Hybrid Refrigerator, Air Conditioner, Humidifier
Window Refrigerator, Air Conditioner & Humidifier SynergyCompact, Economical, Energy Efficient, Durable, Quiet & Useful All Year Round
US Patent: 9,080,801 & Patent Pending
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Below is another variation (the outdoor condenser is not shown)
|Front view of the Fridge-Heat-Pump hybrid device in Summer||Front view of the Fridge-Heat-Pump hybrid device in Winter|
Like a window A/C, the condenser (back) of the window refrigerator is outdoors. A refrigerator may also be added to a thru-the-wall A/C or heat pump (very common in hotels, office buildings and rental units) commonly installed under the window through an opening in the wall.
Features, Advantages & Benefits:
Saves Electricity: Up to 80% during winter & cold nights. Up to 70% during fall, spring & summer
Less Expensive: When combined with a heat pump, cooler or A/C; it's one quiet, energy efficient, synergistic, multi-functional appliance that costs less to buy and maintain, weighs less, takes less space & uses less electricity than the above appliances bought separately.
User can reduce the cooling space inside the refrigerator: During hot summer days, the user can reduce the cooling space inside the refrigerator to save electricity or to use more of its cooling power for cooling inside the house like an A/C.
Quieter: Its condenser is outdoors
Humidifies: During summer it cools & humidifies indoor space
Has direct access to solar & wind energy: Its condenser (back) is outdoors
Longer Life: Since it's more energy efficient, it lasts longer & needs less repair
It saves kitchen space and unlike a window A/C, it's used all year round as a refrigerator
1. Summer, Fall/Spring/Night By freezing water at night when it's colder outdoors. It allows the ice to melt during day when it's warmer outdoors.
Example: When the outdoor temperature is 80 °F, the window A/C consumes less electricity than when the outdoor temperature is 100 °F. The same is true of a window refrigerator. When outdoor temperature is 60 °F, 50 °F, 40 °F or 30 °F, the window refrigerator uses less electricity than a similar indoor refrigerator that is in a 70 °F or 80 °F kitchen day and night all year round.
According to Energy Information Administration's 2001 official energy statistics Table, refrigerators consumed 13.7% (156 billion kWh), freezers 3.5%, lighting 8.8% and TVs 2.9%. Every home has at least one refrigerator/freezer and it's never turned off.
|#2. Window Refrigerator, Cooler (Ice/Water Reservoir) & Freezer||#3. Magnified View of
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Summer Ice/Water Reservoir
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