The Excalibur 5 tray Dehydrator is the best choice for you if you are looking for an excalibur dehydrator for all the extra produce from your garden.
With the Excalibur 5 tray Dehydrator you have 8 square feet of drying space, you surely won’t run out of drying space for that extra tomato harvest – it can definitely keep up with a small to a medium-sized family’s needs.
The dehydrator also promises that you will get quality dried food every time with their unique Parallexx System.
The Parallexx System™
First off, with this system, the fan actually comes from the back of the dehydrator.
Most commercial dehydrators fan from the bottom up – that’s not very efficient, since the bottom ones will most likely dry out first, which in turn will create moist conditions with the top racks.
You avoid all that since airflow will be quite even. Plus, the poly screen trays also allow for ventilation to keep turning, assuring that there won’t be pockets of moist air inside the dehydrator.
With the Parallexx System, your fruits and veggies will maintain both their natural flavors and colors.
Features of the 5 Tray Dehydrator
The Excalibur 5-Tray Dehydrator comes with 5 square, insert trays and a built-in on and off switch.
The Models insert trays are made of poly screen and are dishwasher-safe, making them very easy to clean. And since these trays aren’t fixed, you can actually use less if you happen to be drying say a fruit or a slice of meat that’s simply a bit too oversized to fit inside.
The squared shape of the trays also ensures that your food get to dry evenly as opposed to the more popular round-shaped trays.
The built-in adjustable thermostat of the Excalibur 2500 ranges from 85°-145°,which makes it easy for drying different types of food – from fruits and veggies to meat.
Each type of food will have a specific temperature which will allow for the best drying and with the adjustable thermostat; it takes the guesswork out of the question.
The Dehydrator also comes equipped with its own timer so you don’t need to worry that you’ll over dehydrate – or under dehydrate for that matter – your food.
Simply turn it on, set the thermostat and the timer and let it do the work. It’s that easy.