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When Westye Bakke began experimenting with refrigeration in the 1930s, he was, in part, searching for a reliable way to store insulin—his young son, Bud, needed it to manage his juvenile diabetes.

Westye launched Sub-Zero Freezer Company in 1945, introducing the first system for preserving food at ultra-low temperatures, literally sub-zero. In 1943, Westye built his first freestanding freezer out of scrap metal in his basement, bending the coils by hand.

Westye launched Sub-Zero Freezer Company in 1945, introducing the first system for preserving food at ultra-low temperatures, literally sub-zero. Westye launched Sub-Zero Freezer Company in 1945, introducing the first system for preserving food at ultra-low temperatures—literally sub-zero. The company would quickly establish a reputation for quality and innovation.

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