## How do you calculate refrigerator volume in Litres?

Multiply the depth times the width times the height, and this will give you the cubic feet. One cubic foot is equivalent to 28.3 liters. So times you cubic feet x 28.3, and that will provide you with your refrigerator’s volume in liters.

**How do you figure out cubic inches of a refrigerator?**

Multiply the numbers together (W x D x H) and divide the total by 1728 to get the cubic feet. For example, if you have a refrigerator that measures 30″ wide by 30″ deep by 48″ high, you multiply 30 X 30 X 48.

### How big is a 18 cubic inch refrigerator?

The Frigidaire Top Freezer Refrigerator (18 Cu Ft) has an overall height of 66.125” (168 cm), width of 30” (76.2 cm), and depth of 32.125” (81.6 cm).

**What is liter capacity of refrigerator?**

The capacity or volume of your fridge describes its total internal space with the shelves and other accoutrements removed, and is typically measured in litres. Imagine a container in the shape of a cube, measuring 10cm by 10cm by 10cm – that’s one litre.

## What is the size of a standard fridge?

Standard refrigerator sizes range from around 24 to 40 inches in width, 62 to 72 inches in height and 29 to 36 inches in depth. Generally speaking, french door and side-by-side refrigerators will be larger in width and height, though counter-depth models are frequently available in these two configurations.

**What size fridge do I need for a family of 3?**

Allow an extra 28.5L for each additional household member, plus freezer space. If in doubt, get the bigger fridge….If in doubt, go bigger.

Household size | Recommended volume | Price range |
---|---|---|

1–2 people | 250–380L (1) | $429–$2399 |

3–4 people | 350–530L | $699–$4799 |

5 or more | 440L+ (2) | $1079–$5500+ |

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