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Indel B

Indel B was born as the commercial exploitation of the invention of the semi-hermetic compressors generating cold temperatures in small spaces. The company began producing small 12/24V refrigerators that – powered by direct current – could operate while in movement, making them perfect for use on boats and vehicles and during leisure activities.
Precisely for the flexibility of its products, in 1982 Indel B was selected by NASA to create a refrigerator to be used on board of the Space Shuttle Columbia: it was the only company whose products could work in a weightless environment, where rotation of 360 degrees is normal. This was a milestone: Indel B became known throughout the world.

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