Sub-Zero Keeps It Clean Inside and Out with NASA-inspired Air Purification System
Many fresh food like apples emit ethylene gas, a natural compound that hastens spoilage. This can be a good thing, but not for the rest of the fresh food that you store in your refrigerator. To keep your favorite leafy greens at its freshest while making sure to use the most energy-efficient means, Sub-Zero’s antimicrobial air purification system comes into play.
It uses technology designed by NASA that scrubs the air of ethylene gas, along with other odor-causing bacteria, mold, and viruses every 20 minutes. It goes beyond the traditional charcoal filter, and ensures your food is kept fresher for longer with high standard, advanced technologies.
Maintaining a good environment for food is essential, even when stored in your own home. Sub-Zero is your partner in keeping the integrity of your food intact, starting with the condition it is preserved in.
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What is Ethylene Gas, and How Does it Affect Food Spoilage?
Have you ever heard of ethylene gas? It’s high time you do, because it’s closer to all of us than we can imagine. While studies have shown that it’s not particularly harmful to human health, what it directly affects is the food we consume. Ethylene gas is basically a natural plant hormone released in the …Read more