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granulate

(grăn′yə-lāt′)
v. granu·lated, granu·lating, granu·lates
v.tr.
1. To form into grains or granules.
2. To make rough and grainy.
v.intr.
To become granular or grainy.

gran′u·la′tive adj.
gran′u·la′tor n.
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Function of mathematical model of kiln is to theoretically describe inputs and outputs, to find the relations between them and to derivate searched dependence of granulate moisture on moisture of drying gas on kiln output.
Radial beside-the-press granulator with rotor that moves in a circular path around a vertical axis at 1750 rpm, creating a high level of centrifugal force to drive scrap material through knives and the granulate through the screens.
The blocks have straight, stepped, or V-shaped profiles, depending on the type of plastic and desired granulate size.
The first goal in granulating is to produce uniform granulate in a size close to that of the virgin resin and with a minimum of fines.
Offers auger-feed, beside-the-press and heavy-duty upright granulators, central granulators, hogs, shredders, conveyors, parts separators, granulate removal systems and complete closed-loop reclaim systems that can separate, convey, shred, grind and reload molding machines.
A very large centrifugal dryer was custom built to handle the fine granulate, replacing the vibrating tunnel dryer that was used at first.
Premier beside-the-press granulators are designed to reduce sprues, runners, and rejected parts to clean uniform granulate.
The Premier beside-the-press series is designed to reduce sprues, runners, and rejected parts to clean uniform granulate.
representative for Mixacom, offering a densifier for shredding, densifying and recycling thermoplastic film, tape, bottles, blow molded scrap, and granulate in sizes from 30 to 300 gal.
RPC revenues, without granulate sales, declined by US$1.
Revenues: Total revenues, without granulate sales, were 1.