precool

[pree-kool]
verb (used with object)
to cool in advance; cool artificially, as meat or fresh produce, before shipping.

Origin:
1900–05; pre- + cool

precooler, noun
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Water cooled in the tower is circulated through the coil to precool outdoor air.
Put the container of beetles on the crushed ice in the ice bucket to precool them before putting them on the ice block.
Chilled and hot-water coils can now be used in the outside air system to preheat or precool outside air.
Precool two units for four hours at the minimum specification temperature.
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