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Our company has started manufacturing frost free display cases for Pastries & cakes. The problem we are facing is we are getting a lot of frost on glasses during the operation cycle. Due to this problem we are really facing anger from a lot of our customers. Kindly support

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Make up a way to blow warm air from the condenser over the glass and your frost problem will disappear! The higher the temperature of the air - the more moisture it can absorb. The reason you are having the problem is that you are cooling moisture laden air and it has to give up the moisture as you cool it. So run some warm air over it and it will absorb the moisture for you = problem gone.

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