Fridge / Freezer Thermometer
This stainless stain fridge or freezer thermometer can help you to save energy in your kitchen by allowing you to measure the temperature of your fridge accurately and adjust accordingly.
The recommended temperature to keep your food from spoiling is 4°C for a fridge (40°F) and -18.00°C (0°F) for a freezer. If your fridge or freezer is operating well below these temperatures you are unnecessarily wasting power.
Designed by Grunwerg this stainless steel thermometer is guaranteed to provide you with years of accurate temperature measurement on its large easy to read screen.
Fridge / Freezer Thermometer More Information
- It has both farehnheit (-20F to 80F) and celsius (-29C to 27C) readings.
- It measures 136mm (height) x 92mm (width) x 36mm (diameter)
- Not to be placed in a microwave or dishwasher.
Other ways to save energy on your fridge/ freezer
1: If you got an automatic ice-maker on your freezer aware that this increases energy output by between 14-20%. Turn this off and go back to using ice trays to save.
2: Don't store cereal boxes or other items on top of your fridge as it might block heat from escaping and force your fridge to work harder and thus increase power output.
3: In order to maximise the efficiency of the compressor of your fridge vacuum the coils several times a year.
4: It is recommended to avoid placing your fridge beside heat sources such as the cooker and dishwasher. It is also recommended not to place it beside a window.
5: If you keep your fridge organised you won't have to leave it open for as long when you are sourcing food from it. The less time it is open the less work it takes to adjust back to the correct temperature.