How hot is the inside of a refrigerator?
The fridge is not hot inside but it is cold
Is it true that keeping of hot food inside refrigerator will cause the refrigerator not to function?
Keeping hot food in the refrigerator will make the food cold. It will not damage your refrigerator.
it is the compressor because it is a working machine ............... :P
The compressor is so hot b/c there are fans inside that push the hot air out of the refrigerator. No cold air is blowing out b/c the cold air is going into the fridge.
A refrigerator that's working normally becomes cold on the inside and hot on at least part of the outside, usually somewhere in the back. The refrigerator's job is to remove heat from the inside, where the food is stored. When it does that, it must do something with the heat. It's usually built to dissipate that heat from a series of tubes mounted on the back. If it is hot inside the compartment, it is… Read More
Because a refrigerator works by taking heat from the gas inside its tubings and dispersing that heat into the surrounding area, through the grille at the back.
It depends COMPLETELY on the temperature (and humidity to a lesser extent) outside the refrigerator. If the ambient temp is below - say 40 degrees - the inside temp of the refrigerator, then it need not be on at all. If its hot enough than it won't be able to stay cool inside even if it runs continually.
If the side of the refrigerator is burning hot, its motor may be overheating. First check that the cooling fan is working properly and that the refrigerator is properly ventilated. Sometimes if a refrigerator is jammed against a wall, it can overheat. Then, check around the refrigerator for the smell of something burning and for unusual sounds (as if a part has come loose). Call a repair service immediately. If everything is ok, perhaps your… Read More
Does a refrigerator change heat into cold remove thermal energy from inside the refrigerator or cause thermal energy to disappear?
Thermal energy never disappears, but it can be moved from one place to another, which is what a refrigerator does. If you examine your refrigerator you will be able to observe that there are heat exchange tubes (usually on the back) which get hot as they pump heat from the interior to the exterior of the refrigerator.
The fact that hot water may freeze faster than cold is often called the Mpemba effect
You don't keep hot food in a refrigerator because it will cool down and will not be hot food anymore.
A refrigerator is designed to pump heat from the inside of the refrigerator to the outside of the refrigerator. Since the refrigerator is inside a room (usually a kitchen) the heat does not escape from the house that it is in. If you examine your refrigerator you will find that there is a heat exchange unit, usually in the back (although it can be on the sides) which gets hot. So if you leave the… Read More
The refrigerator is a heat pump, taking heat from the inside and discharging it via the coils on the back of the cabinet. The coils lose heat mostly by air circulation. If you restrict the air circulation, the refrigerator will not work as well, since it cannot easily dump the heat it is transferring into the atmosphere. The baseboard heater will be creating hot air. If the hot air circulates behind the refrigerator, then the… Read More
My personal rule is, never put anything hot in a refrigerator. Let is cool first.
When cold and warm air meet it makes moisture so the moisture is around the can since the inside is full of water.
Condensation, just like your iced tea glass sweats because it is cold on the inside and the weather is hot on the outside. Humidity supplies the moisture for the reaction. Answer 2: Air from the kitchen, or wherever the unit is located, gets trapped inside the refrigerator. The cooler air inside condenses the moisture within the hotter outside air; the resulting moisture attaches itself to the interior walls of the refrigerator. This happens more often… Read More
No, the hot milk should NOT spoiled if you keep in refrigerator.
condensation inside a refrigerator
It should be clean and free of air flow restrictions to work properly It will be noticably warm as this is where the refrigerator puts all the heat from inside.
No. It is adviseable to cool it at room temperature before putting it in the refrigerator.However if you put a hot turkey in a refrigerator it will use up more energy /cooling in the refrigerator.
It is better to only put hot food into a fridge after it has cooled. A lot of hot food would alter the coolness inside the fridge and cause the motor to start running when it didn't really need to.
you need to turn down the temperature of the fridge.
You can rise the rolls in the refrigerator by putting them inside for about 12 hours to cool.
Because the refrigerator is too cold and the mouse really does not have an easy way to get inside. And I would assume that if the mouse did get inside the refrigerator, it would not have to be asked to eat some cheese.
Water expands when it becomes ice.So the glass will break if you put a glass of water inside the refrigerator. I put glasses of water inside my refrigerator all the time.It keeps it cold. If your glass is freezing and breaking you need to check your temp setting.
Disinfecting a refrigerator is very easy. You will need hot soapy water and a cleaner such as Lysol. Simply wash the refrigerator with the cleaning solution and dry.
That's precisely what a refrigerator does - cool food inside it. If it doesn't do that, it is either not plugged into the electrical network, or it isn't working and needs a repair.
If it is a magnet, then it can still attract to a refrigerator. If it is a lump of hot metal or hot ceramic, then only gravity will provide attraction. The curie temperature describes when it goes from being a magnet to being a lump.
Hot Point Refrigerator CSX20E manufactured Circa 1995
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It probably means it was very cold inside
That is where the condenser coil is. The condenser coil is supposed to be hot. Be sure to keep it clean so it functions optimally. A fridge works by taking heat from the food inside, and pumping it out to the radiator panel outside. Logically, the panel will need to disperse/spread the heat to the outside environment, making it quite hot.
Because the temperature inside the refrigerator is colder than the temperature outside
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Very hot food items should not be kept in the refrigerator because they may cool off too quickly and cause condensation. Allow the item to cool to room temperature first before putting it in the refrigerator.
Condensation is when a vapor turns into a liquid. That is why you see water droplets on or inside of items in a refrigerator. For instance, take droplets inside a jug of milk. While the milk is sitting out, some of the water content in it evaporates inside the container but does not leave since the lid is on. Then you sit in inside the refrigerator. That vapor turns back into water because the refrigerator… Read More
It is not recommended to put hot water in a refrigerator. After freezing water become ice with a temperature down to -18 0C in a home refrigerator.
You can put hot things in the refrigerator. But the main job of the refrigerator is to "refrigerate" ... take heat away from hot things and make them cold. So the hot thing that you put in there won't stay hot, unless it's in an insulated container. Otherwise, it'll turn into a cold thing.
it will get cold.
The amount of usable space inside it.
it depends on what you have it set on
The seal around the door is bad. When the refrigerator doesn't have a complete seal around the door it allows ambient air to get in. When the compressor runs to the temp average inside, it actually is vacuuming slightly inside the unit and exhaling. Means it is pulling outside air in through the door seal. Moisture in the air condenses inside the refrigerator and puddles on the bottom.
Gnats can live in refrigerators that do not work. However, they can't live inside a cold working refrigerator.
what happens is that all the heat is taken out of the refrigerator, leaving it cool on the inside and warm on the outside.
Add the cubic foot measurement of the refrigerator interior to the cubic foot measurement of the freezer interior.
You certainly will find yourself going to the refrigerator for a cold drink on a hot day. This is your body's way of trying to cool down.
It isn't always, but the advantage of putting it there is that heat (hot air) rises. You'ld rather not have that hot air heating up the body of the refrigerator.
Yes you can, the outside of the fridge will get hot but the inside will stay cold. It's like having a fridge out side by the BB-Q during the summer or all year round here in SoCal
Normally, heat moves from a higher temperature to a lower temperature. Devices that use work to move heat are called heat movers. A refrigerator is an example of a heat mover because it takes the heat from inside of the refrigerator and moves it to the outside. The 2nd law of thermodynamics allows this to occur if work is done in the process. A refrigerator does work as it moves the heat from inside the… Read More
Freon is run through copper tubing in a refrigerator chilling the air inside the insulated box that makes up a refrigerator The temperature drops, chilling anything inside.