QINGDAO, China, Jan. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In January 2017, Casarte, a global high-end home appliances brand, its new product -- the Six-Door Wall-Embedded Refrigerator received the World's Leading Technology for Maintaining the Freshness of Food at a Cellular Level Award presented by WTgreen. This is the first award WTgreen has presented in 2017.
WTgreen is an organization under the aegis of the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA). Since the 1990s, WTgreen has served as a consultant to UNESCO and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). Its professional and authoritative services have received high praise from the United Nations and many countries including the United States, Japan, China and South Korea. The organization, with a focus on the adoption of environmentally-responsible and healthy practices, has selected award winners in accordance with a set of strict criteria. As a non-profit organization that is dedicated to environmental protection globally, WTgreen rarely gave awards to companies. To date, only a handful of companies, among them Mercedes Benz, Lotus and Unilever, have received awards from the organization.
This year, Casarte is among the brands that have won the recognition from WTgreen. The new refrigerator features infrared thermostatic technology, which enables instantaneous cooling in 0.1 seconds, avoiding excessive temperature fluctuations within the unit and providing a space where the freshness of the contents can be maintained down to the cellular level. In addition, the refrigerator is the first of its kind to come equipped with dual-way purification and sterilization, achieving an effective sterilization rate of 99.99%. William L. Mills, a judge at WTgreen who has served as a consultant to 15 international government organizations, said that by keeping the food fresh, one is able to maintain the moisture and nutrients resident in every animal or plant cell of the food being stored. Casarte is at the forefront of cellular-level freshness maintenance technologies. Glenn G. Wattley, another judge at WTgreen and a consultant for the U.S. President's Advisory Commission, also noted that Casarte's global first cellular-level freshness-maintaining technology is another important technological invention in the history of the refrigerator, and provides an impetus for further innovations across the global refrigerator industry.
Being able to keep food fresh at a cellular level represents a further advancement in freshness maintenance technologies and is expected to point the way in terms of the next stage of development for the industry. The Casarte Six-Door Wall-Embedded Refrigerator rightfully deserves the World's Leading Technology for Maintaining the Freshness of Food at a Cellular Level Award.
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