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A strainer post is a fence post.
A micro strainer is a way of boiling things.
First you have to buy a pasta strainer from the store. Next you put the strainer in the sink then you pour the pasta and water into the strainer. Finally you scoop the pasta out of the strainer and put it in your bowl!
A strainer is used to seperate solids from liquids, for example a tea strainer would be used to remove tea leaves from tea.
Fuel strainer in the fuel tank? Replace it with a new one.
the strainer is used to strain things such as liquid or fine particles
A tea strainer is used to catch tea leaves when pouring. There isn't a difference between an English tea strainer and a regular one, they are the same thing.
Filter is a finer version of strainer or strainer is a coarser version of filter. If particle size to be filtered>200 mesh, then its the job of strainer If particle size to be filtered<200 mesh, then its the job of filter
With a tub strainer dumbell wrench.
You're not gonna find a strainer on that car.
On floor and roof drains on the bottom (under the dome /strainer)
single basket strainer is used for filtering at one stage,ehile double strainer is used for filtering at both sages ,i.e coarse and fine
A strainer is an equipment mostly used in kitchens to separate unwanted materials or solids in liquid or it is used to sift flour.
By draining the blood into a strainer, and the cancer cells will be left in the strainer. Return filtered blood to body. The end.
No. Just ensure that your strainer does not have any rust on it.
R Plant has written: 'Comparison of the strength of the diagonal fence strainer to the horizontal fence strainer'
The best material for a pasta strainer is metal. Plastic strainers can become warped after heavy use.
Various types of strainer, such as tea strainer, mouli, and colander are all used in a kitchen.
For those of us who prefer loose-leaf tea and choose not to use a tea ball, a tea-strainer is an excellent way to keep the smaller bits of the leaves out of your cup. Tea is poured from the pot, through the strainer and into the cup. The strainer is then set aside for use in the next pouring (if you intend to have more than one cup, or there are several of you) or it is rinsed and set to dry. If you are intending to have your tea-leaves read, the a strainer is un-necessary.
A strainer only removes large particles whereas a filter will remove particles down at the micron level.