compression machine

compression machine

[kəm′presh·ən mə′shēn]
(computer science)
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Casper uses a patented German compression machine to allow for compact shipping, a process that reduces delivery costs by more than 66%.
The feed material to the compression machine can be granulated by dry or wet compaction processes and can be subject to additional blending or milling before or after the granulation step.
But armed with his ice compression machine, Prior remains optimistic he can prove his fitness.
But armed with his ice compression machine, the 31-year-old remains optimistic that he can prove his fitness this week and keep up his run of matches, currently 57.
This compression process normally happens when manufacturers want to transform the material into a plate or short drum shape by using a compression machine.
Historically, and in further progression, Ferdinant Carre in 1864 patented an ammonia compression machine in France.
A powerful compression machine is used to pack the material and in the case of the towels and bathrobes they expand to their normal size by simply opening the canister.
After the success of the new AccuSpray invention OYSTAR Manesty, located near Liverpool in the UK, has launched three more innovative machines and technologies: the new Xpress Wash-in-Place (WiP) system, the new XSpress tablet compression machine, developed in accordance with cGMP criteria, and the flexible XL Cota 350 tablet coater.
A paper compression machine and a forklift were destroyed, while the entire factory was also at one point under threat.
The basic means for changing the output of a compression machine is to open or close the gap between these two pieces of steel.
After several test mixes, over 3000 blocks were made in just four days with the help of a diesel powered hydraform compression machine, while the university's carpenters and labourers began to fabricate the timber frame under the direction of Buro Happoki engineer Jon Norton.
Miller says, "Tooling that might cost $100,000 or more for a 1,000-ton compression machine could cost as little as $25,000 or less in Diaphorm's process.