How does a refrigerator work? Have you ever wondered how a refrigerator keeps your food fresh and provides you with a refreshingly chilled beverage in a hot day? Watch this video to know how a refrigerator carries out this frosty feat.

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20 thoughts on “How Does A Refrigerator Work? | Refrigeration Explained

  1. Vilma Carongoy Labitan says:

    Asking a permission if it's ok to use this video for my video making presentation ? I would like to share it with my classmates Thankyou and Godbless. The video is quite simple but we'll explained I was amazed by the animation too. 👏❣️

  2. Drake Danos says:

    From what I understand, the refrigerant starts off as a liquid. This is necessary for the first steps so it can absorb the heat from the food. It then becomes a gas. The compressor does work on the gas, heating it up, and getting it ready to become a liquid again to restart the whole process. As the hot liquid flows through the condenser, heat flows normally from the liquid to the outside air. The process then repeats.

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