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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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Suitable for densifying C&D debris, furniture, appliances, carpet, mattresses, bulky scrap metal and wood waste with metal contamination.
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The system eliminates time, labor and cost by densifying alumina and silica dry-vibratables without manually deairing prior to form vibration.
Meanwhile, at the growing edge and the densifying middle of cities, trees that could help us meet environmental rules are still being lost or removed because of a lack of understanding.
To evaluate the effects of densifying the foam on particle fineness, cryogen usage and throughput, sheets of Grade 4200C foam were compression molded at 160 [degrees] C under a pressure of [approximately]5000 kPa for 10 min.
By densifying the waste paper into pellet form, the paper takes on physical characteristics similiar to conventional solid fuels, and thus can be easily handled, fed, and combusted in typical boilers.
NBE bulk container filling systems have a proprietary densification design integrating two densifying methods.
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