Amazing Clay Refrigerator Keeps Food Cool Without Electricity

Amazing Clay Refrigerator Keeps Food Cool Without Electricity

Have you ever heard about a refrigerator made of clay? “That’s just… silly.” “Well, I can't even imagine a clay-made fridge. Is that even possible?” “No, I've never heard of it. How am I even going to cool my food stuff in that kind of refrigerator?” Guys, YES. There is a refrigerator made of clay. And guys, here’s another yes. It can cool your food without the use of electricity. This fridge is figuratively cool, isn't it? Well, it’s obvious that you guys… sorry, I mean it is obvious that WE don't possess much information about clay fridges. Right now, we'll give ourselves the chance to explore more.

Clay refrigerator, also known as pot-in-pot refrigerator or clay pot cooler is an “evaporative cooling refrigeration device which does not use electricity.” *clears throat* Off grid peeps, you better check this out. This type of refrigerator can cool ANY types of substances. So, this is like an all-in-one fridge. *winks* According to Wikipedia, “it uses a porous outer earthenware pot, lined with wet sand, contains an inner pot (which can be glazed to prevent penetration by the liquid) within which the food is placed - the evaporation of the outer liquid draws heat from the inner pot.” What does this refrigerator require? This fridge only needs “a flow of relatively dry air and a source of water.”

If you are skeptic about this device, I want you to know that it has positive impacts from users. As stated in Wikipedia, one of the major benefits of clay refrigerator is that it “increases profits from food sales: As there is no rush to sell food to avoid spoilage, farmers are able to sell their produce on demand and can command higher prices.” Obviously, food business owners are being loved by this fridge. It is also capable of storing vaccines and medicines that would require refrigeration facilities.

Now that you know about clay refrigerators, click Off Grid World website below and let it introduce you to Mitti Cool Refrigerator. *winks*

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