wet mill

wet mill

[′wet ′mil]
(mechanical engineering)
A grinder in which the solid material to be ground is mixed with liquid.
A mill in which the grinding energy is developed by a fast-flowing liquid stream; for example, a jet pulverizer.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Coffee also helps inform farmers where the premium grades will fetch them good money when they want to sell their coffee.After receiving coffee samples from a wet mill, Mr Kinuthia says, the first step is to measure the moisture content, which should range from 10 to 12 per cent before milling and then medium roasting the coffee beans.
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Among the hazardous conditions cited during the inspection, MSHA found that an electrician working in the crusher area had been cleaning and performing maintenance on a 480-volt fully-energized switch gear, and there were spent mercury containers found at the bottom of wet mill stairs rather than being stored in a manner that would protect miners from mercury exposure.
26 -- Quadro introduced the Ytron HV0 Emulsifier and Wet Mill, which is a formulation lab-scale machine.
Roquette will fund and build a joint venture-owned, commercial-scale manufacturing plant with capacity in the tens of thousands of tons of annual production located at a Roquette corn wet mill. In addition, Roquette will provide upfront licensing payments to Solazyme and working capital to fund the joint venture until reaching profitability.
The additional primary products from a wet mill generate over 50 cents per bushel more revenue than a traditional dry mill and, when further processed, contribute more than $1.00 per bushel more revenue than a dry mill.
Located adjacent to ADM's corn wet mill in Clinton, Iowa, the new plant will use starch from the mill's existing corn-grind capacity as raw material.
The $5 million pilot plant is comprised of a new 4,250 square foot facility built by Titanium Corporation to house its wet mill separation plant, together with an adjoining 2,800 square foot dry mill separation plant that is leased from the Saskatchewan Research Council.