How to fix an American refrigerator without breaking the bank
In a new twist on the old-fashioned refrigeration process, American Cooling has developed a product that is cheaper than other refrigeration systems, but also much more efficient.
The company has created a $5,000 machine that uses a special-purpose power source and two ultrasonic coils to cool the room without draining or heating the room.
“There are some very efficient refrigeration products out there,” said Brian Schubert, vice president of research and development at American Cooler, which is based in Chicago.
“It takes about 10 minutes to cool a refrigerator, so it’s not a lot of work.
But when you’re in a room that’s a little more compact and you’re working on a desk and there’s no air movement, it’s a lot more work.”
The cooling system can be used in any type of room, from a coffee table to a coffee shop.
The product can be controlled remotely, so no special equipment is needed to operate the machine.
Schubert said the product can also be used to cool large office buildings or industrial sites, where temperatures can drop.
The cooler will cool the rooms in an airtight container, while the air surrounding the room is kept at a constant pressure.
A single thermostat is used to regulate the temperature of the room, while an ultrasonic coil is used as a thermal insulator to keep the temperature constant.
Schutter said the thermostats are designed to work in the middle of the day or at night when temperatures are at their lowest.
The thermostatic coils are also able to work as heaters, making them ideal for indoor use.
He said that the company is testing the machine in large indoor spaces and will offer it to other companies in the future.
Schuybert said there are currently more than 3,000 companies working on refrigeration technologies, and the American Coolers is just one of them.
He hopes to see a lot less reliance on expensive refrigeration solutions in the next 10 years, because there are so many products on the market that can cool more efficiently.