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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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The new machining centers in Bredaryd will produce the key machine components for all Rapid granulators.
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Upon completion of the acquisition, Rapid Granulator will be consolidated in the company's division Environmental Technology, a part of the business area Systems Solution.
Taylor says, "When scrap volume is high and/or the parts being processed are difficult for a granulator to process, a primary shredder benefits the size-reduction system by feeding the granulator a smaller, more consistent and even flow of material.
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For its part, the city government shall provide a garage or shed to properly secure the cassava granulator and ensure that the same is placed in a desirable and safety environment/area during actual operations and when not in use and operate the equipment in accordance with its objectives and purpose.
Depending on the granulator and motor size, the starter or controls can greatly affect energy use and efficiency.
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While Lorandi Silos, Nova Frigo and Avian Granulator are all known names in the industry, K Show visitors may be less familiar with the latter since the company is based in Shanghai as opposed to the other two which are European.
ANDRITZ MeWa, part of international technology Group ANDRITZ, has received an order from Nothnagel Wertstoffverarbeitung GmbH with headquarters in Hartenstein, Germany, to supply three Universal Granulators UG 1600 S.
The operator can walk away as the shredder continuously processes the material to a comfortable particle size for the granulator, which will further size-reduce to the desired level.
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