The Freezer Chest Elevating Shelf Storage System is a system and method by which shelving units rise vertically out of a chest style freezer to make accessing freezer contents easier.
Inventor Leighton Klassen of La Salle, MB has created a system and method by which shelving units rise vertically out of a chest style freezer to make accessing freezer contents easier.
Many homes and businesses rely upon chest style freezers in order to store food. They are simple in concept, cost efficient to produce, and are relatively inexpensive to operate. However, these freezers are not without their faults. It is often difficult to locate and remove a certain food item from within the large open confines of the freezer compartment. Over time, smaller food items tend to fall down, and gravitate toward the bottom of the compartment, forcing the user to remove multiple large items just to locate one certain smaller item. While this can be a difficult task for anyone, those who are elderly, disabled, small in stature, or suffering from an injury may find such a task nearly impossible to perform. Additionally, smaller food items can become lost within the freezer, and not be found until past their expiration date. Inventor Klassen has created a means by which all food items contained within a chest style freezer can be located quickly and easily.
This clever new invention maximizes freezer space. It reduces food waste and freezer burn. No bending is required. It is for residential, commercial, and institutional use. The device is easy to manufacture. The use of the Freezer Chest Elevating Shelf Storage System allows for easy access to food within a chest style freezer, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.