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prill

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(chemical engineering)
To form pellet-sized crystals or agglomerates of material by the action of upward-blowing air on falling hot solution; used in the manufacture of ammonium nitrate and urea fertilizers.
(materials)
Spherical particles about the size of buckshot.
(mining engineering)
The best ore after cobbing.
A circular particle about the size of buckshot.
Compressed and sized explosives such as ammonium nitrate.
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AusGroup Limited subsidiary, AGC Industries Pty Ltd ("AGC"), a leading Australian-based construction and fabrication group, today announced it has secured fabrication, supply and installation work with CSBP Limited for the prilling plant upgrade associated with its ammonium nitrate expansion project.
The contract includes debottlenecking works to the existing prilling plant and will be undertaken at CSBP Kwinana site, with piping fabrication and pre-assembly works completed at AGC's Kwinana fabrication yard nearby, and is expected to be completed by late August 2013.