A refrigerator comprising French-style doors

Çiçek, Mehmet Buğra
Konukseven, Erhan İlhan
Yenigün, Çağrı
Kaya, Metin
Gültekin, Özgün Ataç
The present invention relates to a refrigerator (1) comprising a body (2); at least one fresh food or freezing compartment (3) wherein the food and beverages are placed; a frame (4) that is arranged at the front side of the body (2) and that surrounds the compartment (3); two French-style doors (5) that are supported pivotally on the right and left vertical sides of the frame (4) and that provide access into the compartment (3); more than one door gasket (6) that is mounted all around the inner wall of the doors (5), that presses against the frame (4) when the doors (5) are in the closed position, providing sealing between the outer environment and the compartment (3), and two pillars (8) that are mounted to both doors (5).


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Citation Formats
M. B. Çiçek, E. İ. Konukseven, Ç. Yenigün, M. Kaya, and Ö. A. Gültekin, “A refrigerator comprising French-style doors,” 00, 2019.