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granulate

[′gran·yə‚lāt]
(chemistry)
To form or crystallize into grains, granules, or small masses.
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He also emphasised the importance of granulators being able to operate continuously for long periods at a time.
Size-reduction technology specialist Rapid Granulator is introducing a new family of shredders for plastics: The Raptor Series.
In addition, the new generation of ANDRITZ MeWa granulators is fitted with a specially controlled pendulum pusher device that increases the throughput.
Some granulators utilize sealed bearings that do not require greasing.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 19, 2015-Lifco announces acquisition of Rapid Granulator
18 February 2015 - Swedish investment company Lifco (STO: LIFCO) has signed an agreement to acquire Swedish recycling equipment maker Rapid Granulator, the company said on Wednesday.
Below a nominal size of about 1 inch, most processors will usually be better served by a dedicated granulator than by a shredder.
Terra also manufactures and builds recycling plants, equipment, shredders, and granulator machines for reclaiming and utilizing raw materials.
The latest model in a series of flexible, custom-made and belt-driven compact granulators, Wittmann says the G-Max 23 is specifically designed for the closed-loop recycling of sprues/runners from injection moulding machines with up to 240 tons of clamping force.
Shredders and granulators are basically opposites of each other in the size-reduction world; for this reason they make for great partnerships.
Granulators are notorious energy hogs, but motors and designs have improved energy efficiency over the years.
These sound-attenuating granulators are available in two models, with sized 10" x 12" and 10" x 18" cutting chambers.