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densify

[′den·sə‚fī]
(engineering)
To increase the density of a material such as wood by subjecting it to pressure or impregnating it with another material.
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With Densify, companies automate virtual machine (VM) placement and resource allocation actions to proactively remove risk and drive the lowest unit cost.
One of the key benefits of Densify is that it delivers better application performance with the highest asset utilization and lowest public cloud spend without requiring any special training.
Another way to densify EPS foam is with a new agglomerator from Pla.
Normally Erema uses a single disc at the bottom of the cutter/compactor feed drum to cut, mix, and densify film before it goes into the extruder.
To control quality and cost, TPG has in-house capabilities to shred, densify, and repelletize scrap parts, purgings, chunks, rolled or baled film, sprues, pellets, and regrind for making Polyfil RP.
Sorema showed a new system called the Tramu, which may be the first to densify nylon fiber continuously.
According to Katz, his "polygel" technology makes it economically feasible for any business or institution that generates substantial amounts of PS waste to densify the waste on site and dispose of it at no cost.
Depending on how the blown film line is outfitted, the system triggers adjustments in chilled-air systems, changes in blower speed, or water injection to cool and densify the air.
Proliferation of equipment to densify expanded-PS waste is vital to recycle this low-density, low-cost plastic.
Both densify using heat, not blades or grinding, in a cast aluminum chamber ringed with internal heating elements.