Designing and Development of
Refrigerators and Freezers following advanced Know How.

Product standardisation, material specification and last not least minimised costs.

Reflecting in designing
- market demands,
- involved costs of materials and manufacturing,
- production process limitations
to reach high quality standards.


(c) Stand-alone models with organic external body design, rounded top and door shapes; attractive door and handles with with curvatures and surface structures.

All these high design variations to be based on simple, standardised cheap basic design platforms with high flexibility to allow fast innovation rates with limited costs for change-over to meet fast changing market demands.

Body designing support by transfair


Attractive internal cabinet and door designs.

Advanced cooling features:
internal air ventilation, humidity regulation.

Doors with height adjustable baskets and safe bottle holder.

Cabinets with height adjustable shelves, partially with variable depth, pull-out drawers, Crystalline plastics, shiny liner surfaces.

Control panels and lamps integrated in liner.


(c) Transfair No evaporator or tubing to be seen. All can be mounted behind the liner

In such a model the refrigerator compartment does not need to be defrosted - neither by the user nor by a NO Frost heater.

The humidity entering each time of door opening will automatically be removed by condensing on cold inner back and drop through a tube on the compressor to cool down compressor. This reduces strongly energy consumption.


Optimal designs of cooling circuits (Click on underline for Acrobat file) according to climate and electrical conditions.

Refrigerator and Freezer Prototyping.

Environmentally-friendly CFC and HFC-free models with
high and highest energy efficiency to reduce energy consumption and eliminate Green House Gases.

Foam blowing agent selection (Click on underline for Acrobat file)

Cooling designing support by transfair


Furthermore we have supplied our customers computerized refrigerator test laboratories (click on underline text to get Acrobat file).

allowing them systematically to develop refrigerator cooling circuits and to optimize them.