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Synonyms for de-ice

make or become free of frost or ice

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The only time he used a spray can and scraper was when he was bought a de-icer kit for Christmas once.
NYSE: UTX), has unveiled its new DuraTherm[R] propeller de-icer, the company said.
During cold weather, using de-icers on outside areas like parking lots and sidewalks can reduce slips, trips, and falls.
Goodrich brand de-icers decreases chemical usage through a pre-applied pressure sensitive adhesive on their FASTboot pneumatic de-icers.
The 1990s, then, saw it launch a successful runway de-icer, and today it exports its products to more than 60 countries on five continents.
This seems to be a curious conclusion given that all four workers that tragic morning were not in compliance with safety policies, the evidence was that the deceased worker occasionally did not harness up for the first de-icing, that the pair of de-icers deliberately did not report each other, and the one time that any supervisor admitted to having observed Mr.
However, it is often present in cleaning liquids and it can also be found in aerosol de-icers.
to create a mixed winter pallet display showcasing their Prestone[R] Windshield De-Icer products for Walmart stores.
Machines clean and apply de-icers on the roads to make them passable.
Salt compounds that are commonly used as de-icers can be highly corrosive to nearby plants and soil.
Because it's so large, enough salt, brine and other de-icers can be carried on board to avoid fuel-wasting repeat trips to the depot or having multiple vehicles out on the same stretch of road - even when there is a threat of the dreaded freezing rain and black ice.
Senior vet Chris Wright said yesterday: "Dogs and cats can be attracted to the sweet taste of a chemical called ethylene glycol used in anti-freeze, screen wash and de-icers.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), using de-icers properly can cut down on the amount applied overall and improve road conditions.
In Norway, temperatures dropped so low that conventional de-icers were ineffective.