In a refrigerating machine, heat rejected is greater than heat absorbed.
A refrigerator is a reversed heat engine that cools or maintains a body's temperature (T1) below the ambient temperature.
Let Q1 = Heat extracted from the cold body
Q2 = Heat rejected to hot body
and WR = Work input to the refrigerator
According to the first law of thermodynamics:
WR = Q2 - Q1
Q2 = WR + Q1
From the above expression, it is clear that in a refrigerating machine, heat rejected is greater than heat absorbed.