Definitions for vulcanizer
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vul•can•izeˈvʌl kəˌnaɪz(v.t.)-ized, -iz•ing.
to treat (rubber) with sulfur and heat, thereby imparting greater strength, elasticity, and durability.
to subject (a substance other than rubber) to some analogous process, as to harden it.
Origin of vulcanize:
someone who vulcanizes rubber to improve its strength and resiliency
The equipment used for the vulcanization of rubber
A substance (such as sulfur) added to rubber during this process
one who, or that which, vulcanizes; esp., an apparatus for vulcanizing caoutchouc