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- n. A part of the ventilation system in motor cars that blows hot, dry air against the inside of a windscreen to prevent, or remove condensation
- n. Any of various devices that removes droplets of water from air
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- n. heater that removes mist from the windshield of a car
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It passes through a demister to remove water droplets, then is circulated back into the insulated room where the produce is stored.
The cooler requires pumps and a fan, an evaporator coil made of bare copper tubing, PVC nozzles, and wooden slats for the demister.
The video camera used was to help the welder see what he was doing while cutting away the material of the demister.
They say there is a right way and a wrong way of doing things .... this was defiantly the wrong way and approach to removing the demister pad.
This demister pad was set a fire to remove the material and supports using a welder torch in hopes to eliminate costs.
When the soft top is up, there is a feeling of good quality, thanks to a fabric inner liner that also helps reduce noise intrusion, and the rear window is glass with an integrated demister.
The standard kit list includes a single-CD tuner with steering wheel-mounted remote controls and auxiliary audio input (s), air conditioning, a rear demister, follow-me home headlamps, power windows and mirrors, remote central locking, engine immobiliser, 12-volt power outlet and height adjustable headlamps.
The that leave the furnace and boiler after combus ash-laden droplets are then collected in a down - tion. stream scrubber demister section.
The 905 is designed for use in the following car applications: motor fans, lamps, door lock, wiper, power window, power seat adjustment and demister.
The refrigeration system shown in Figure 1 does not include other equipment items usually provided in a large commercial or industrial vapor compression refrigeration system, such as: demister, between the evaporator and the compressor inlet to capture and remove any residual, entrained liquid in the refrigerant vapor because liquid may damage the compressor.
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