Detroit may be known as the Motor City, but cars aren't the only product with a strong history there. Appliance manufacturer Kelvinator was founded there, too, in 1914. Now part of Electrolux, Kelvinator was originally known by another name, but it was soon changed in honor of the British physicist who originated the absolute temperature scale (measured in kelvins). If your home has a Kelvinator appliance, it is likely a model in their refrigeration lines, which include refrigerators as well as upright and chest freezers. The company is also known for its dishwashers and ranges/cooktops. Whether you need to replace a damaged refrigerator door handle, an unsightly or cracked cooktop drip pan, or a failed dishwasher water inlet valve, we carry the Kelvinator part you need.