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extractor

[ik′strak·tər]
(chemical engineering)
An apparatus for solvent-contact with liquids or solids for removal of specified components.
(computer science)
(engineering)
A machine for extracting a substance by a solvent or by centrifugal force, squeezing, or other action.
An instrument for removing an object.
(ordnance)
A device in the breech mechanism of a gun, rifle, or the like, for pulling an empty cartridge case or an unfired cartridge out of the chamber of a gun, rifle, or the like.
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At present, Kimber plans to use the new extractor only on competition models from their Custom Shop.
Combining the benefits of fresh citrus and healthy vegetable juices into one machine, the company will introduce its first Citrus Juicer/Juice Extractor at the Gourmet Products Show this week.
After the bolt face is clean, check the extractor and ejector.
Meanwhile, Bissell brought several portable extractors to market, products launched from an effective marketing platform.
My article on the Remington 504 extractor functionality was to point out the true function of these two near-identical parts and how to improve extractor function.
The extractors have oversized rear wheels and accessories such as a "TurboBrush," which are designed for quick cleanups.
As an example, recently a customer brought a 1911 into the shop that he had subjected extractor testing.
"Extractors are very dominant," said Bacon "It was nice to see Bissell's Pro-Heat."
Masticating a juice extractor that grinds fruits and vegetables and presses the paste through a screen.
Expect to see more improvements and updated models as manufactures are out to sell enough extractors to reach a greater number of American households.
"While the potential level of household penetration for full-size extractors is unknown, there's no ceiling for a handheld.