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tr.v. pre·heat·ed, pre·heat·ing, pre·heats
To heat (an oven, for example) beforehand.

pre·heat′er n.


an appliance used to preheat something
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Once in the preheater, it turns cherry red within seconds, severely oxidizing the surface.
Unit has a preheater, ceramic heaters, and PLC controller.
Bucket preheaters-The preheater consists of a unitized bucket/heating element that can be part of a conveyorized charging system that fills the bucket, heats the charge and empties it into the furnace in a continuous cycle lasting 15-30 minutes.
Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Swift Make Hoist For Primary Air Preheater
One type of fluid bed reclamation unit combines the preheater, calciner and primary cooler as a simple, single vessel.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Air Preheater Seals For Unit 5,6,7 & 8 Boilers
Tenders are invited for Overhauling Of Air Preheater And Rectification Of Flue Gas Ducts From Eco Outlet To Aph Inlet Of 3 X 210 Mw Units # 5,6&7 And 1 X 250 Mw Unit # 8 Boilers Of Raichur Thermal Power Station For The Year 2016-17
Tenders are invited for To clean the hot and intermediate end baskets as well as the cold end baskets on both the "A" and "B" air preheater modules.
An improved model RF preheater for SMC has new PLC controls that coordinate its cycles with that of the molding press.
Contract Awarded for Combustion air preheater,1set.
Located in Pennsylvania, Pleasant Gap is the most modern lime plant in the region, with a 1,200 ton-per-day (tpd) rotary preheater lime kiln (2005), a 1,050-tpd rotary lime kiln (2008), and a new lime hydrating plant (2005).
When system operators began noticing material buildup in the precalciner, they found that it was impeding the flow through the preheater and into the kiln.