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scald

 [skawld]
a burn caused by a hot liquid or a hot, moist vapor; to burn in such fashion.

scald

(skawld),
1. To burn by contact with a hot liquid or steam.
2. The lesion resulting from such contact.
[L. excaldo, to wash in hot water]

scald

(skawld)
1. To burn by contact with a hot liquid or steam.
2. The lesion resulting from such contact.
[L. excaldo, to wash in hot water]

scald

A burn caused by hot liquid or steam.
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Two scalder temperatures, 55[degrees]C and 45[degrees]C, were evaluated with Campylobacter spp.
in scalders were magnified at both temperatures tested.
Before being discarded, the scalder water is screened to remove feathers and dirt, then run through a heat exchanger.
Heat from the gas is transferred to fresh makeup water for the scalder. This prewarms it, lowering the amount of energy needed to bring it to 130 F before entering the scalder.
I set my thermostatically controlled scalder to 145[degrees]F, and that is a good temperature to aim for if your scalding container is over a stove top or burner.
They were scalded at 143[degrees] F in a homemade scalder (heater elements in a 55 gallon drum with a thermostat in line), and plucked on a stand-up horizontally rolling chicken plucker.
You can rent scalders from local hatcheries and maybe some rental places, or you can use your gas fired turkey fryer, we do.