizational System: Our Store-More organizational system includes gallon door storage, StoreMore crisper drawers, and adjustable door bins to keep food organized and easy to find when you need it.
  • SpaceWise Adjustable Wire Shelves: Easily adjust shelves up and down to create more space for taller items.
  • Store-More Humidity-Controlled Crisper Drawers: Keep your fruits and vegetables fresh in our humidity-controlled crisper drawers.
  • Store-More Gallon Door Storage: Our deep refrigerator shelf gives you room to store more.
  • Store-More Gallon Door Shelf: Door storage gives you room for larger items – like a gallon of milk.
  • Full-Width Freezer Rack: Enjoy more usable space and better organization.
  • Ready-Select Controls: Easily select options with the touch of a button.
  • Control Lock Option
  • Clear Dairy Door
  • Reversible Door: Door can be installed to open left or right based on your needs.

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    Question by Jason: How do refrigerators use the phase changes to keep food cool?
    Pretty much what I asked in the description. I just need to know how refrigerators use phase changes. If any one can help then thanks.

    Best answer:

    Answer by JacobD
    If you are further interested in learning more about refrigerators, then do a google search. Anyhow, they use evaporation to absorb heat. These are the simple phase changes involved in the refrigeration process. Here is a step process:

    1 The compressor compresses the refrigerant gas. This raises the refrigerant’s pressure and temperature (orange), so the heat-exchanging coils outside the refrigerator allow the refrigerant to dissipate the heat of pressurization.

    2 As it cools, the refrigerant condenses into liquid form (purple) and flows through the expansion valve.

    3 When it flows through the expansion valve, the liquid refrigerant is allowed to move from a high-pressure zone to a low-pressure zone, so it expands and evaporates (light blue). In evaporating, it absorbs heat, making it cold.

    4 The coils inside the refrigerator allow the refrigerant to absorb heat, making the inside of the refrigerator cold. The cycle then repeats.

    Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

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