Refrigeration and Freezing Systems, Some Useful Applications

The present invention relates to an apparatus and includes one or more individualized refrigeration and freezing units for maintaining a processed product at a temperature for a predetermined period of time. In other words, the present invention relates to an apparatus that includes at least one compressor, one or more compressors, a freezer or stand alone freezer and at least one thermostatically controlled valve for regulating the temperature of a compartment of a container. It should be noted that although this invention has been described with reference to specific types of refrigeration and/or freezing systems, it is not intended to be limited to any particular types of such systems or to the carrying out of any specific procedures relating to the operation of any such system. To know more about freezing system visit:

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The present invention thus deals with a unique combination of both refrigerator and freezer systems. Refrigeration refers to the process of converting food into a liquid state by removing moisture, heat and oxygen from the foodstuff and converting the same into a non-liquid condition. Freezing is the process of raising the water level of a container temporarily, by using a de-icing chemical, for the purpose of protecting the contents from damage by ice formation during the time of thawing. A number of methods can be used for de-icing the foodstuff, depending on the conditions and needs of the situation. It should be noted that the various methods of de-icing and the relative merits of each method are not relevant here, except to point out the fact that some of them are more suitable than others for particular purposes.

A refrigerator system as recited in the claim relates to a system for storing a plurality of containers having interlocked compartments for keeping cold and frozen foodstuffs and/or for retaining the heated beverage items and other liquids. The plurality of containers is preferably arranged in series or parallel along the walls of the interior compartment, with the first and the last containers positioned along the walls of the compartment in a successive manner, according to the arrangement of the container(s). A series of shelves could also be included in the system for keeping books and other reading material, in addition to the containers themselves.

In order to store food items, the interior compartment must be provided with a cooling system, such as the refrigeration system described above. When the foodstuff is stored in the compartment, it will require adequate ventilation to permit both the growth of bacteria and moisture for de-icing purposes. Air filters may also be included in the system. This entire system must have built in ventilation systems for filtering the air, as well as adequate heating for keeping the storage compartments at a desired temperature. In addition, the exterior of the storage compartments must be provided with adequate temperatures for maintaining cleanliness of the storage areas.

One of the additional benefits provided by the invention is that it may be used for a number of unique applications, some of which are described below. These applications are listed herein. The term “refrigeration” encompasses a wide range of technical terms, including the more commonly known aspects of freezer, shop, and refrigerator systems. It is claimed that the present invention provides a novel refrigerator system that includes a compartment for storing foodstuff, which has an outer shell that is provided with a seal, an insulated cabinet or shelves, a compartment for storing cold water, a storage bin or cupboard for containing perishable goods, a drain for removing water from the compartment while the food is being stored, and a control mechanism that enables and controls the temperature of the compartment.

The invention is further described in the present application, in which the innermost shell of the refrigerator compartment is provided with a seal, the inside of this seal being capable of conducting heat and cold air. This cooling and heating compartment can be located either within the outer surface of a housing or over the top of a housing. There are also differences between a freezer and a refrigerator, with the former having a bottom freezer and the latter having a continuous line of thermal conductive material from the bottom of the unit, which serves to maintain the temperature of the contents of the freezer as well as to maintain circulation inside the unit.