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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Most vertical-airflow dehydrators have the capability to expand as trays are stacked upon one another.
Dehydrators, once considered a niche segment, are gaining interest as more grocery stores offer a wider selection of dried fruits and veggie snacks.
“Traditionally dehydrated foods have been expensive so the chance to do your own food drying at home means Excalibur food dehydrators have become popular.”
Then I found the Nesco food dehydrator and put it on the counter.
The final MACT standard for this subcategory of small dehydrators requires existing affected sources to meet a unit-specific BTEX emission limit of 3.01 x 10-4 grams BTEX/scm-ppmv (parts per million by volume) and new affected sources are required to meet a limit of 5.44 x 10-5 grams BTEX/scm-ppmv.
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.
Spread the puree thinly and evenly over the aluminum foil (or the fruit leather insert that comes with most dehydrators) and set it to "dry." In the oven, it should take about eighteen hours, while the dehydrator may take as little as twelve.
I'm trying to learn if it is best for me to disconnect my dehydrators when I preheat my engines or if I should leave them running.
Dehydrators start about $30, and the large one I bought was $250 retail, but I paid $200 online.
Showcase the versatility of dehydrators in making healthy treats for the entire family.
Jackson estimates that it will cost $75,000 to acquire the new dehydrators, $48,000 to install them and $683,000 to provide training, parts and documentation over the life cycle of the total 17 AS-3199s PM DCATS will field.
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." I have to disagree with the statement about the bulk of the diet coming from the tropics.