Iranian Inventor Builds ‘Heat Exchange’ Fridge

Iranian Inventor Builds ‘Heat Exchange’ FridgeIranian Inventor Builds ‘Heat Exchange’ Fridge

An Iranian inventor has built a refrigerator which uses “the cold from the environment instead of consuming energy” to cool food products.

“The idea of the ‘heat exchange refrigerator’ is that during the cold days of the year there will be no need to consume energy for cooling; instead the refrigerator uses the cold from the environment to keep the food products cool,” Mehr News Agency quoted Hamidreza Angabini, the inventor as saying. He noted that the refrigerator produces constant temperature and stores energy for use when the weather is hot.

While maintaining that “a prototype of this refrigerator has been built,” he added that its major application will be for cooling industries and large-scale industrial refrigeration.