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defrost

[dē′frȯst]
(engineering)
To keep free of ice or to remove ice.
(thermodynamics)
To thaw out from a frozen state.
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A visual observation allows affirming that the air coil is completely defrosted. Then at time 155 s, T1 decreases drastically down to nearly 0 [degrees]C whereas the evolution of temperature T2 shows a less steep decrease.
AS temperatures plummet police are warning Teesside drivers not to leave their vehicles to defrost unattended.
Commercial refrigerated display and storage cabinets normally use one of five defrost methods:
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.
The addition of the snow removal system meant the line could run for 22 hours between defrosts."
THE one visitor nobody wants at Christmas is food poisoning from a poorly defrosted or cooked turkey.
This bespoke Three Zone Spiral system can operate continuously for seven days between defrosts. It is estimated that the new chiller has generated an 80 per cent saving in running costs for the Spanish firm compared to the previous nitrogen system.
He sized two, 7.5-horsepower, outdoor discus aircooled condensing units, with smart controller and smart defrost." Two Bohn three-fan, low-profile, electric defrost evaporators were installed.
The revolutionary defrost systems ensure full visibility by minimizing frost build-up on the door panels.
Thousands of motorists are making it even easier to steal their cars by leaving them unattended with the engine running while they defrost.
DRIVERS have had their vehicles stolen after leaving them to defrost and warm up during the cold mornings.
This baby food processor, pictured above, defrosts, cooks, blends and reheats.