West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) March 7, 2007
Invention Support has signed a strategic alliance with Paul Kuhn, the inventor of the new device known as the "Freezer Alarm", to offer support for this great new invention and to proudly introduce it into the general kitchen accessories market.
The basic idea behind the Freezer Alarm is to give a warning if the freezer has started to malfunction. Oftentimes, people keep a secondary freezer in their basement or garage to store large quantities of meat. These freezers can malfunction such that the owner may not know that the freezer has stopped working. Hundreds of dollars worth of meat will often be lost due to a simple circumstance that could have been avoided. With the Freezer Alarm, this situation would never have to happen again.
The idea for a Freezer Alarm invention is definitely a good one considering today's market. From smoke detectors to automobiles, audible signal devices have become a part of our everyday life. Some of the uses of these devices are innocuous such as in a microwave oven. However, in some applications such as in a smoke detector or medical equipment, a person's life may depend upon the audible warning sound.
The alarm and alarm service industry is a growing and profitable $17 billion industry. In terms of the freezer market, potential also looks very good. With the refrigerator market set to witness a turnaround in its growth in the current year, competition has become more rational and the market gradually matured. There were more technical elements in the refrigerators and the high-end market looked promising. This became a new focus of competition among enterprises. Another great trend that shows extreme promise for the industry is the upsurge of secondary freezer sales to households all over the US. This year, bottom freezers and secondary freezers represent 16 percent of the market and growing, according to GE estimates.
On average, consumers use the cold-storage area more than twice as often as the freezer. Putting the freezer on outside or in the basement means many more advantages. With such a great spike in the market for freezers and alarm systems, it is clear that the idea for a Freezer Alarm is a good one that could enjoy extensive sales success in the near future.
In order that the needs of cooking enthusiasts all over the world can be better served, marketing professionals are now reaching out to those who typically make equipment purchases such as these. With these new considerations in mind, it is likely that the "Freezer Alarm" will soon become a more popular tool around the world. For further information on this great new invention, contact "Jake Way" at info @ inventionsupport.com. And ask about the great new invention known as the "Freezer Alarm".