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granulator

[′gran·yə‚lād·ər]
(food engineering)
A revolving cylinder in which sugar is dried and granulated.
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The granulator is often the most profit-generating piece of equipment in a plastics processing factory.
The Raptor Series is a shredder and granulator hybrid with the shredder's heavy-duty cutting technology combined with granulator features such as Rapid's 'open-hearted' design that makes it super-easy to operate, service and clean," says Rapid Global Sales and Marketing Director Bengt Rimark.
Make a simple ROI calculation and you will see how quickly a granulator will pay for itself (Fig.
Lifco (STO:LIFCO) announced on Wednesday that it has signed an agreement to acquire Rapid Granulator, a manufacturer of granulators for in-plant recycling of plastic waste.
The screens of the shredder and granulator are also cleaned by hand, blown with high-pressure air and vacuumed.
The fine cutting granulator is ideal for processing both cellulose and film, improving flow properties and increasing the bulk density, according to Netzsch.
Terra also manufactures and builds recycling plants, equipment, shredders, and granulator machines for reclaiming and utilizing raw materials.
This latest model completes the G-Max granulator series, which now consists of G-Max 12, G-Max 23 as the latest development, and G-Max 33.
13101-2016, authorizing the city mayor of Cagayan de Oro to enter into and sign the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Department of Agriculture-Regional Field Office-10 covering the grant of one unit cassava granulator, as requested by the Balubal Association MPC.
Size-reduction equipment specialist Rapid Granulator has launched the LBB 300 series, a granulator with a very low height for handling sheet and film scrap.
18 February 2015 - Swedish investment company Lifco (STO: LIFCO) has signed an agreement to acquire Swedish recycling equipment maker Rapid Granulator, the company said on Wednesday.
The granulator itself is a significant user of energy, but that usage can be minimized and made more efficient by four key considerations presented here.