comminutor

comminutor

[′käm·ə‚nüd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine that breaks up solids.
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Mono's installation team removed the existing comminutor system and installed, tested and commissioned a new TR Muncher and all interconnecting pipework and control equipment.
This warning is usually addressed in the pump manufacturer's warranty where statements are made such as "cloths and wash towels should not be disposed into these systems." "The wipes are not expected to disintegrate during conveyance, but once they enter a municipal wastewater treatment plant, the product is expected to be screened by the bar rack or grinded in the comminutor, where the product would eventually be landfilled."
The FitzMill[R] Comminutor is ideal for precise particle size reduction of a wide variety of food products.
A solution may be to have some type of comminutor at the bottom to break the balls or mat into smaller pieces.