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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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Proper evacuation of the regrind from the granulator can affect energy consumption and is also important not only in the performance of the granulator but also to regrind quality.
This, says the company, means the planer produces smaller chips that are more easily and uniformly size-reduced by the second-stage granulator.
That would involve a shredder/classifier feeding the Grizzly, feeding the granulator, feeding the powderizers, with appropriate metal and fiber separation at various points throughout.
Known for the Bi-Cutter screenless granulator, Size Reduction Specialists, East Lansing, Mich.
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 screens of the shredder and granulator are also cleaned by hand, blown with high-pressure air and vacuumed.
Bohle has introduced a new granulator that allows for continuous throughput of materials.
Netzsch-Condux now manufactures a fine cutting granulator.
Terra also manufactures and builds recycling plants, equipment, shredders, and granulator machines for reclaiming and utilizing raw materials.
In developing the customized 1514 CD/DVD granulator/recycler, Rapid Granulator retained a number of its Series 15 standard components.
A major trap is to think that a granulator is just a granulator and that horsepower and throat size are all you need to know to specify an effective granulation process.