Definition of Granulators

1. granulator [n] - See also: granulator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Granulators

granularly
granulary
granulate
granulated
granulated opium
granulated sugar
granulates
granulating
granulatio
granulation
granulation tissue
granulationes
granulationes arachnoideales
granulations
granulator
granulators (current term)
granule
granule cell
granule cell of connective tissue
granule cells
granules
granuliferous
granuliform
granulite
granulites
granulitic
granulo-
granuloblast
granuloblastosis
granulocyte

Literary usage of Granulators

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1. Technology of Cellulose Esters: A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on the by Edward Chauncey Worden (1921)
"Eventually it will be discharged from the granulators to a conveyor and taken to a bucket ... The final layout is 14 granulators for each retort house, ie, ..."

2. Fire Insurance Inspection & Underwriting by Charles Carroll Dominge, W. O. Lincoln (1920)
"Dust hazard is also present at granulators and conveyors. ... Dust from granulators and pulverizers should be settled by spraying in an enclosed chamber of ..."

3. The Practical Sugar Planter: A Complete Account of the Cultivation and by Leonard Wray (1848)
"The concentrated syrup, after leaving the vacuum pan. enters the granulators, where it remains until it has become granulated. These vessels are of such ..."

4. Sugar; a Popular Treatise: A Popular Treatise by Allen Ray Kahn (1921)
"The "first" or "white sugar," upon being run through the dryers or "granulators" loses about 3% moisture and comes out a 99.8 or 99.9% sugar ready for ..."

5. Sugar; a Popular Treatise: A Popular Treatise by Allen Ray Kahn (1921)
"granulators: White sugar leaving centrifugals contains a certain per cent of ... From the granulators it is conveyed by scrolls to the hoppers supplying the ..."

6. Sugar: A Simple Treatise on Beet Sugar Manufacture by Allen Ray Kahn, Le Roy Samuel Weatherby (1921)
"The "first" or "white sugar," upon being run through the dryers or "granulators" loses about 3% moisture and comes out a 99.8 or 99.9% sugar ready for ..."

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