Excalibur 3900B Food Dehydrator 9-Tray Electric with Adjustable Thermostat Accurate Temperature Control Faster Drying, Black
- DRYING SPACE – 9-trays totaling 15 square feet of drying space offers plenty of room for your favorite snacks
- PATENTED – Hyper wave technology and horizontal parallex drying removes water from food with a continuous circulation of thermostatically-controlled Warm air
- LOW AND SLOW FOR IMMUNITY BOOST – Cooking foods at a temperature no higher than 115-118 degrees in a food dehydrator preserves nutrients and enzymes
- DIAL IN – Adjustable thermostat 105 degrees Fahrenheit to 165 degrees Fahrenheit featuring accurate temperature control and built in on/off switch
- EASY TO CLEAN – Poly-Screen trays do not need to be moved or rotated during operation and prevent foods from sticking
- HEALTHY SNACKS – Dehydrate delicious fruits, vegetables, nuts, meat for jerky, fruit puree for fruit roll-ups, raise bread or make homemade yogurt. Great for preppers, large families, gardeners, and sportsman
- Includes 7″ Fan for excellent air circulation
- 110/120 Volt model designed exclusively for use in North America. 600 Watts. Made in the USA with USA and globally sourced materials
- Note: Production marks may be visible on the underside of the unit. This is normal and not a defect. This does not impact the performance of the unit
Food Dehydrator 9 trays, totaling 15 square feet of drying space, allows for enough room to dry a wide variety of foods.
Hyperwave patented technology keeps the interior temperature high enough to remove moisture while ensuring food temperature is low enough to maintain enzymes and nutrients.
Parallexx horizontal airflow distributes air evenly over each tray allowing food to dry faster and taste better.
The adjustable thermostat (105°F – 165°F) allows for greater flexibility to dry herbs, fruit, vegetables, jerky and so much more!
Dehydrating foods at low temperatures preserve nutrients and enzymes for up to 9 months when stored correctly.
Get started immediately with the included “Guide to Dehydrating” book for great tips and recipes.