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agglomerate

a rock consisting of angular fragments of volcanic lava

agglomerate

[ə′gläm·ə·rət]
(geology)
A pyroclastic rock composed of angular rock fragments in a matrix of volcanic ash; typically occurs in volcanic vents.
(metallurgy)
A rigid mass of metallic particles that have been joined together by a powder metallurgical technique, such as sintering.
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The agglomerator system, installed at the German premises of the powdery ingredient specialist includes a fluid bed dryer for further processing of the wet agglomerates.
FEECO employees listened as Governor Walker, against the backdrop of an enormous rotary ore agglomerator, discussed how mining could create thousands of jobs for Wisconsin.
The acidity of the ore has also increased lime consumption, and design problems at the crusher and in the agglomerator have caused low recoveries of gold.
Conveyor systems, crushers, agglomerator and ore stackers are all operating as designed, and ore is being stacked on the pads during the commissioning phase at the designed rate.
Offers Recostar Universal Recycling Line, which combines a shredder, agglomerator and extruder to recycle low-bulk-density materials.
com Thailand Soluble & Freeze Dried Supplier Haco AG Switzerland Soluble Goffee Plant Equipment/ Agglomerator GEA Niro Denmark Petroncini Impianti Italy Sorting Equipment Buhler Sortex UK Specialty Teas Cannon George Ets Co.
All earthworks and leach pads are finished, the crushers, agglomerator, conveyors and stackers are in place, electrical power has been installed and all roadworks are nearing completion.
Offers new Recostar Universal Recycling Line, which combines a shredder, agglomerator and extruder to recycle low-bulk-density materials.
The crushers and agglomerator are in place, and the conveying and stacking system has been assembled.
C&A uses a Condux agglomerator to soften and compact the PVC without melting the nylon fiber, creating crumbles of flexible, fiber-filled PVC.