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Technology Connections 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

OK, comment-pinning time!
I want to address the whole full-vs-empty fridge aside because I appear to have understood this differently than many people and it illustrates a problem in the video. Lots of people are saying things along the lines of "I thought the point of a full fridge was to minimize the amount of air inside so opening it causes less heat loss." Similar to the whole thermal mass reasoning (which is where I was coming from), this doesn't really matter in the long run. Which of course runs counter to the idea that chest freezers are helped by the fact they have a lid and not a door. So let's talk about that.
The thermal mass of air is tiny compared to any solid or liquid substance. So even if you exchange the entire volume of air in the fridge or freezer when you open it, once it's shut the new air will rapidly cool thanks to the cold walls, shelves, and of course food. That's why the freezer door gets sucked in. This does introduce some quantity of heat, yes, and in theory if you had more stuff in the fridge less heat would be introduced. But honestly I think this quantity of heat is mostly negligible, and I regret not making that clear in the script. I think that the heat introduced from opening the doors a few times is minimal compared to an entire day's worth of natural heat intrusion.
Chest freezers do get some help from the fact that they're sort of "never opened" but I think that more important than even that is simply their massive amounts of insulation compared to a refrigerator. I actually talked more in depth about this in a follow-up video, which you can find here; https://youtu.be/CRBWPbqvqvw
(edited to add;) Having thought through it some more, I imagine the greatest benefit of having the lid on the top is that the cold air isn't being held back by a thin door seal as it is in an upright freezer. I really should get a thermal camera!

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Stathis Bikos 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

I don't know if you realized exactly how funny "overheat the size pump" really is as a seentence XD XD XD

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Jessie Morris 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Boosting engagement here. 🙂

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Pythos de Gothos 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

The Royal Society for putting things on top of other things. Graham Chapman should be smiling.

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Seani M 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

So cheats freezer with a spigot like a cooler

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Brooke Johnson 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

https://youtu.be/RoGuvvzHY1A at 6:54 they have this cool cynlidrical fridge with a rack that slides out of the top (hard to explain, just watch). Point is that solves the problem of food getting buried at the bottom

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Dustin Stopo 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Please forgive me for the late subscription. I so much catching up to do. Love the break downs thank you!!

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Dan Deveny 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Manual defrost ones have people throwing out kilos of ice. If people think ice will form, and have no plans to frequently defrost, then they might pick a larger freezer than normal to account for lost room. The amount of ice made will depend on things like humidity but it should be factored into energy comparisons (maybe it is tiny). Also they can contribute to heating your room, so have less heating costs.

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Stuff Bud Duz 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Trying to stop climate change is like trying to hold back the ocean's tide with the palm of your hand. The good news is . . . none of it matters. Sooner rather than later, the Yellowstone Caldera will blow its top, or the earth will be struck by a Everest-sized meteorite. Either way, that'll change the climate . . . and be the end of us. So just have fun and stop worrying about shit we have no control over.

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quigonkenny 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Sliding drawer for the freezer causing greater energy use makes sense. Pulling the freezer open would suck warm air into the freezer area, pushing some of the cold air out. Closing the door again will also lose you a little cold air unless there's no motion to the air inside the open freezer when you're closing it. Given that you're not generally keeping the freezer open very long before you close it again (and you're naturally moving the items in the freezer around while it's open), the air probably has not completely settled from when you opened it.

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smegger knee 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

ooooo….latent heat capacity……?
Finally.
A simple straightforward phrase…that ACTUALLY explains HOW refridgerator does its job.
Thankyou.
fyi…..12v peltier chip.+ solar panel+ tiny fan+insulated box with insulated lid=diy fridge with no nasty chemicals.
(maintenance free,just turn it off to defrost and clean)
To improve efficiency of ANY fridge….use transprent DRAWERS (from an old freezer)
each one acts as a "bucket" holding the cold air in place when the door opens.
Similar to the veg drawer you almost always see at the bottom of an upright fridge.

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Anthony Marucci 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

4:41 it's really attractive that you own like 100 freezer packs

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AuraKnightStar 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

I think the reason bottom mount French door refrigerators are the the most popular is because placing the fridge compartment and thus the compartment you will open most frequently higher up means less bending down. Each of the double doors are smaller then one big door so it is good for smaller kitchens or families that may have multiple people in the kitchen at one time.

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Jason Smith 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Off gridders have been using chest freezers + a thermal switch to convert chest freezers into refrigerators for years. Just put the thermal sensor inside the freezer, turn the freezer on high, plug it into the thermal switch, and set the thermal switch to the temp you want. The freezer is always calling for more cold, but the thermal switch doesn't give it power till the temp rises above the temp you set.

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Gabriel Vieira 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

So Coool

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Ailith Twinning 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Wait…I can make a chest freezer into a fridge and get way more space with creative item placement than any comparably priced mini or half fridge? As someone moving to a place with no fridge but already owning a chest freezer and needing to buy some fridge thing, I appreciate this info.

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Leo Giri 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Imagine watching this video while scratching away the ice in your freezer

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Clay Goodman 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

I would have double or triple liked, just because my man eats Jack's pizza. Best pizza.

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Louise Heiwood 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

I have a 12v dc fridge with a similar design, it’s smaller and only uses like 30 watts, it’s meant for off grid application to be run by solar. I’d love a video on propane fridges too, those are fascinating

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Robert Brindley 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

This guy is great at covering things

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raukouy 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Here in Uruguay you can buy chest freezers that can also be used as a fridge. They have a range switch.

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Bobby Patton 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

This guy reminds me of AVE except he is polite, thorough and deliberate.

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Ian Random 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

My chest freezer is where I put stuff I got on sale, so it allows me to delay going to the store for a few extra days.

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Wicked Snake 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

I like slade frezer

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SciPhiFox 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Yes, Bridges with the freezer drawer on the bottom for with an ice dispenser on the door, do you have full-blown ice makers in the door

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kid-does-stuff 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Upright freezer made up of drawers instead of doors might work

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Douglas Windsor 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

The way to help climate change is for more refrigerator mechanics to put in reversing valves in existing air conditions they only get a few hours of time not the high markup of a new heat pumps changing an existing air conditioner over to a heat pump should be less than 500$ versus 2 thousand or more dollars were i'm at we have ground water 20 feet below our feet a great source of heat

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Wilhelm Taylor 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

Is entropy really the correct word for what you're describing? Thats the disorder of a system's state of being. Enthalpy may be more appropriate….or neither.

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A Day 18/10/2021 - 5:21 PM

You're so silly…a table next to the chest freezer easily allows you to remove food and see what you want. I can't think of anything more easy.

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