Freezer cooling capacity is not the stronger the better.

When choosing a freezer, many consumers may think that the stronger the cooling capacity, the better the freezer. However, this is not the case. Once a freezer has too much freezing capacity may bring a series of problems.

First of all, the excessive freezing capacity of freezers can lead to the destruction of the nutritional structure and organization inside the food. Most foods are insensitive to very low temperatures, and prolonged exposure to very low temperatures will result in the loss of vitamins, proteins, and other nutrients, thus affecting the taste and nutritional value.

Secondly, excessive freezing capacity will lead to an increase in power consumption of the freezer, which in turn will increase the user’s daily expenses. With rising energy prices, a freezer that consumes too much power will become a major burden on energy bills.

Finally, excessive freezer freezing capacity will increase the workload of the compressor thus shortening its service life… The compressor is one of the most critical parts in the freezer, and its damage will lead to the failure of the entire freezer, and the repair cost will increase accordingly.

Therefore, when choosing a freezer, consumers should choose the freezing capacity reasonably according to the actual demand and household usage, and avoid blindly pursuing too high freezing capacity. Choosing a freezer that suits your needs not only saves energy expenses and extends the service life of the freezer, but also effectively preserves the nutritional value and freshness of food.