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granulate

[′gran·yə‚lāt]
(chemistry)
To form or crystallize into grains, granules, or small masses.
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Maintenance of the company's tire granulating system is basically confined to routine knife changing operations and housekeeping, according to the literature.
High-torque shredders and complete reduction systems for processing dense and bulky plastic materials prior to granulating.
Where granulating is required, one route is to use the services of a custom or trade processor.
These points are not intended as criticisms of custom granulating, which is often performed to the highest quality standards.
introduced a single-rotor, low-speed Vortex unit that combines shredding and granulating of large scrap like pipe in one step.
The Blackfriars tire granulating system, featured in a four-color, four-page brochure, is said to be an economical and reliable package which produces consistent granule quality on a continuous basis.
Ten or 15 years ago, scrap granulating wasn't considered high technology.
All these factors help determine the most appropriate granulating machine size, feed-throat and cutting-chamber design, rotor and knife configuration, rotor speed, drive horsepower, screen size, and granulate take-away system.
A variety of shredders can reduce large molded parts and purgings to granulating size.
In turn, that feeds a Herbold SMS 80/120 machine designed for wet granulating.
Company features a dozen different model series to meet every conceivable granulating application.
Also offered are heavy-duty granulating systems for reclaiming extrusions, fiber and film scrap.