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granulate

[′gran·yə‚lāt]
(chemistry)
To form or crystallize into grains, granules, or small masses.
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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
Function of mathematical model of kiln is to theoretically describe inputs and outputs, to find the relations between them and to derivate searched dependence of granulate moisture on moisture of drying gas on kiln output.
There are also more hybrid shredder/granulators, which reduce large chunks to granulate in one pass.
The blocks have straight, stepped, or V-shaped profiles, depending on the type of plastic and desired granulate size.
Premier beside-the-press granulators reduce sprues, runners, and rejected parts to clean uniform granulate.
Offers auger-feed, beside-the-press and heavy-duty upright granulators, central granulators, hogs, shredders, conveyors, parts separators, granulate removal systems and complete closed-loop reclaim systems that can separate, convey, shred, grind and reload molding machines.
Offers auger-feed, beside-the-press granulators, heavy-duty upright granulators, shredders, conveyors, parts separators, granulate removal systems and complete closed-loop reclaim systems that can separate, convey, shred, grind and reload molding machines.
representative for Mixacom, offering a densifier for shredding, densifying and recycling thermoplastic film, tape, bottles, blow molded scrap, and granulate in sizes from 30 to 300 gal.
For Bolta, the rheological properties of the 400 pm size granulate with colour pigment in a wax carrier are not the only decisive factors in terms of homogenisation; shearing is also reduced by the pigment carrier and cleaning requirements when changing colours or moulds are reduced.