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deicing

[dē′īs·iŋ]
(engineering)
The removal of ice deposited on any object, especially as applied to aircraft icing, by heating, chemical treatment, and mechanical rupture of the ice deposit.

deicing

Removing ice from aircraft by mechanical, thermal, electrical, or chemical means.
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Deicing Fluid Market Analysis by Players: This report includes following top vendors in terms of company basic information, product category, sales (volume), revenue (Million USD), price and gross margin (%).
Benjamin Boesl have developed a graphene foam−polymer composite with superior deicing efficiency and strength.
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In the early 80s of the last century, countries such as Canada, the United States, and Japan have started the deicing robot research and development work.
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The two biggest players on the airside, and those having the greatest amount of preparation, are the Airfield Maintenance and Mobile Equipment Department and the deicing facility.
The company said that the net proceeds of the Issuance will be used to address Radiant's immediate working capital needs while it continues to further its marketing and sales initiatives in respect of its Radiant Deicing Systems.
I would like to provide some corrections and clarification to the "Deicing Dissent" letter in the January 2009 issue of the The Aviation Consumer.