EZ Freeze Gas Refrigerators
Welcome to the premier site for Gas Refrigerators powered by Propane Gas or Natural Gas. Featuring the industry leading EZ Freeze brand. An EZ Freeze Refrigerator is completely non-electric requiring only propane or natural gas to cool and freeze food goods. Made in the USA by Amish, EZ Freeze quality is unmatched in the field of household gas refrigeration. All units are individually tested in a hot room environment of at least 100 degrees Fahrenheit to a minimum of 12 hours in duration. Each Propane Fridge is labeled with the test results on the unit and on the packaging box.
All units purchased through Gas-Fridge.com include the free Upgraded Cooling Unit Warranty. Enjoy piece of mind with the 5 year warranty on the Cooling Unit along with a 3 year warranty on the entire unit.
A “Service and Maintenance” DVD is also included free of charge with your purchase. The DVD features, Maintenance, Service, Troubleshooting, and Set-up tricks and tips.
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LP refrigerators are perfect for off grid living in vacation homes or hunting camps. Small enough for remote cabins yet large enough for an entire ranch family. Other uses include natural disaster preparedness such as hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding, or storms that create power outages. Rural living can be as comfortable as living down town with an EZ Freeze.
All EZ Freeze Propane Refrigerators do not have EMF emissions and are silent operating due to the non electric and simple design using no continuous moving parts. The quiet operation of the EZ Freeze Refrigerator will add enjoyment to any peaceful vacation environment. Simply supply the unit with propane or natural gas. No electricity needed.
The absorption unit is a completely sealed system and powered only by the heat of the flame and gravity directing the flow of the coolant through the freezer and then refrigerator compartment. Click here to learn more about how an Absorption Refrigerator works.