A to Z Appliance

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    Admiral

    Admiral is an American appliance brand currently manufactured by Whirlpool Corporation. The brand is sold at The Home Depot. Ross Siragusa founded Continental Radio and Television Corp. as a maker of consumer electronics (radios and phonographs) in Chicago during 1934. This later became Admiral Corp. Its annual sales were about $2 million. Admiral supplied the U.S. military with electronic equipment during World War II, and was one of the major television manufacturers in the early era of that medium. In 1950, for instance, Admiral was selling a line of seven TV sets, with four models having a 12.5 in (32 cm) tube size.

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    Amana

    In 1947, Amana manufactured the first upright freezer for the home, and in 1949 it added a side-by-side refrigerator/freezer. In 1950, the company was sold to a group of investors including its founder, and became Amana Refrigeration, Inc. In 1954, it began making air conditioners. Amana was acquired in 1965 by Raytheon, which had invented the microwave oven in 1947, and introduced the commercial Radarange Model 1611 in 1954. In 1967 Amana introduced a consumer model of the Radarange, the first popular microwave designed for home use.

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    Avanti

    Avanti's reputation has been built by providing quality products at a great value. We are well known for our Compact Refrigerators for the home, office and dormitory. If you had one in your college dorm, chances are that it was an Avanti! In addition to dormitories, Avanti Compact Refrigerators have become very popular with hotel chains nationwide, as in-room refrigerators and refreshment centers.A leader in the Consumer Appliance Industry for over 39 years. Specializes in Compact to Apartment-Sized Refrigerators; Upright and Chest Freezers; Wine Chillers; Beverage Coolers; Microwave Ovens.

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    ASKO

    In 1950, an enterprising young Swedish farmer named Karl-Erik Andersson set out to build his mother a different kind of washer. A unique, energy- and water-efficient machine that would reflect a farmer's love and respect for nature. One with superior cleaning power and reliability that could heat water, spin, and even boast durable, state-of-the-art, stainless steel drums. A washing machine like no other. So the young farmer built his amazing washer, surpassing even his meticulous mother's high standards. Indeed, the results were so extraordinary, he was convinced to share his creation with others.

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    Bertazzoni

    Bertazzoni-Italia is a fifth-generation, family-owned Italian manufacturer of kitchen products. The company’s products include free-standing ranges, built-in cooktops, ventilation hoods and other design-coordinated accessories. Bertazzoni products were available first in Italy in 1882 and are now sold internationally in more than 60 countries. The Bertazzoni name first became well known in Italy as a producer of wood-burning cooking stoves early in the last century. Francesco Bertazzoni and his son Antonio began manufacturing wood-burning stoves for local use and in very small quantities in their hometown of Guastalla.

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    Beverage-Air

    Founded in 1944 by Herman Buffington, Beverage-Air® is a leading manufacturer of commercial refrigeration equipment for the food service and beverage industries. From the time our founder invented the first horizontal bottle cooler more than 60 years ago, Beverage-Air® has been synonymous with innovative, high-quality refrigeration products that set the standard for the industry. Throughout its history, Beverage-Air® has remained at the forefront of the food service and beverage industries. At the core of our business is a firm commitment to our customers, the industry and the environment.

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    Bosch

    BOSCH is the largest manufacturer of home appliances in Europe and one of the leading companies in the sector worldwide. The group stemmed from a joint venture set up in 1967 between Robert Bosch GmbH (Stuttgart) and Siemens AG (Munich) and posted annual sales of 9,073 million Euros (13,000 million US Dollars)- in the year 2010. Today, BSH operates 41 factories in 13 countries in Europe, the USA, Latin America and Asia. Together with a global network of sales and customer service firms, the BSH conglomerate today is made up of about 70 companies in 46 countries, with a total workforce of close to 43,000 people.

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    Caloric

    Caloric Corporation began as the Klein Stove Company in Philadelphia in 1890. The Caloric brand was introduced in 1903. It was reorganized in 1946 as the Caloric Stove Company in Topton, Pennsylvania. The company was renamed Caloric Appliance Corp. in 1954 and became famous for offering a complete package of kitchen appliances in the 1950s and 1960s. Its most popular product was their built-in wall oven. In 1967, it was acquired by Raytheon Corporation which also owned Amana refrigerators and Speed Queen laundry products. By the early 1990s, Caloric was absorbed into Amana and the Caloric brand was phased out.

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    Dacor

    Dacor is a California-based, family-owned, privately held company, that designs, manufactures and distributes kitchen appliances. Dacor specializes in cooking appliances such as ranges, wall ovens, cooktops, microwaves, refrigerators, dishwashers, and ventilation systems. It was started in 1965 and has been continuously owned and run by three generations of the Joseph family.Dacor was founded in 1965 by Stanley M. Joseph. In 1989 he was inducted into the National Kitchen & Bath Association Hall of Fame. His sons, Michael and Anthony Joseph were also inducted into the NKBA in 2004.Stephen Anthony Joseph became president in September, 2011

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    Danby

    Danby was founded in 1947, as a family owned manufacturer of small electrical appliances. Danby opened its U.S. home office in Findlay, Ohio in 1992 as business expanded across North America. 2012 marks its 65th anniversary as they continue to bring to market innovative products that fit the lifestyle of today's consumers. Danby’s reputation as a leader in serving the appliance market has been achieved by producing innovative, quality products at competitive pricing. Our products are marketed under seven brand names: Danby®, Danby Designer®, Danby Diplomat®, Danby Premiere®, Simplicity®, Arcticaire®, and Danby Silhouette®

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    DCS

    DCS was founded in 1989 by the leading appliance engineers and designers in the country. We first pioneered the high-end, commercial-quality, drop-in cooktop. Next we focused our innovative thinking on creating a whole new phenomenon - commercial-quality, outdoor gas barbecues. DCS soon emerged as the leading provider of professional outdoor grills. Leveraging our expertise in high end cooking equipment, DCS entered the commercial cooking market with high-performance, heavy-duty ranges, convection ovens, broilers, griddles, and countertops for the foodservice industry.

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    Electrolux

    AB Electrolux (commonly known as Electrolux) is a Swedish multinational home appliance manufacturer headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. It is the world's second-largest home appliance maker as of 2010 (after Whirlpool). Its products sell under a variety of brand names including its own and are primarily major appliances and vacuum cleaners. The company also makes appliances for professional use. Forbes Magazine says Electrolux is one of the top 5 companies in consumer durable goods, worldwide, and named it to its list of 130 Global High Performers in 2010. Electrolux has a primary listing on the Stockholm Stock Exchange.

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    Fisher&Paykel

    Fisher & Paykel is a major appliance manufacturing company based in East Tamaki, New Zealand. Originally an importer of domestic refrigerators, Fisher & Paykel now holds over 420 patents and bases its identity on innovative design, particularly in the areas of usability and environmental awareness. The company's trademarked appliances include Active Smart refrigerators, AeroTech ovens, DishDrawer dishwashers, Smart Drive washing machines and Smartload top loading dryers. The company also manufactures gas and electric cooktops and top loading dryers.

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    Frigidaire

    Frigidaire is a brand of consumer and commercial appliances. Frigidaire was founded as the Guardian Frigerator Company in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and developed the first self-contained refrigerator (invented by Nathaniel B. Wales and Alfred Mellowes) in 1916. In 1918, William C. Durant, a founder of General Motors, personally invested in the company and in 1919, it adopted the name Frigidaire. The brand was so well known in the refrigeration field in the early 20th century that many Americans called any refrigerator, whatever its brand, a "Frigidaire." The name Frigidaire or the earlier version, Frigerator, may be the actual origin of the slang term "fridge."

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    Gaggenau

    Gaggenau Kitchen Appliances is a German manufacturer of high-end home appliances. Gaggenau has been a subsidiary of BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgerate GmbH in Munich since 1995. Under the brand name Gaggenau the Gaggenau company and BSH manufacture the following products. Ovens, Combi-steam ovens, Warming drawers, Microwaves, Coffee machines, Cooktops, Ventilation appliances, Cooling appliances, Wine cabinets, Dishwashers. Gaggenau appliances stand for quality, functionality, longevity, and retention of value.

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    GE and GE Monogram

    General Electric Company, is an American multinational conglomerate corporation incorporated in Schenectady, New York and headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut, United States. The company operates through four segments: Energy, Technology Infrastructure, Capital Finance and Consumer Industrial. In 1911 the National Electric Lamp Association (NELA) was absorbed into General Electric's existing lighting business. GE then established its lighting division headquarters at Nela Park in East Cleveland, Ohio. Nela Park is still the headquarters for GE's lighting business. In 1935, GE was one of the top 30 companies traded at the London Stock Exchange.

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    Hotpoint

    The Hotpoint Electric Heating Company (generally known simply as Hotpoint) is a British brand of domestic appliances. The brand is currently fully owned by Italy's Indesit. There is also a Hotpoint brand in North America owned by General Electric, which manufactures similar appliances but is now unrelated to Hotpoint in Europe. From 1989-2008, Hotpoint in the UK was 50% owned by GE of the USA. Hotpoint was formed in 1911 in California (moving to Britain in 1920), and it is well known for its refrigerators and washing machines. The company, including Creda and Indesit, produces the largest amount of kitchen appliances in the UK.

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    Jenn-Air

    The original Jenn-Air Products Company was founded by Louis J. Jenn in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1947, later becoming simply Jenn-Air. In the early years, the company was focused on manufacturing and marketing of industrial fans for use in a variety of commercial and industrial applications. In 1961, Jenn-Air's integration of one of these fans to a cook-top range lead to the invention of the first self-ventilated downdraft range. The company expanded its product line to include many other kitchen appliances including microwave ovens, refrigerators, dishwashers, and small appliances such as mixers and blenders.

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    Kitchen Aid

    KitchenAid is a home appliance brand owned by Whirlpool Corporation. The company was started in 1919 by The Hobart Corporation to produce stand mixers; the "H-5" was the first model introduced. The company faced stiff competition as rivals moved into this emerging market, and introduced its trademarked silhouette in the 1930s with the model "K", the work of designer Egmont Arens. The brand's stand mixers have changed little in design since, and attachments from the model "K" onwards are compatible with the modern machines. Dishwashers were the second product line to be introduced, in 1949.

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    KENMORE

    Kenmore Appliances is a line of household appliances produced by a variety of manufacturers such as Whirlpool Corp, GE, Panasonic, LG, Bosch, Electrolux, and Mabe Mexico, and controlled by Sears Holdings Corporation; the brand is owned by KCD IP, LLC, a special purpose entity created by Sears Holdings for securitization purposes. The brand is sold at all Sears Holdings stores including, Sears, Orchard Supply Hardware, The Great Indoors and, since 2005, at Kmart. The first Kenmore branded product was a washing machine marketed in 1927. The first Kenmore vacuum cleaners were sold in 1932.

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    La Cornue

    La Cornue is a French oven and cooking range manufacturer, founded in 1908 by Albert Dupuy, a Parisian herbalist and perfumer. It currently produces three ranges of oven, Château, CornuFé and CornuChef ovens. Dupuy founded La Cornue in order to create ovens that used a new type of natural gas being used in Paris. By taking advantage of the circulation of hot air within the oven, he was able to create a much more effective oven than the others at the time. This first oven was called Rôtisseuse-Pâtissiere La Cornue (La Cornue Roast and Pastry cook). In the 1950s, Albert Dupuy was succeeded by André Dupuy and the company was modernised.

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    Lacanche

    The story of cuisinière, or kitchen ranges, would not be complete without mentioning a small, family-owned company in the rural village of Lacanche, France. For it is here, in the Côte d’Or district of Burgundy, that some of the world’s premiere kitchen ranges have been designed and hand-crafted for more than two centuries. High-performance gas ranges have been the passion of Art Culinaire staff since 1987. We are self-described students of French gastronomy, simply defined as "the art or science of good eating". Our primary mission involves pairing world-class culinary equipment with unmatched technical support. If our altruistic efforts help inspire a revival of family meal.

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    LG

    The company was originally established in 1958 as GoldStar, producing radios, TVs, refrigerators, washing machines, and air conditioners. The LG Group was formed through the merger of two Korean companies, Lucky and GoldStar, from which the abbreviation of LG was derived. The current "Life's Good" slogan is a backronym. Before the corporate name change to LG, household products were sold under the brand name of Lucky, while electronic products were sold under the brand name of GoldStar. LG's Home Appliances division manufactures refrigerators, washing machines, microwave ovens, and more

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    Magic Chef

    Magic Chef, Inc. (formerly the American Stove Company) is an appliance brand owned by CNA International Inc. In the 1850s, a immigrant to the United States John Ringen began a tinshop in St. Louis, Missouri. His business prospered and in 1870, he took in a partner, George August Kahle, who had immigrated to America in 1867. The business sold housewares, washing machines, and cooking stoves they called "quick meals". In 1881, George Kahle persuaded his brothers-in-law, Charles and Louis Stockstrom to set up a shop to make stoves. These four principals then organized two corporations, the Ringen Stove Company and the Quick Meal Stove Company.

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    Marvel

    For over 70 years, Marvel has been committed to enhancing the lifestyle of its customers. Today, with its unparalleled line of luxury undercounter refrigeration products, Marvel is an industry leader in style, design and sheer range of choices for the discriminating homeowner. As part of the world-renowned Aga Rangemaster Group, Marvel’s commitment to its customers is assured by a global leader in luxury living. Marvel was founded in 1932, when the company began creating undercounter ice boxes. Electric refrigeration soon followed and with that, a new product category was born.

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    Maytag

    Maytag Corporation was an American home and commercial appliance company headquartered in Newton, Iowa. It is now a division of the Whirlpool Corporation. The Maytag Washing Machine Company was founded in 1893 by businessman Frederick Maytag. In 1925, the Maytag Washing Machine Company became Maytag, Inc. During the Great Depression of the 1930s, the company was one of the few to actually make a profit in successive years. In 1938, Maytag provoked strikes by the company's workers because of a 10% pay cut. The company was able to beat the strike because of the intervention of four military companies.

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    Miele

    Miele is a manufacturer of high-end domestic appliances, commercial equipment and fitted kitchens. Miele's first products were a cream separator, butter churn, and tub washing machine, under the Meteor brand. The Míele trademark was used very early on and appeared consistently on all machines, nameplates, printed materials and advertising produced by the company. From the mid-1920s, great importance was attached to the trademark of a sloping dash as the dot on the "i". The trademark has remained unchanged apart from three minor "face-lifts" to reflect contemporary tastes.

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    GE and GE Monogram

    General Electric Company, is an American multinational conglomerate corporation incorporated in Schenectady, New York and headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut, United States. The company operates through four segments: Energy, Technology Infrastructure, Capital Finance and Consumer Industrial. In 1911 the National Electric Lamp Association (NELA) was absorbed into General Electric's existing lighting business. GE then established its lighting division headquarters at Nela Park in East Cleveland, Ohio. Nela Park is still the headquarters for GE's lighting business. In 1935, GE was one of the top 30 companies traded at the London Stock Exchange.

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    Roper

    Whirlpool Corporation is an American multinational manufacturer and marketer of home appliances headquartered in Benton Charter Township, Michigan, United States, near Benton Harbor, Michigan. The company is listed in Fortune 500 and has annual revenue of approximately $18.4 billion, more than 70,000 employees, and more than 70 manufacturing and technology research centers around the world. The company markets Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Gladiator GarageWorks, Inglis, Estate, Brastemp, Bauknecht and Consul.

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    Samsung

    Samsung Electric Industries was established as a subsidiary of Samsung Group in 1969 in Suwon, South Korea. Its early products were electronic and electrical appliances including televisions, calculators, refrigerators, air conditioners and washing machines. In 1970, Samsung Group established another subsidiary, Samsung-NEC, jointly with Japan's NEC Corporation to manufacture home appliances and audiovisual devices. In 1974, the group expanded into the semiconductor business by acquiring Korea Semiconductor, one of the first chip-making facilities in the country at the time.

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    Scotsman

    Scotsman Ice systems introduced a crystal-clear, mineral-free and slow-melting ice cube in 1950, which changed ice machines and beverages forever. And Scotsman has been on the cutting edge of ice machine innovation ever since. Scotsman offers not only the broadest line of ice machines but also the most energy efficient, with over 60 machines carrying the EPA ENERGY STAR® qualification. Our proven Prodigy® system is the standard on which Scotsman has developed its latest and most efficient line ever: Prodigy Advanced Sustainability™, which includes cube, flake and nugget ice machines.

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    Sub-Zero

    Sub-Zero manufactures two series of built-in refrigeration as well as wine storage and undercounter units. Each refrigerator model usually comes in two variations, namely a stainless steel exterior or a customizable exterior in an overlay version. The latter option allows the buyer to install kitchen cabinet panels on the door(s) to match with the rest of the kitchen. Its refrigerators are designed with a 24-inch (61 cm) depth and can be installed flush with kitchen cabinets of the same standard depth to provide an integrated look. This kind of built-in refrigerator is usually wider than normal to compensate for the shallower depth in order to maintain acceptable volume.

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    Summit

    Felix Storch, Inc. was founded in 1969 and has been a leading supplier of compact, specialty, commercial, and medical refrigerators and freezers ever since. In our first year, we trademarked the SUMMIT® brand name to guarantee quality at the highest level. We began our distribution in Long Island City, New York, before moving to the Bronx in 1983, where our headquarters are now located at 770 Garrison Avenue. Due to continued growth, we recently acquired a state-of-the-art warehouse facility in Edison, New Jersey, bringing our total property for product development, manufacturing, and warehousing to over 200,000 square feet.

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    Tappan

    Tappan appliances was founded by W.J. Tappan as the Ohio Valley Foundry Company in Bellaire, Ohio in 1881 selling cast-iron stoves door-to-door. The company relocated to Mansfield, Ohio in 1889 and was renamed the Eclipse Stove Company before being renamed the Tappan Stove Company. In 1950, Tappan acquired the Los Angeles-based O'Keefe & Merritt Stove Company and used the O'Keefe & Merritt name primarily in the West Coast of America from 1950 to the late 1980's. It was acquired by Electrolux in 1979.

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    Thermador

    Thermador is part of BSH Home Appliances Corporation, a fully owned subsidiary of BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH, the third largest appliance manufacturer in the world.[1] The Thermador brand specialize in cooking appliance equipment such as ovens, ranges, cooktops, refrigerators, and dishwashers. Thermador competes with products made by Sub-Zero Refrigerator, Viking Range, Dacor, GE Monogram, KitchenAid and Miele. Thermador was founded in 1916 by William E. Cranston, and began as a manufacturer of electric items, most notably portable and built-in heaters.

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    Traulsen

    Traulsen has long been known as the premier name in refrigeration for the foodservice market. That reputation is grounded in a long history of delivering products designed and built to the highest possible standards of performance, quality and durability in the industry—standards for innovation and value set by our founder, Harry Traulsen. Traulsen began Traulsen & Company in Queens, New York, in 1938 as a producer of bakery fixtures, with a small product line that included refrigerated showcases. Commercial refrigeration soon became the primary focus of the small company.

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    True

    For more than 65 years, True® has been a leader in commercial refrigeration. No other refrigeration company has the reputation for being the industry’s best when it comes to superior quality and service. And while our reputation for quality reaches across the globe, all of our products are proudly made in the USA. Respected by the culinary world, True’s unmatched performance is proven — our products are carried in some of the most prestigious restaurants and hotels around the world. And now, we are pleased to bring this performance to you — crafting products of the same quality that the world’s best chefs demand in their kitchens for your home.

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    U-Line

    U-Line Corporation is a North American manufacturer of upscale undercounter refrigeration products, primarily intended for residential use. U-Line was founded in 1962 by Henry Uihlein who was the first to patent and bring to market an automatic stand-alone undercounter residential ice maker. Based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U-Line has since introduced several other undercounter "firsts," including the first combination refrigerator/ice maker (1971), the first portable ice maker (1971), the first 12v DC marine/mobile ice maker (1983), and the first residential wine refrigeration system (1985).

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    Viking

    Viking Range Corporation is a privately held company that manufactures ultra high-end professional kitchen appliances for home use. Viking originated the "professional" segment of kitchen appliances with its introduction of the first professional-grade range for home use in 1987. Today the company offers three complete lines of premium appliances including cooking, ventilation, kitchen clean-up and refrigeration, as well as various outdoor appliances. In addition to their "Professional" and less expensive "Designer" series, Viking's latest offering is their new "Commercial" line of kitchen appliances for use in restaurant and other commercial kitchens.

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    Vinotemp

    Vinotemp International, a leader in the wine storage industry, has been building premium wine cabinets for over 20 years. Vinotemp is a full-service manufacturer of custom wood wine cabinets and racking, Wine-Mate cooling systems, and a distributor of quality metal wine cellars. We specialize in all aspects of the wine storage industry with an emphasis on customization. Since 1985, we have sold over 250,000 wine cellars in the U.S. and overseas.

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    Wedgewood

    Wedgewood stoves were first manufactured In 1919, when James Graham opened the first Wedgewood factory in Newark, California (which is in Alameda County) on land donated by Senator James Fair. Born in Ontario, Canada, Graham moved to the California in 1882 and worked to make his company viable in a region with relatively little transportation compared to the East Coast. His factory was at the terminal of a narrow gauge railroad--which he reportedly worked on himself to keep pertinent exports and imports moving--which made the success of Wedgewood stoves possible. In the early days, Wedgewood stoves burned wood or coal.

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    Whirlpool

    Whirlpool Corporation is an American multinational manufacturer and marketer of home appliances headquartered in Benton Charter Township, Michigan, United States, near Benton Harbor, Michigan. The company is listed in Fortune 500 and has annual revenue of approximately $18.4 billion, more than 70,000 employees, and more than 70 manufacturing and technology research centers around the world. The company markets Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Gladiator GarageWorks, Inglis, Estate, Brastemp, Bauknecht and Consul.

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    Wolf

    Wolf Appliance Inc., Sub-Zero's kitchen soulmate and corporate companion, expanded the few products acquired from Wolf Range Corporation. It now sells a full array of domestic cooking appliances from kitchen stoves, cooktops, wall ovens, warming drawers and ventilation equipment. The company's products compete with those made by Viking, Dacor, Thermador, GE Monogram, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air and Miele. The Sub-Zero Freezer Company was founded in 1945, by Westye F. Bakke in Madison, Wisconsin. Westye Bakke is survived by his daughter Elaine. In 2000, they acquired the domestic appliance line of the Wolf Range Corporation.