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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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Most applications where a shredder is utilized will also require a granulator for the final size reduction.
"What most users don't realise is that the purchase price of a granulator is generally less than 20% of its total lifecycle costs," comments Rapid marketing manager, Bengt Rimark.
"Our sheet granulator from Summit Systems runs from a high volume thermoforming machine 24-7, with a continued feed of skeletal waste feeding through.
New Model 0308 system was created for limited-space environments and built so that it can be easily mounted press-side to an existing granulator system.
Existing SRS screenless granulators can be updated with the Bridge-Building technology.
To handle the special requirements of film and sheet reclaim, the FSG series granulator has an in-feed section that can handle edge and bleed trim, off-spec rolls (with option feed roll) or hand-fed materials.
Colortronic, Inc., has introduced tour series of granulators designed for the plastics-processing industry.
West Midlands-based Recycled UK invested in a new 40 Series Cumberland granulator from Renmar in order to help it process over 100 tonnes of various materials for UK consumption each week, along with a variety of other materials for overseas markets.
There really is no minimum throughput rate for a granulator. Except for the energy required to start and run the rotor, a properly sized granulator can chop thousands of pounds of scrap as easily as a few pounds.
A rubber granulator can lend itself well to automation.
Avian Granulator products are manufactured in the company's state-of-the-art processing facility in Shanghai, and include plastic granulators, shredders and pulverisers suitable for use in moulding, blow moulding, machine-side recycling and centralised recycling.
The Model 525 granulator is designed to process full 37 kg (80 lb.) bales of natural or synthetic rubber in a single pass.