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granulate

[′gran·yə‚lāt]
(chemistry)
To form or crystallize into grains, granules, or small masses.
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A significant source of microplastic in Norway are artificial turf trays covered by rubber granulates from used car tires.
Rubber granulates after the shredding and processing "The market potential for rubber granulates is high.
This dependency was used for identification of parameters affecting the quality of ceramic granulate that is formed after spraying of emulsion in spraying kiln.
Key words: drying, humidity, granulate, mathematical mode
There are also more hybrid shredder/granulators, which reduce large chunks to granulate in one pass.
Premier beside-the-press granulators reduce sprues, runners, and rejected parts to clean uniform granulate.
Company's "S" cutter sprue/runner return system granulates sprues/runners into uniformly sized particles at a low rotational speed of 30 rpm, without using a sizing screen.
In comparison to conventional masterbatch in granulate form; liquid colours and the new micro-batch have proven to enable much quicker colour changes.