My name is Saeed and my team is focusing on Energy design proposals – Alternatives and improvements to refrigerators. Thank you for replying to our previous questions.
We wanted to ask what is the community’s preference between fridges and freezers and which one is the most desired and needed system?
From the design brief, we didn’t understand a discretion between the two, does this imply that both are needed?
If an alternative or improvement was proposed, would it need to include both a fridge and freezer component, or is one preferred?
Thank you for your help
For your solution, I would recommend having both freezing and refrigeration capacity. For instance, when a larger animal, like a buffalo or pig, is butchered, some of the meat would be used with some immediacy, but being able to freeze the excess is very important to prevent wastage.
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