Is ice less load than air?
This is referring to ice stored in a household refrigerator, not ice on the evaporator.
I knew a guy who had a shop full of used, reconditioned refrigerators. He had a commercial icemaker there, which he bagged the ice out of and put in the freezers of the reconditioned refrigerators. He said the ice was less load than the air space in the freezers which the ice displaced.
Is this true?
It'shard to change the state
of ice/water/steam. Not hard to maintain a state. I say yes.