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March 17th, 2008
Sharp releases new 'hybrid' fridges
Sharp has released a new top mount refrigerator range boasting a ‘Hybrid Cooling System', designed to keep foods at optimum temperatures with less dehydration.
The three model range uses a separate aluminium panel at the back of the fridge, cooled to approximately 0¢ªC, which works with the normal cooling system to spread chilled air evenly throughout the fridge. Sharp claims this leads to less over-cooling, less dehydration and fresher food.
As with many modern whitegoods, Sharp's new refrigerators use nanotechnology to maintain food quality, with a deodorising filter to reduce unpleasant or strong food odours.
The new models also have a fresh case with cover for meat, poultry and fish storage, and a ‘pizza pocket' for frozen pizza storage.
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