Aeg RKE73211DM Refrigerator free installation cm.54 h.186 - liters 310 (for rxe75911tm and rxe75411nm)
Numerical model: 923817007
Category: Fridge Type: Single-door Other: Hinges on the right Type of collection: Free-standing Width: 54 cm Height: 186 cm Finishing: Stainless Energetic class: A+ Capacity: 310 l Fridge capacity: 310 l Absorption: 0.10 kW Noisiness: 34 db
This free - standingrefrigerator boasts an extremely largeinterior space to store all your fresh food . Furthermore, its design makes it a real statement of style.
ATTENTION: this RKE73211DM refrigerator must only be used in combination with the AGE72216NM freezer or the SCE72716TM freezer compartment with the addition of the SASKITA6 union kit (see attached accessories). The combination of these codes is to form the models of free-standing American refrigerator side by side codes RXE75411NM (refrigerator + freezer) and RXE75911TM (refrigerator + freezer and wine cabinet). Single use is not possible.
PERFECTLY FRESH FOOD THANKS TO CONTROLLED TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS
DynamicAir technology keeps the temperature uniform throughout the refrigerator, so as to ensure the safe storage of all fresh food.
CHECK ALL SETTINGS, USING THE TOUCH ADVANCED COMMANDS The temperature display with advanced Touch controls allows you to monitor food storage conditions. The controls are so sensitive that you can adjust the settings precisely with just a finger. The display provides feedback on the current temperature as well as on the selected functions.
AN INTENSE AND UNIFORM LIGHT TO ILLUMINATE EVERY CORNER OF YOUR FRIDGE LEDs are certainly the most advanced technology in the field of lighting, which is why AEG has integrated them into this refrigerator. The LED interior lighting produces a brighter light, which shines evenly throughout the space. In addition, LED technology is smaller and more energy efficient, allowing you to have more space inside and pay less salty bills.
OPTIMUM CONSERVATION AREA FOR PERFECT RESULTS Thanks to a maxi extractable drawer that uses telescopic guides and a special internal separator, this refrigerator offers optimal storage conditions.
REACH THE OPTIMUM PRESERVATION TEMPERATURE QUICKLY THANKS TO THIS REFRIGERATOR When food is placed in the refrigerator, not only does it take time to go down to the desired temperature, but for a few moments it may even increase in temperature, going to affect other products. The Coolmatic function avoids the occurrence of this phenomenon by lowering the temperature of the refrigerator for some time after the refrigerator has been refilled, to shut itself off automatically.
SPECIFICATIONS All stainless steel with anti-fingerprint treatment (frame and handle) Door opening to the right Electronic temperature control Telescopic vegetable drawer Dimensions (AxLxP): mm. 1855x540x583
PERFORMANCES Net capacity refrigerator compartment: 310 Noise emission - dB (A) re 1pW: 34
POWER Energy efficiency class: A + Energy consumption (kWh / year): 139 Climate class: SN-N-ST-T Maximum absorbed power (W): 100 Voltage (V): 230-240
Today it might seem incredible, but in the past the artistic merits and the aesthetic sense had little importance in industrial production. For mass-produced products, there was no harmony between form and function. At least it was so until 1907, when AEG commissioned a farsighted German architect as an artistic consultant. The professor. Peter Behrens was a Renaissance man in the true sense of the word. He was able to easily switch from one discipline to another: painting, graphic design, architecture and furniture design. When he joined AEG, he brought with him a simple but effective design philosophy that became the permanent hallmark of the company and its products.
All new product designs are possible thanks to the knowledge and experience of a long history. In 1907, Peter Behrens published "Art in Technology", ie the concept behind the philosophy of "perfection of form and function". He was called by AEG to become the first industrial designer in the world, and famous names such as Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier collaborated with him. In 1953, Peter Sieber founded the first internal design office of AEG in Frankfurt.
Today we are surrounded by strong and easily recognizable brands. It was not like that once. It was thanks to Behrens creativity that the concept of "corporate identity" was created for the first time. Product design was emerging, and corporate design became a fundamental element of the philosophy of an industrial company and its brands. The different model that Behrens brought to AEG and the idea that German industrial design was a whole was based on the concept of the development of domestic appliances taking into consideration the appearance and specific function of this object. He changed the form of functional objects in a way that can still be observed today in the innovative principles developed by the major designers of AEG.
The products are designed for the twenty-first century, drawing inspiration from a leading figure in German history and AEG: Peter Behrens, the founder of industrial design and spiritual father of today's AEG design team.