flash dry

flash dry

[′flash ‚drī]
(chemical engineering)
The rapid evaporation of moisture from a porous or granular solid by a sudden reduction in pressure or by placing the material in an updraft of warm air.
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Because the bins receive a final rinse at high temperature, they flash dry almost instantly and are ready for immediate re-use or transfer to storage.
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The hot, clean parts are allowed to flash dry in the drying/of-load area for a predefined period before the cycle complete indicator allows the operator to remove the basket.
The dishwasher offers many of the perks of a full-size unit, including Whisper Quiet sound insulation and Flash Dry Instant Drying.
When the high-temperature rinse option is used, the bins flash dry and are ready for re-use immediately.
The basket revolves very slowly during the wash cycle and components are cleaned by spray jets which are positioned above, to the side and below the wash basket ensuring that the components are thoroughly cleaned and due to the temperature of the water they flash dry after the automatic wash cycle is complete.