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pul·ver·ize

(pŭl'vĕr-īz),
To reduce to a powder.
[L. pulverizo, fr. pulvis, pulveris, dust]

pulverize

[pul′vərīz]
Etymology: L, pulvis, dust
to reduce to a fine powder.
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Attrition pulverizing systems, ambient and cryogenic systems for milling LLDPE, LDPE, HDPE, PVC, ABS, SAN, PET, nylon, acrylics and other polymers.
Therefore, quantitatively measuring rotation speed and load provides the possibility of investigating the effect of such operation conditions [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] on the milling process, the pulverizing efficiency, and the mechanism of the equipment more quantitatively.
Powder King, a manufacturer of pulverizing and material-handling equipment, now offers a line of carousel and shuttle rotomolding equipment.
The entire QBI pulverizing process occurs in an enclosed environment.
Powder King also rolled out the smallest production pulverizing system in the PK line.
A new supplier of pulverizing systems that downsize pellets into 35-mesh powder introduced itself at the show.
By pulverizing cross-linked polymers, and blending them with selected natural minerals, the product becomes far more cost-effective than previously used, outdated, expensive polymer applications in agriculture.
It combines high-speed pulverizing technology with disinfectant to render all sharps non-recognizable and non-hazardous in seconds.
The metallics procedure involves pulverizing the entire sample to a nominal -150 mesh.
The PA 2000 plant boasts an elaborate automated material-handling system, massive shredding and pulverizing capability, 16 centrifuges for resin separation, and depolymerization reactors to return nylon 6 to caprolactam, which is then purified and made into "near-virgin"-quality nylon 6 again.
Unfortunately, this client gave no indication to Chemex that the sample was a gold concentrate and was processed using assay grade pulverizing equipment.
offers ambient and cryogenic grinding, jet pulverizing, screening, and blending.