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dryer

any of certain chemicals added to oils such as linseed oil to accelerate their drying when used as bases in paints, etc.

drier

1. An additive which is mixed with paints and varnishes to speed their drying by absorbing oxygen from the air.
3. A device containing a desiccant, placed in a refrigerant circuit; used to collect and hold within the desiccant all water in the system in excess of the amount which can be tolerated in the circulating refrigerant.
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No one was injured during the fire, but fire crews have issued guidance for tumble dryer users to avoid appliances catching fire.
This is the area where you, as a dryer operator, and your dryer manufacturer can have the most impact.
It is not possible to achieve very low residual moisture with hot-air dryers.
6Clothes can spontaneously combust if left in a hot pile inside or outside the dryer 6Clean the lint filters - but did you know there might be several filters?
Segmentation and analysis by product of the electric hand dryer market
This is the first time this type of technology has been used on a spray dryer in NZ.
EPA's Energy Star certified clothes dryers offer Americans an opportunity to save energy and do their part to combat climate change.
Hose and Hose Connections--Every few months, all hose clamps should be checked for tightness and all hose should be examined for holes and cuts in and around the dryer and at the hopper.
The Dyson digital motor (DDM) in the Dyson Airblade hand dryer produces an air stream flowing at 400 mph.
This product is the first and only hand dryer to meet NSF Protocol 335 for a hygienic hand drying system.
There is general agreement among suppliers to the European market that the industry needs a standard test protocol for measuring dryer energy consumption.
To clean inside the dryer, unplug it and turn off the gas, then open either the top or the front.