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granulate

[′gran·yə‚lāt]
(chemistry)
To form or crystallize into grains, granules, or small masses.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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When these potential issues became apparent, Robatech technicians proposed a retrofit of the existing systems to an automatic filling system, namely the granulate feeder RobaFeed 3 and the associated granulate container, GlueFill L.
Caption: Unveiled at Icon Expo 2018, the T-Rex has a 125-liter capacity granulate hopper and suits paver production lines up to 1,800-mm wide and product layers up to 40-mm high.
These enhancements create finer granulate, with minimum hole sizes in the screen of the second-stage granulator reduced from 0.375 in.
They are present as follows: leg I: trochanter not granulated, with 1 seta; femur, patella, tibia, and tarsus not granulate; setae arranged same as adults; femur joined widely with patella; and patella 1.15-1.40 longer than femur.
Key words: drying, humidity, granulate, mathematical mode
The air that is dried using the molecular sieve is then heated and fed into the bottom of the drying bin; where it rises up passing through the plastic granulate. The drying bin should be kept full at all times and the drying process time must be complete before removing the first load of material.
The uniform, homogenous granulate produces excellent flow and pelletizing characteristics.
Bekokat[R] features a pressure vessel filled with a specially formulated catalyst granulate which in operation is heated to 150[degrees]C, causing the oil particles to be completely transformed inside the pores of the granulate, resulting in a condensate of just two elements--water and carbon dioxide.
The agent is configured to collect body fluids and includes thermoplastic granulate particles and particles of zeolites directly fused to the thermoplastic granulate particles.
Without having to densify or pelletize the waste material, plastic film and sheet processors can reclaim and reuse edge trim and roll scrap at rates of up to 1200 lbs/hr--using the new PAC Granulate Feed System, which was introduced by Precision AirConvey (PAC) at NPE 2003.
In order to overcome this, Arrowquint has designed a small (8mm dia) flexible electrode which can be readily inserted into a blender or hopper loader to blow low pressure ionised air into the granulate around the level switch, eliminating the static charges and preventing the contamination.