A dryer (or drier) most commonly means:

  • Hair dryer
  • Hand dryer
  • Clothes dryer, also known as a tumble-dryer
  • Belt dryer
  • Cereal dryer, for food preservation
  • Desiccant, a substance that absorbs or adsorbs water
  • Grain dryer for storage grain bins
  • Oil drying agent, an additive which accelerates the film formation of a drying oil

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Thomas J. Dryer
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Dryer - Music
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Combo Washer Dryer - Disadvantages
... Combo washer dryers generally (though not universally) have lower capacity than separate machines ... Furthermore, the dryer cycle of many of these machines can only handle around one-half to three-quarters of the capacity that the washer cycle can handle ... But with older washer/dryer combos, this means that users will not be able to wash and dry a full-capacity load in one go, instead, they will have to lessen the amount of clothes in the washer before ...
Hand Dryer - Developments
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Air Dryer - Refrigerated Dryer
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