demister


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demister

(diːˈmɪstə)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a device incorporating a heater and/or blower used in a motor vehicle to free the windscreen of condensation
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Noun1.demister - heater that removes mist from the windshield of a car
heater, warmer - device that heats water or supplies warmth to a room
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demister

[diːˈmɪstəʳ] N (Aut) → luneta f térmica, dispositivo m antivaho

demister

[diːˈmɪstər] n (British)dispositif m antibuée inv

demister

nGebläse nt

demister

[diːˈmɪstəʳ] n (Brit) (Aut) → sbrinatore m
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The EM Profi collector uses long-life coarse and fine filter demisters followed by a final-stage HEPA filter with combined efficiencies of 99.
Any electrical load increases fuel consumption, so make sure you turn off your heated rear windscreen, demister blowers and headlights when you don't need them.
Demister pads, which can be used to reduce this transfer, are not 100% effective and add to the cost of the system.
My SE model came with limousine-style leather and Alcantara upholstery, a very upmarket looking dashboard complete with centre console with touch screen operation for the radio as well as displaying the activation of switches like the rear screen demister.
The company's production range includes: Woven wire mesh in all metals; welded wire mesh in all metals; perforated sheets in all metals; demister pads/Mist eliminators; wedge wire screens; gratings in steel and special alloy of stainless steel grade packings; architectural wires mesh products; aluminium Insect screen; and other internals for separation application.
Scrubbers can take several forms, inertial--with or without demister pads--or the horizontal cyclonic type.
It leaks, fills up with condensation, the wipers are broken, the demister doesn't work, the airbags have got wet, it won't start and it's horrible to drive.
The apparatus units are fitted with a demister, cooler (which can be switched between refluxing and descending operation), inside thermometer and stirrer.
And the coalescing element is replaced with an inexpensive, maintenance-free demister pad.
Owners who put their cars through the test will receive a bottle of deicer, demister pad and scraper (while stocks last).
The remaining 56 vents would require either that an existing demister unit be replaced with a wet scrubber or that a low-efficiency scrubber be upgraded.
A breakthrough came in 1980 when Smith [1] in Texas patented a method of placing catalyst particles in fibreglass bags which subsequently are rolled in bundles with demister wire in between to provide the void space for vapour flow.