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Sub-Zero – Built In Refrigeration – Intelligent Preservation



March 15th, 2011

Sub-Zero’s fresh thinking means your food stays fresher for longer. Designed with an enhanced food preservation system, Sub-Zero appliances utilize dual refrigeration, an innovation that uses separate compressors to maintain optimum conditions in the refrigerator and freezer. Dual Refrigeration supplies chilly, humid air to keep food fresh, and frigid, dry air that protects frozen foods from freezer burn. 


Sub-Zero Built in refrigerators boasts the only air purification system developed for NASA. Our air purification system significantly reduces odours, bacteria, viruses, and ethylene gas by scrubbing the air every 20minutes, meaning your food lasts longer.


The precise controls found in every Sub-Zero appliance are driven by advanced microprocessors that are the brains of the dual refrigeration system. The microprocessors provide pinpoint temperature control, adapt the defrost pattern to your use cycles and even saves energy.


All our built in refrigerators feature spill proof adjustable cantilever glass shelves and our freshness cards within the refrigerator providing east-access information on the proper storage of food.


The Sub-Zero built in range is available in Overlay and stainless steel, and the new flush inset design installation allows the unit to sit flush with surrounding cabinetry. Once installed you will never have to move your Sub-Zero with all mechanics being accessed from the front of the unit.


Our Built in Range of refrigerators is extensive with widths ranging from 762mm to 1219mm, side-by-side.



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