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Synonyms for defrost

thaw

Antonyms

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

Synonyms for defrost

make or become free of frost or ice

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Despite the large number of studies on the performance of ASHPs, defrosting necessarily causes the periodic interruption of outdoor heating and degradation in winter heating efficiency.
The water tank, being also connected to the water evaporator, is now the heat source of the heat pump cycle and the air evaporator is free for defrosting.
Method: Recognising the potential hazards of further glacial growth, Comber commenced a defrosting procedure at 10.
Manchester United player Paul Scholes had his car stolen whilst the engine was on and he was defrosting the windscreen.
Defrosting too often is every bit as bad as not defrosting enough.
Eat leftovers within 24 hours of defrosting and do not refreeze them again.
Yields are increased and drip loss--which is as much as 8% when employing conventional defrosting procedures--can be virtually eliminated.
Making efficiencies in energy and costs continues to be a priority, which is why JBT FoodTech developed the Air Defrost System (ADF), a unique system which guarantees a full 22 hours of running time at full capacity before defrosting.
The incident prompted police to remind drivers not to leave vehicles defrosting unattended.
Simon Jarvis, Swindon AFTER defrosting your freezer, dry the inside wall and then apply a thin layer of glycerine to all the internal surfaces.
By defrosting the coils only when needed, the SDK has reduced the number of defrosts by 35% to 40% in field tests, the company says.
With Christmas six weeks tomorrow, she arrived at my home on Friday morning and spent hours defrosting and cleaning the freezer and fridge in preparation for the festivities.
CAS, in conjunction with a patented defrosting technique, has allowed uni to be harvested at the peak of its flavor, frozen, and transported for storage until Japan's year-end holiday season.
Recently Systemate Numafa launched an improved defrosting system for their spiral freezers, revolutionary for its capability of producing non stop 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
The refrigerator cases and freezers were fast defrosting (middle of summer); I overheard a customer ask the manager if he was going to put on an emergency sale to get rid of the frozen foods before they became totally defrosted and unfit for sale.