The Most Popular Solar DC 12V Freezer in Africa
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A-1116, International Trade Center, Qingdao E. T. D. Zone, China 266555
1,High quality DC compressor;
2,DC12V/24V automatic recognition;
3, CFC-free refrigerant (R-134a);
4; AC/DC operated;
5, Low power consumption;
6, 0ºC-10ºC (32ºF-50ºF) for refrigerator compartment;
7, Battery over discharge protection;
8, High temperature resistance and energy saving design
9,Max -19ºC (-0.4ºF) for freezer compartment at 30ºC (86ºF) Ambient temperature
Data : Model BR128F
|Input Voltage||DC12/24V auto|
|Compartment||128L freezer (Inner air circulation fan)|
|Freeze performance||Max. -19ºC for the freezer|
|20'/40' Capacity||36pcs/20GP,84pcs/40GP, 126pcs/40HQ|
|Optional||solar controller, Adaptor, AC/DC auto switch|
2016 NEW Solar freezer (dual-temperature/Model BR-RF): 212L, 277L, 315L, 362L, 408L
2016 NEW Solar freezer(single-temperature/Model BR-F): 128L, 170L, 233L, 303L, 335L,384L,433L
Solar freezer(Model BR-C4): 90L, 138L, 188L, 238L, 318L
Solar refrigerator(Model BCD): 92L, 118L, 142L, 158L, 176L, 198L
Solar showcase(BR-C4): 208L
K-series portable solar freezer: 30L,40L, 50L
BR series portable solar freezer(BR-C4): 20L,30L,45L,55L,60L,70L,80L,90L
Accessories: solar panel, solar charge controller, GEL battery
1. Over 10 years professional experience of producing and exporting solar refrigerator&freezer.
2. Partner of F.A.O. (Food and Agriculture Organization)
3. Own technical team
4. High standard quality control program
5. Excellent speed service always
COMMERCIAL ENERGY GROUP LIMITED
is an energy-saving technology pioneer company, engaged in develop and apply wind power generator and solar system. Located in the QINGDAO Development Zone nearby Qingdao port, the company enjoys an excellent traffic convenience.
In response the call of government concerning on energy-saving & emissions reduction, we majorly focus on the development of wind solar power system. Based on radical innovatory design concept and high-tech application, make fully use of the green, clean energy to achieve zero power consumption, zero emissions, zero pollution.
Guided by the principle of "advanced technology,exquisite product and competent manufacturing",the company is proceeding with the mission of energy saving and green planet building based on the spirit ofcredit,innovation,hard working and social responsibility.
1. How does a refrigerator work?
A refrigerator essentially works because of the properties of compressed gas. The compressor compresses the refrigerant gas which raises the pressure of the chemical refrigerant. It also raises the temperature. The heat exchanging coil that sits on the outside the refrigerator the allows the refrigerant to dissipate this excess heat caused by the pressurization which is why you feel heat coming from from the vent.
As the refrigerant cools, it condenses into a liquid. The liquid then flows into an expansion valve which allows it to move from high pressure to low pressure zone. This process forces it to expand and evaporate and in the same way that sweat keeps us cool in the summers, as the refrigerant evaporates, it absorbs heat which makes it cold.
There are inside the refrigerator which allow the refrigerant to absorb heat. This absorption process makes the inside of the refrigerator very cold. This cycle will repeat tima and time again until the desired temperature (set by the user) is reached.
2.Why does frost form in a refrigerator?
This is a very common refrigerator FAQ because so many of us have this problem. The reason why it happens is due to water vapor hitting cold coils and then frost forms. Just like the steam from your breath on a cold window, the water vapor condenses and turns into water. As the water condenses onto the coils, it freezes and thus forms a layer of frost.
3.How do I get rid of an odor in my refrigerator?
You might find that there are times where no matter how many boxes of baking soda you add to your refrigerator, there's nothing you can do to remove an unpleasant odor. The best way answer this refrigerator FAQ for you to follow this step by step process:
Start by removing all items from the refrigerator. You may want to be sure to remove the items from the freezer as well as something in there might also be a culprit.
Throw away any spoiled foods. This might seem like a given, but take a close look at the food in the fridge and be sure that it hasn't gone bad. This applies to more than just a few bags of fruits and veggies. Open the jars, bottles, leftovers and all drawers. You might be surprised what you find.
Clean the shelving. Many refrigerators have spill guard shelves which allow you to take them out and wash them in the sink. Also remove any other parts that are meant to be removed. Hand wash these items with hot soapy water. Do not place them in the dishwasher as many of these parts are not meant to be exposed to great amounts of heat and could melt or warp.
Wash the door gasket with hot soapy water. Use a mild detergent (dish soap) and be sure you rinse the area well once you're done because any leftover soap residue could keep the door from closing properly.
Be sure to wash the interior walls and the door liner. Using a clean sponge and a solution of 2-4 teaspoonfuls of baking soda mixed with 1 quart of hot water, clean the entire interior of the refrigerator including the exteriors of the vent and the light. Wipe dry after you're finished and leave the door open for a bit to air dry.
For stubborn odors, try spreading a box of baking soda out on a couple of cookie sheets and place them on the top and bottom shelves of the fridge. This often will help to absorb any additional odors.
If you've tried everything listed above and still find that the odors are still present, then unfortunatley, it may have penetrated its way into the insulation. Only a skilled professional can replace the insulation, so you may need to contact a repairman to get an estimate. (Though hopefully the answer to this refrigerator FAQ will help prevent your having to call in for help.)
4.Can I recycle my old refrigerator?
This is the most common Green Refrigerator,the answer is yes, you can recycle your old refrigerator! Most refrigerators are up to 95% recyclable. You can recycle everything from the glass and plastic shelving to the rubber gaskets on the door.
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