pulverizer


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pulverizer

[′pəl·və‚rīz·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
Device for breaking down of solid lumps into a fine material by cleavage along crystal faces.
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The improvements we are making to the American Pulverizer manufacturing complex will enable APCO to begin our second century of serving customers and clients globally in the scrap, solid waste, aggregate, plastic, coal and wood recycling industries to the highest standard," says Griesedieck.
After the first retrofit experienced a year's success, the power plant decided to convert all gear couplings on the 24 coal pulverizers at the plant with these disc couplings, based on the demonstrated benefits and cost savings.
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The machine delivers a more uniform feed rate of crushed coal to the pulverizers that reduce the fuel to powdered form before it is blown into boiler furnaces.
This equipment is available from American Pulverizer Co.
Recyclers around the world may or may not know of the long histories of American Pulverizer and Hustler Conveyor.
Owners of American Pulverizer shredders are quick to heap praise on the American Pulverizer team for recognizing this basic fact.
Purchased by American Pulverizer Company in 1979, Hustler Conveyor (formerly Iron Hustler Company) offers a line of conveyors that includes track, belt and chain conveyors of several varieties, as well as idlers, stackers, oscillators, vibrating feeders, screening equipment, Flexwall conveyors and bi-metallic classifiers to move any and all secondary commodities.
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Barnett was with American Pulverizer for more than 40 years.