size reduction

size reduction

[′sīz ri‚dək·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
The breaking of large pieces of coal, ore, or stone by a primary breaker, or of small pieces by grinding equipment.
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Size Reduction Specialists introduced a clean-room version of its low-speed Bi-Cutter, which has two rotors, one over the other.
After considering what end produces they are going, to produce and how much material they axe likely to process in a given operating hour or day, recyclers will then be able to compare and contrast a variety of size reduction equipment.
The new bonds consist of a final $200 million installment from a $600 million authorization to fund class size reduction projects in response to a 2002 constitutional amendment and up to $67 million authorized refunding bonds to refund the $58 million outstanding series 1999A bonds due 2011-2019.
Cumberland and Size Reduction Specialists offer new granulators with dust containment to reclaim medical molding scrap in clean rooms.
Marathon's Fayette plant manufactures conveyor systems and its Leeds plant produces a variety of shredding and grinding size reduction equipment.
Press side granulators are custom designed with options for a variety of size reduction applications.
The new products represent a breakthrough in size reduction while maintaining excellent electrical performance, reliability and cost.
KEK centrifugal sifters provide pull-through sieving for scalping oversize and extraneous materials, classifying and conditioning of bulk materials, controlled size reduction of friable materials, and even removal of liquids from slurries, pastes or solids in suspension.
Today, GreenMan only adds businesses, relationships and product lines that compliment the core tire collecting, size reduction and marketing business.
There are also techniques for reclaiming material and generating secondary use rubber using a wide range of size reduction equipment.
The underlying 'A+' rating reflects sound district financial management characterized by ample reserves, substantial capital needs related to enrollment growth and state mandated class size reduction requirements, and the strong legal features of the master lease purchase agreement related to this issue.