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Synonyms for defrost



  • freeze (up)
  • frost
  • ice over or up

Synonyms for defrost

make or become free of frost or ice

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E(t) = averaged total power consumption during one recording interval, determined by averaging the total power consumptions measured at the beginning and at the end of the recording interval Defrost Data.
During a defrost period heat is added to the air, product fixture walls, and evaporator metal; for this reason, the condensing unit must be sized to extract this heat as quickly as possible.
For the conventional electric heating defrost tests, the compressor power was shut off and a 190 W heating element was energized manually.
This new temperature isolation technology features high-insulating foam core panels that eliminate the need for costly panel defrost systems.
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AS temperatures plummet police are warning Teesside drivers not to leave their vehicles to defrost unattended.
Next time you defrost the freezer ice will fall away more easily.
For frozen meat product manufacturers, CFS offers a way to defrost bulk raw materials without purge, thus putting an end to costly drip loss associated with thawing blocks of meat in preparation for further processing.
DRIVERS have had their vehicles stolen after leaving them to defrost and warm up during the cold mornings.
AN 81-YEAR-old man set fire to his house after putting a candle in his fridge to defrost it.
Cold storage controllers are supplied with cyclic defrost or real-time clocks, integrated loggers and auto-adaptive defrost functions.
Remember, it is unsafe to defrost a turkey at room temperature.
The SB22 tempering unit, which is purpose-built for controlled defrost applications, has a cubic capacity of 47.