dehydrator

(redirected from dehydrators)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

dehydrator

[dē′hī‚drād·ər]
(chemistry)
A substance that removes water from a material; an example is sulfuric acid.
(chemical engineering)
Vessel or process system for the removal of liquids from gases or solids by the use of heat, absorbents, or adsorbents.
References in periodicals archive ?
Small glycol dehydrators are defined as processing less than 85,000 m3 per day on average annually and must meet a specific limit of BTEX (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene) emissions based on the unit's throughput and gas composition.
Hazard: Damaged wiring in the food dehydrators can come into contact with a metal bracket inside the machine, posing a shock hazard.
8220;Traditionally dehydrated foods have been expensive so the chance to do your own food drying at home means Excalibur food dehydrators have become popular.
Unfortunately, from the company's point of view, once the war was over, the canneries began dumping the dehydrators on the market, giving them away if necessary.
3 million to maintain the current dehydrators and refurbish or replace the components they caused to fail.
Hoekstra states that "most raw foodists get the bulk of their diet from the tropics," and argues (accurately) that the "fancy raw food meals are prepared with a lot of electrical equipment, like dehydrators, juicers, blenders and food processors.
Applications include gas compressors, separators, heater treaters, scrubbers, dehydrators, gas production units, transmission and gathering lines.
Airplanes are notorious dehydrators and that can thicken your blood, making it more clot-prone.
Handling scores of different merchandise, from vegetable dehydrators to collectible coins, they take orders from callers worldwide.
You'll find food dehydrators in cookware and hardware stores and in the cookware sections of department stores.
This year, from January through April, we have doubled the business we do in dehydrators," said Robin Anderson, vice president of marketing and sales for Metal Ware Corp.
In contrast, vacuum dehydrators using less suitable vacuum pumps or eductors may achieve effective dewatering only at very high processing temperatures, or perhaps not at all.