New design espouses convenience and style
MADISON, Wis. (January 31, 2012) – More than 65 years ago, Sub-Zero Inc. opened the door to exceptional design and product innovation in refrigeration. This year it will open two more doors with the introduction of the industry leader's new French door model. Available in third quarter 2012, the new product configuration allows for greater design flexibility and accessibility throughout the kitchen.
An extension to Sub-Zero's built-in line, the French door model is 36" with two 18" refrigerator doors and a pullout freezer below. Based on a pivoting center mullion, each door's independent seal design preserves the perfect internal temperature for optimum food freshness.
"Founded on the principle of flexible design, Sub-Zero continually strives to create products that expand conventional configuration options," said Michele Bedard, vice president of marketing for Sub-Zero and Wolf. "The addition of the French door line also emphasizes Sub-Zero's commitment to consumer needs and product advancement."
The French door model includes a dual-compressor operating system that separately controls the temperature and humidity of the refrigerator and freezer compartments. In addition, an air-purification system decreases airborne bacteria and odors, as well as ethylene gas, which can cause premature ripening on certain foods.
Similar to rest of the built-in line, the 36" French door is available as a stainless model with tubular or pro handles or as an overlay model that can be flush inset with custom panels.
A third-generation family-owned company, Sub-Zero, Inc. products are manufactured in the United States using only premium-quality materials that are proven to stand the test of time.