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to break up into tiny particles

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form into grains

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become granular

form granulating tissue

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This granulate falls after going through the cyclone into the collecting container and is added again into prepared emulsion.
s2]--specific thermal capacity of granulate on output [J.
From here the mensural moisture of granulate can be expressed [u.
Goal of these studies was on the base of obtained experimental measurements and defined input and output parameters of drying to express dependency of moisture of ceramic granulate (u2) on moisture of output drying gas (Y2).
Sprinkle drying kiln ceramic granulate drying characteristic and experimental measurements of the drying process parameters.
Special-purpose granulators include under-the-press, auger-feed sprue-and-runner grinders, hot-melt grinders, and special film granulators in both single-stage models for conventional film fluff and dual-stage versions for high-density, finer-mesh granulate.
Optional equipment includes pneumatic take-away of granulate, or right-angle auger unload system.
Through-put ranges from 35 lb/hr to giant units, which can granulate over 8800 lb/hr.
Cutting-chamber design is said to allow air cooling of hot granulate for fast throughput without gumming or clogging, and to ensure operating noise levels below 80 dbA for most applications.
Throughput ranges from 20 to 35 lb/hr to giant units which can granulate over 8800 lb/hr.
The GMI beside-the-press series is designed to reduce sprues, runners, and rejected parts to clean uniform granulate.
Units have various styles of grinding plates, adjustable gap clearance between the grinding surfaces, and predetermined runnerhead speeds so that they can be used to grind, pulverize, granulate, or blend powder mixtures.