trommel


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trommel

[′träm·əl]
(mining engineering)
A revolving cylindrical screen used to grade coarsely crushed ore: the ore is fed into the trommel at one end, the fine material drops through the holes, and the coarse is delivered at the other end. Also known as trommel screen.
To separate coal into various sizes by passing it through a revolving screen.
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captured using the imperialist facilities that had been at the disposal of the trading houses under the protection of the colonial European powers (Hoogenboom, Bannink & Trommel, 2010, p.
The contents would be extracted by an excavator and put down into the trommel which would extract soil.
The contents were extracted by an excavator and put down into the trommel - a machine which extracted soil.
Equipped with the Trommel Magazin, the LP08 became a favorite of the Sturmtruppen.
The scrubber / trommel and the coarse gold jig installation and testing are also complete.
by Duco Bannink, Hans Bosselaar and Willem Trommel.
The Government changes applied to trommel fines - a kind of dust filtered out by a screen - and were introduced in response to concerns from operators of landfill sites that some businesses were paying more tax than others.
Meanwhile he said dust was regularly swirled round from the plant's precipitators and trommel room and got into men's skin.
Mr Richards said dust regularly swirled round from the plant's precipitators and trommel room.
Trommel screening after grinding is a process that removes fines from the screened material and removes a large proportion of high-ash, high-nutrient material.
BB:ALTO) reported on Monday that it has acquired a 30 TPH testing trommel for an undisclosed sum.