degausser

[dee-gou-ser]
noun
1.
something that degausses.
2.
a device, especially one used in filmmaking, that can erase a whole roll of magfilm, audiotape, etc., so that it can be used again.

Origin:
degauss + -er1

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Two types of degausser exist: strong permanent magnets and electric degaussers.
If you are unable to overwrite, degauss using a commercial degausser.
For example, while the degausser located at one location was certified annually, one at another location was not.
If unable to overwrite, degauss using a commercial degausser.
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