- an apparatus for pasteurizing milk and other liquids.
Origin of pasteurizer
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Examples from the Web for pasteurizer
An ideal low pressure-boiler and pasteurizer for home and farm.
The juice passes from the pasteurizer while still hot (about 160 F.) into the container, which should be sealed immediately.Manual of American Grape-Growing
U. P. Hedrick
A convenient form of apparatus is that known as Freeman's pasteurizer; another is the Walker-Gordon pasteurizer.The Care and Feeding of Children
L. Emmett Holt
If the temperature of the water is too high, add cold water and lower the flame beneath the pasteurizer.Dietetics for Nurses
Fairfax T. Proudfit
- an apparatus for pasteurizing substances (esp milk)
- a person who carries out pasteurization
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