Refrigerators | Fridges

Refrigerators, or fridges, are common household fixtures engineered to maintain internal temperatures below the temperature of the room through the use of thermal insulation and coolant systems. For food storage, lower temperatures reduce the ability for bacteria to reproduce and slow the rate of food deterioration and spoiling. These benefits make refrigeration essential for industrial, commercial, and private home use. Today, refrigerator design has advanced to include adjustable shelving, water and ice dispensers, controlled storage zones, freezers, and may even integrate digital monitors and video displays.

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Four Door Refrigerators

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Doors: 4
Width: 35 5/8” | 90.5 cm
Height: 70 1/8” | 178.1 cm
Depth (Unit): 32 1/8” | 81.6 cm
Depth (Handle): 34 5/8” | 87.9 cm
Depth (Swing): 50 1/2” | 128.3 cm

Drawings include:
Four Door Refrigerator front elevation, side, plan

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One Door Refrigerators

One Door Refrigerators are common entry-level refrigeration units designed with a single access door. Commonly selected for cost saving and space saving reasons, single door fridges are basic refrigerators without the attention grabbing features of more complex unit types. While they may have smaller footprint sizes, single door refrigerators often require addition clearance to provide the full range of motion to the single large door. One door refrigerators typically have a width of 32” | 81.3 cm, depth of 26 1/2” | 67.3 cm, and height of 71 3/8” | 181.3 cm.

Drawings showing the dimensions of a standard One Door Refrigerator on the side, front, and plan views
One Door Refrigerators are common entry-level refrigeration units designed with a single access door. Commonly selected for cost saving and space saving reasons, one door refrigerators typically have a width of 32” | 81.3 cm, depth of 26 1/2” | 67.3 cm, and height of 71 3/8” | 181.3 cm.
Drawings showing the dimensions of a standard One Door Refrigerator on the side, front, and plan views
One Door Refrigerators

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Doors: 1
Width: 32” | 81.3 cm
Height: 71 3/8” | 181.3 cm
Depth (Unit): 26 1/2” | 67.3 cm
Depth (Handle): 28 1/4” | 71.8 cm
Depth (Swing): 58 1/2” | 148.6 cm

Drawings include:
One Door Refrigerator front elevation, side, plan

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Two Door Refrigerators - Side-by-Side | French

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Doors: 2 (Side-by-Side | French)
Width: 35 5/8” | 90.5 cm
Height: 69 5/8” | 176.8 cm
Depth (Unit): 31 3/4” | 80.6 cm
Depth (Handle): 34 1/2” | 87.6 cm
Depth (Swing): 51 5/8” | 131.1 cm

Drawings include:
Two Door Refrigerators - Side-by-Side | French front elevation, side, plan

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Two Door Refrigerators - Upper Freezer

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Doors: 2 (Upper Freezer)
Width: 30” | 76.2 cm
Height: 66 1/8” | 168 cm
Depth (Unit): 30 1/8” | 76.5 cm
Depth (Handle): 32 1/8” | 81.6 cm
Depth (Swing): 58 1/2” | 148.6 cm

Drawings include:
Two Door Refrigerators - Upper Freezer front elevation, side, plan

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Five Door Refrigerators

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Doors: 5
Width: 36” | 91.4 cm
Height: 68 3/8” | 173.7 cm
Depth (Unit): 33 1/2” | 85.1 cm
Depth (Handle): 35 3/4” | 90.8 cm
Depth (Swing): 50 5/8” | 128.6 cm

Drawings include:
Five Door Refrigerator front elevation, side, plan

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