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Grinders, Shredders and Comminutors – An Evolving Technology

Grinders, Shredders and Comminutors – An Evolving Technology By William Galanty Comminution technology has been evolving quite rapidly in response to the increasing burden entrained solids have placed on treatment facilities. More advanced devices have been developed in rapid succession. The result has been an exciting and fluid race between the leading manufacturers to develop the best size reduction device. The latest […]

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Size Reduction Paradox

Excellent Equipment Is Being Designed In Spite of the Lack of a Single General Theory HAROLD E. GALANTY Franklin Miller Inc. Literature on size reduction is plentiful and several useful “laws” are available, but a` single generally acceptable theory has not been formulated. The frame-work is complex and promises to be more complex in the future. Click Here to Read the Full Article […]

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The Selection & Use of Sludge Muncher Grinders & Wastewater Munchers

The Selection & Use of Sludge Muncher Grinders & Wastewater Munchers Sludge grinders are inline processors that play an important role in the successful operation of wastewater treatment plants by reducing oversized solids that can causing jamming and damage to pumps and process equipment. Franklin Miller grinders are known for their heavy-duty capabilities and innovative designs with models available for a […]

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Selection of Industrial Shredders

  Shredders play an indispensable role in many applications including manufacturing, recycling, solid waste reduction, security, wastewater treatment, oil and gas production, the transportation and production of biosolids, and more. Shredding offers a multitude of benefits in addition to the most obvious – size reduction. Shredders are used for processing materials used for producing a product or fuel, protecting business intelligence […]

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Septage Receiving Challenges & Solutions

Background: Septage disposal requirements have come a long way since the days when haulers could simply discharge their loads into an open pit at a sewage treatment plant or off-load them into a field or lagoon. This process was often neither regulated nor monitored. Haulers submitted their own estimates of what and how much they dumped for billing purposes. This practice […]

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