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a device that causes material to gather into rounded balls

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The Plastcompactor CV is a disc agglomerator used to densify any thermoplastic materials, including thin film edge trim, carpeting rejects, polyester foam, plastic fibers, and pre-sorted domestic waste.
The -1 in material is conveyed to the agglomerator by a variable speed conveyor and minus 1/8 in pebble lime is then added at a rate of 2 kg/t.
They planned a 2-million-mt heap leach pad, and they bought a mixer, agglomerator and stacker, but from initial tests we believe not much of the ore needs agglomerating.
This latest project requires the company to supply two extraction lines each of the type FIC "2 in 1", 2--evaporators, 2--aroma recovery plant type ARC, a spray dryer type GIC, an agglomerator type RWA and a CONRAD WB, an extendable continuous freeze drying plant.
The Recostar Basic--recommended for lightweight materials such as fibers, non-wovens, and film--features an agglomerator drum attached tangentially to the extruder.
Agglomeration of KI in a pan agglomerator or a fluidized bed agglomerator readily produces particles in the desired range.
Further topics in the current issue include the success story of the agglomerator launched at the K '98 plastics trade fair and the introduction of a new subsidiary--turnkey supplier Warema--to readers.
Against the backdrop of a rotary drum agglomerator, FEECO's Vice President and General Manager, Lee Hoffmann, summed up export success when he told the publication, “having unique and well-built products that are not readily available around the world are really some of the keys to success.
By using a unique Schugi Flexomix agglomerator system Hosokawa Micron were able handle the difficult to agglomerate ingredients and to solve the problem of producing two different end products.
Castec displayed its Dust Agglomerator "Pak," a self-contained unit consisting of a dust hopper with a live bottom bin feeding a screw feed that controls throughput capacity into the high-speed mixing unit.
The presence of innovations in air pollution control such as the agglomerator, which captures fine particulates of size 2.