Meaning of desalinator in English:

desalinator

Pronunciation /diːˈsalɪneɪtə/

noun

See desalinate

‘They guzzle so much energy that desalinators operate only in locations with excess petroleum, or where waste heat from power plants (especially nuclear and geothermal) can be recycled.’
  • ‘Behind him, he towed a raft outfitted with a coffin-size sleeping compartment and carrying fishing tackle, compass, sextant, and three portable water desalinators.’
  • ‘Designed to carry up to 20 divers in well-equipped double cabins, she has two generators, two water desalinators, air and nitrox and photo-processing facilities.’
  • ‘The government is also encouraging the private sector to build desalinators to provide fresh water on a steady basis.’
  • ‘The boat is equipped with a desalinator for making seawater drinkable, solar panels and a small generator for electricity and six different types of high-calorie dehydrated expedition food.’