electric refrigerator


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Noun1.electric refrigerator - a refrigerator in which the coolant is pumped around by an electric motorelectric refrigerator - a refrigerator in which the coolant is pumped around by an electric motor
deep freezer, Deepfreeze, deep-freeze, freezer - electric refrigerator (trade name Deepfreeze) in which food is frozen and stored for long periods of time
electric motor - a motor that converts electricity to mechanical work
ice machine - an electric refrigerator to supply ice cubes
ice maker - an appliance included in some electric refrigerators for making ice cubes
icebox, refrigerator - white goods in which food can be stored at low temperatures
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The fire started in the camper's electric refrigerator and spread to the home, but crews were able to get to the fire quickly and the home only suffered minimal fire damage, he said.
The first modern electric refrigerator was invented in 1914 by an American woman named Florence Parpart.
Hino) and DENSO Corporation (DENSO) have jointly developed the world's first electric refrigerator system for heavy-duty trucks using a hybrid unit.
The test plan was loosely modeled after the DOE Uniform Test Method for Measuring the Energy Consumption of Electric Refrigerators and Electric Refrigerator-Freezers (U.
I thank God for simple blessings, like the electric refrigerator and freezer, with a half a steer in it that we raised.
The first Kelvinator electric refrigerator was introduced in 1914.
Among the known firsts are the country's first sports organization, the Maryland Jockey Club; the first elevator to be operated by electrical power; and the first electric refrigerator.
With the invention of the electric refrigerator in the 1930s, the ice industry faded and died out.
the refrigeration engineer son of a Chicago brewery engineer and architect, patented an electric refrigerator design in 1913.
A General Electric refrigerator plant in Decatur, AL, has been designated a "Star" site by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration.
With the extensive use of electricity and the invention of the electric refrigerator, the ice cutting industry died out in the 1930s.