Jakarta. When you visit a family member, for instance, maybe your grandmother's home, it's not often that you might be surprised by their shiny new fridge. It's just something that doesn’t happen every year like someone upgrading their phone. People keep their fridges for years even though it would seem obvious that it was time to replace it. Fridges are built to last, that is true, so why should we replace it?
1. To Save Energy
It's very likely we still have at least five-year-old refrigerators in our household. By the early 2010s, refrigerators likely consumed around 300 kWh, but as time passed, technology became more efficient and refrigerators are likely to consume two-thirds or even half of the electricity today.
As your refrigerator ages, so do the parts inside it, a five-year-old fridge is likely to consume 10 percent more electricity than when it was new.
The new AQUA Japan multi-door refrigerator combines efficiency with elegance, with its glass door design and inverter technology, Japanese technology designed to be better for the environment and better for you.
2. Keep Bacteria Away, Increase Food Longevity
As the condition of your refrigerator gets worse year after year, as the components start becoming less efficient the temperature of the fridge will get warmer. What that means for you is that the food you store is likely to expire much sooner than they should. As the fridge gets warmer, it will become a more habitable place for bacteria to grow.
The latest innovations from Japan now equips refrigerators with quick-cooling technology, designed to quickly cool your food and keep it fresh for longer periods of time, saving you time and helping you keep a healthier lifestyle.
3. Allow Multi-Tasking
Although it's not necessarily the most important reason to upgrade your refrigerator, the ability to multi-task in the kitchen is nice. Refrigerators have gotten very advanced over the last few decades, and four-door refrigerators with the advanced technology of today have become a lot more affordable and efficient in storage management and electricity consumption.
4. Keep Food Storage Organized
The most common type of household refrigerator are two-door variants, with the freezer on top where you put meat and ice. And often we see a trail of frozen liquids dripping from the meat we stored in the fridge. What we seldom realize is that not only is this unappetizing, but it can also be a breeding ground for bacteria that would contaminate the rest of your fridge.
The new multi-door refrigerator from AQUA keeps your food separated and clean; no longer will you have to rummage through your fridge to find what you need. The separated storage space also means that your food lasts longer. Keeping the nutrients in your food and bacteria out are very important things to keep in mind when you want to eat healthier.
Fortunately we live in a time when people and companies are always innovating and looking for newer and more efficient options for your household. AQUA Japan #Knowsyoubetter, bringing you the latest technologies from Japan. AQUA Japan multi-door refrigerator manages space efficiently, and more importantly keeps your meat and vegetables separate, all the while consuming less energy, ultimately saving you money in the long run. Click here to find out more about AQUA Japan's technology.