Haier seeks partners with mature technologies to supercool foods in residential refrigerators.
Supercooling is the process by which a liquid is cooled below with its freezing point without becoming a solid. In foods, this means that the foodstuff is held below water’s freezing point without ice crystal formation occurring. There have been recent publications that indicate storing foods in a supercooled state may extend their shelf life and reduce energy consumption.
Haier would like to identify mature supercooling technologies that can incorporated with little or no development work into existing refrigerator lines.
Conceptual or early stage solutions are not of interest.
Haier is open to all mature approaches that are capable of achieving the performance goals above.
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