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  • n. A machine that converts a material into pellets


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  • Apart from the gasifier and pelletizer, much of the equipment is off-the-shelf.


  • "We crack the cell matrix of the foam by heating it up in a pelletizer" and extracting the remaining coolants, he said.

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  • The process involves running it through a machine that contains a hammer mill (to break down larger pieces) and a pelletizer.


  • The oatmeal-like residue left when oil is squeezed from seeds is put through a pelletizer to become livestock feed.

  • The feed system and pelletizer needs to be robust in handling all sorts of different waste streams to limit downtime of the system


  • Into this volume, the system IST Energy has designed includes space for 3 tons of MSW storage at the front end (so it only has to be fed once per day), with a shredder, dryer, pelletizer, zero-emission gasifier, and internal combustion engine electricity generator that runs on the syngas extracted from the MSW.


  • This pelletizer project in Palmerton will spill over little bit in the first quarter next year but most of the capital relative to the wash circuit should be completed this year. Home Page

  • We're also expecting further improvements to the pelletizer project that we are installing in our Palmerton plant should result in even further improvements in furnace recovery because we'll have less iron carryover coming into our smelter which negatively affects the recovery. Home Page


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