Manual defrosting means puddles all over the kitchen floor and the hassle of finding somewhere to store all your food in the meantime – no-one has time for that. We’ll walk you through the different types of frost free tech that you’ll come across in fridge freezers, so you can ditch the defrosting for good.
Static cooling is one of the oldest cooling systems. It means that you will need to manually defrost the freezer and de-ice the fridge compartment on a regular basis.
Low frost means that there will be reduced frost in the freezer but it won’t stop any ice build up in the fridge. You will still need to manually defrost the freezer from time to time.
Frost free refers to the freezer compartment. You won’t need to defrost the freezer although you many still find condensation and moisture build up in the fridge.
This new technology means there is no frost in either the freezer or fridge. It constantly circulates cool air around both compartments preventing any ice build-up on the cabinet walls.
Never defrost your fridge freezer again. Ever. Unlike frost free tech that only works in the freezer, Hisense’s fantastic Total No Frost range can stop ice building in both the fridge and freezer. This means you’ll never have to unload your food and you’ll never have to manually defrost. Think of all the time you’ll get back! You could enjoy a perfectly chilled glass of wine instead…
Get Total No Frost with AEG’s fantastic range of fridge freezers along with TwinTech™ technology that keeps your food deliciously fresher for longer.
Cross defrosting off your list thanks to Samsung’s Total No Frost range. And, their Twin Cooling Plus tech keeps the temperature in both the fridge and freezer consistent for long-lasting food freshness.
Never defrost again with Haier's Total No Frost range. Plus, the special Switch Zone compartment can transform from a fridge to a freezer space, depending on your needs.
Discover Whirlpool's range of fridge freezers with Total No Frost. Plus, their 6th Sense Fresh Control tech maintains the same temperature throughout, so you’ll never lose any cold air, even when you open the fridge.
A feature designed to prevent ice build-up in the freezer so you won’t have to manually defrost.
No. This feature is designed to prevent ice build-up in the freezer so you won’t have to manually defrost.
Total No Frost works throughout both the fridge and freezer compartments, whereas frost free relates to freezer only. Both of these features prevent ice build-up by constantly circulating air, so there’s no need for manual defrosting.
If your fridge freezer is equipped with auto defrost it will automatically activate when it detects excess moisture to prevent ice from forming at the back of the fridge.