core drier

core drier

[′kȯr ‚drī·ər]
(metallurgy)
A light, skeleton cast-iron or aluminum box, whose internal shape conforms closely to the cope portion of a core for molding, used to support, during baking, a core which cannot be placed on a flat plate.
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According to McGraw, since no oil flushing was required, normal maintenance procedures could be followed, including: pumping down the entire system; reclaiming all original gas (CFCs); changing all coil driers; and changing core driers on the compressor rack.