"Ultrasonic drying" would be a good band name. But it could also become a way for people to save energy and money. Check out this Energy Department primer on their work with GE on using vibrations instead of heat to dry clothes.
How it works: The tech features "piezoelectric transducers – a device that converts electricity to vibration. When voltage is added, the transducers vibrate at a high-frequency and turn the water into a cool mists removed from the fabric."
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