Presentation on theme: "Keeps stuff cool!. About the Inventor Carl Paul Gottfried von Linde was 29 when he invented the refrigerator. He was born in Munich, Germany."— Presentation transcript:
Keeps stuff cool!
About the Inventor Carl Paul Gottfried von Linde was 29 when he invented the refrigerator. He was born in Munich, Germany.
Important Facts The refrigerator was invented in 1876. Carl Paul Gottfried von Linde was the inventor of the refrigerator The first refrigerator was made in Munich, Germany.
Refrigerator is Becoming more Popular In 1955 there were refrigerators in 80% of American homes. In 2005 there were refrigerators in 99.5% of American homes.
Refrigerators are lots of different prices The least expensive price for a refrigerator in 2011 was $206.99. The most expensive price for a refrigerator in 2011 was $13,800.00.
Facts In 1931 the first air cooled refrigerator was invented to keep stuff cool so that food would not rot. A refrigerator uses chemicals instead of water to keep stuff cool. In 1880 a carbonic acid compression machine was made.
More Facts The refrigerator replaced the icebox. In 1920 there were 200 different refrigerator models on the market. In 1947 GE two door refrigerators were made.