Handbook of household equipment terminology
American Home Economics Association. Home Economists in Business Section. Housing, Furnishings, and Equipment Committee, American Home Economics Association. Home Economists in Business Section. Housing and Household Equipment Committee
American Home Economics Association, 1970 - House & Home - 50 pages
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agitator air conditioning Air flow All-purpose alternating current American Gas Association and/or Association attached automatic washer bleach British thermal units broiler broiling brush Built-in burners or electric cabinet chlorine circuit coffee coffeemaker combination washer-dryer compartment Condenser conditioner container cooking top cooled or heated cooling coil cord cycle defrost designed detergent device dishwasher drain dryer Equipment Terminology evaporator fabrics filter finish floor food freezer food storage food waste frozen food grind hard water heater heating element home laundry hose hot water Household Equipment Humidistat ice cubes Inner tub installed insulation iron laundering laundry product liquid Manufacturers metal mixer moisture motor opening operation oven temperature perature portable power-driven pressure rack range refrigerator refrigerator-freezer removal rinse shelf soap soil spin Starch surface unit taining thermostat Thermostatically controlled tion toaster top burner top-loading tray tube usually vacuum cleaner vertical wall washbasket washer Washing action Water softener water temperature wire Wringer