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Publication Date: 06/2001
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Size reduction overview: Shear, compression, and impact

Whether your material must be reduced to a particle size measured in millimeters or microns, there's a machine that can handle the job. This article introduces size reduction methods and describes common examples of equipment based on each method.

Most powders that are part of our everyday lives -- in the medicines we use, the foods we eat, and the plastic parts in the appliances and computers we operate -- start out as larger particles or agglomerates that must be reduced to a specified size. But each dry bulk material has its own characteristics, and these determine which type of size reduction machine is suited to reducing it.

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