Phononic in Small Appliances
Compressors don’t belong on countertops. Our solid-state technology enables industrial designers to build cooling solutions for the smallest appliances, from countertop refrigerators to portable freezers.
With solid-state technology, kegerators can be built and designed to meet extreme temperature demands while operating at an ambient noise level.
Countertop ice maker and ice cream maker
Our solid-state technology gets us to freezing temperatures to quickly and quietly create ice and ice cream—all on your countertop.
Our solid-state technology can be used to power portable freezers, such as our Phononic F200 Merchandising Freezer, at hotel checkout counters, hotel minibars, and marketplaces, to name a few.
Commercial freezing and refrigeration
With solid-state technology, commercial spaces have more options to cool in unconventional places—from refrigerated drawers and water coolers in office spaces to countertop freezers in restaurants, bars, hotels, and beyond.
Home of the future
Small appliances powered by solid-state technology transform the home by distributing cooling in small form factors such as kitchen appliances and other household goods.
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Endless Possibilities with Solid-State Technology
Solid-state technology is transforming the way we cool and heat. Rethink what has been designed to keep things cool and hot. Read on to learn more.