Definition of Hydrators
1. hydrator [n] - See also: hydrator
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydrators
Literary usage of Hydrators
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Outlines of Industrial Chemistry: A Text-book for Students by Frank Hall Thorp, Warren Kendall Lewis (1916)
"The crushed lime is slaked in mechanical hydrators, sometimes of a form similar ... Batch hydrators, consisting of a revolving pan with ploughs to mix the ..."
2. Proceedings of the Annual Convention (1910)
"This is a very simple proposition, which I believe is being handled very satisfactorily by some hydrators. ..."
3. The Architects' and Builders' Handbook: Data for Architects, Structural by Frank Eugene Kidder (1921)
"Hydrated lime is manufactured in mechanical hydrators in which the batches of quicklime and water used are carefully proportioned by weight. ..."
4. The Architects' and Builders' Pocket-book: A Handbook for Architects by Frank Eugene Kidder (1915)
"Hydrated lime is manufactured in mechani- hydrators in which the batches of quicklime and water used are carefully portioned by weight. ..."
5. Industrial Chemistry: A Manual for the Student and Manufacturer by Allen Rogers (1920)
"The two best known of these are the Kritzer and the Clyde hydrators. The Clyde hydrator is a batch machine, in which a given quantity of lime—usually one ..."
6. The Limestone Resources and the Lime Industry in Ohio by Edward Orton, Samuel Vernon Peppel (1906)
"... and the resultant product more uniform and even in composition, than with hand labor. Hydrating Equipment.—This consists of crushers, hydrators, ..."
7. Industrial Chemistry: For Engineering Students by Henry Kreitzer Benson (1913)
"types of apparatus are in use, such as the Clyde,1 Reaney 1 and Kritzer hydrators, all of which are similar in principle, since they provide for a definite ..."