predry

predry

(priːˈdraɪ)
vb, -dries, -drying or -dried
to dry or become dry in advance
n
the process of predrying
adj
1. dried in advance or drying in advance
2. happening before drying
3. of or pertaining to the state before drying
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Immersion or spray rinsing can be followed by an optional hot air predry.
Beans predry for three days in a shallow, mesh-bottomed tray through a combination of sun and passive air movement.
This product line extension will enable manufacturers of tubing, insulated wire and extruded profiles to enjoy the benefit of almost instant heat-up and cool-down that manufacturers who dry and predry technical textiles and coated webs enjoy with Glenro's infrared heaters and ovens.
We were putting materials in to dry way ahead of time, and on bigger jobs we needed two drying systems to do that: One dryer to predry material and then, of course, a production dryer to keep it dry and running.
A laboratory twin-screw extruder, Brabender Model D6/2 was used for blending the predry blended materials.
Polyolefin processors molding and extruding products for automotive, medical, and certain other markets sometimes predry materials to remove surface moisture and, in effect, "preheat" or soften the material to facilitate melting.
The new masterbatches are based on Ampacet's Formula X PET technology platform, which eliminates the need to predry PET colors and allows for feeding at the extruder throat--thus reducing feed-throat clogging and screw slippage, and improving color dispersion.
gives processors another option to extrude PET and PLA sheet without needing to predry or crystallize the material.
Molders must predry grades containing conductive fillers that draw moisture into the polymer.