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granulate

[′gran·yə‚lāt]
(chemistry)
To form or crystallize into grains, granules, or small masses.
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Traditional high shear granulating has three phases: dry mix, liquid addition, and wet massing.
High-torque shredders and complete reduction systems for processing dense and bulky plastic materials prior to granulating.
Also offers from OMP Prealpina complete washing plants with granulating, float/sink and centrifuge separation, washing tanks, dryers, and single- and twin-screw extruders.
Maintenance of the company's tire granulating system is basically confined to routine knife changing operations and housekeeping, according to the literature.
Traditionally, rubber granulating has been a dirty and noisy operation.
The GR1600 granulator/grinder, fitted with two granulating and two grinding chambers, is specifically designed to both granulate steel-free rubber chips of up to 8 mm in size, without the overheating and low capacity problems generally encountered with the plastic granulators traditionally used by tire recyclers, according to the literature.
Removable cutting-chamber inserts are a solution to high wear from granulating glass-filled and other abrasive materials.
The Blackfriars tire granulating system, featured in a four-color, four-page brochure, is said to be an economical and reliable package which produces consistent granule quality on a continuous basis.
Air Products is said to bring to the alliance expertise in the use of cryogens to enhance the cooling and granulating of various heat-sensitive or difficult-to-grind materia]s.
Low-horsepower dual-stage units for lumps and purgings have chipping-knife stage that feeds chips into a second stage for granulating.
USG high-capacity granulator designed for large-volume recycling operation and for granulating large and tough materials.
Used and rebuilt sorting, granulating, washing, and drying systems for post-consumer and post-industrial recycling.