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DEF] (35) = total net heating done over the test period between two defrost terminations, divided by the total length of the test period, and determined with the indoor air-enthalpy method
Where Cd is the daily cooling demand of the system; n is the number of defrosts per day and t is the duration of each defrost in hours.
Figures 5 and 6 show the comparison of the evaporator coil defrost speed by the two defrost schemes.
Smart Defrost, an optional setting on Smart Controller that monitors a system's defrost cycle, improves efficiency, reduces costs and increases the longevity of systems by eliminating unnecessary defrosts and excess wear.
Crime prevention officers are asking people to consider leaving earlier for their journey and staying with the car as it defrosts.
Experience indicates that during the phase change from frozen to defrost differences in meat quality may appear between meat on the outside and inside of the blocks--the so called "hot spots" where the risk of de-naturing proteins is present.
A manually defrosting freezer takes less energy than an automatically defrosting one, but you need to defrost regularly because if the cooling coils are covered in ice, then they have to work harder to chill the air.
The driver had left it to defrost with the engine running for a few seconds.
You should let freezers defrost naturally and never leave candles unattended.
The boxes are available in two sizes, 29 1/4 inches (standard size when defrost components are selected) and 16 3/4 inches (standard size when defrost components are not selected).
A manual defrost system protects freezer contents from auto defrost cycle thaws and dehydration.
Thousands of motorists are making it even easier to steal their cars by leaving them unattended with the engine running while they defrost.
Manual Defrost for Sample integrity and temperature stability.
The motorist, who hasn't been named, started his car which he left on the drive-way to defrost with the engine running, while he went back into his home.
If you leave food to defrost for a long time at room temperature, this could allow bacteria to grow in the food.
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