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percolator

 [per″ko-la´ter]
a vessel used in percolation.

per·co·la·tor

(per'kō-lā'tŏr),
A funnel-shaped vessel used for the process of percolation in pharmacy.

percolator

(pĕr′kō-lā″tor)
An apparatus used for extraction of a drug with a liquid solvent.
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But then came the meeting with Peter Hobbs, who had been working on a coffee percolator with another company.
The percolator was manufactured for Salton by Chiaphua Industries Ltd.
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Other firsts for the company's kitchen electrics lineup included two coffee percolators, a 5-cup and a 12-cup; a 1-quart ice cream maker; a smoothie maker with built-in stir-stick; a waffle cone maker; an electric wok; and a warming tray.