What does Sub-Zero mean on a refrigerator?

What does Sub-Zero mean on a refrigerator?

Sub-Zero uses separate evaporators and compressors for the refrigerators and freezers. This means there is no sharing of air between the two units. Refrigerators maintain their own moist, cool air while the freezer locks in its own dry air.

What size are refrigerator pulls?

What size appliance pulls should I choose? The most common sizes of appliance pulls, in order of popularity, are 12”, 18”, 8”, 7” and 15”. Appliance pulls typically mount onto ¾” thick wood panels affixed to the appliance, rather than to the appliance itself.

What is the advantage of a Sub-Zero refrigerator?

Sub-Zero refrigerators have an active vacuum seal. They are tougher to open (which could be a problem for children or seniors), but outside air cannot infiltrate into the refrigerator. The benefit is that food stays fresher for a longer period of time. The refrigerator drawers are magnetized for the same reason.

How do I choose appliance pulls?

Small Drawers that are 12” or less typically work best with a pull that is 3” to 4” long or a knob that is 1” in diameter. Large Drawers that are 30” to 48″will require a pull that is longer than 8″ or a knob that is 1″ in diameter or greater. Using two pulls or knobs for a large drawer also works great.

How do I know what size pull for appliances?

One of the most popular options is to pick one size and use it throughout your cabinetry. There is no right or wrong size to choose, but we do recommend choosing pulls that have at least a 3-3/4″ center to center (the distance between the screw holes).

Is Sub-Zero a Viking?

Viking and Sub-Zero are two of the best names in the appliance industry. They didn’t compete before as Viking sold ranges and Sub-Zero built refrigerators. Then Viking purchased Amana’s high-end refrigerator production to become not only a range company but a refrigerator company as well.


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