from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who or that which granulates; specifically, a granulating-machine.


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  • A progressive coffee-packing house may have three different styles of grinding machines; one called the granulator for turning out the so-called "steel-cut" coffee; the second, a pulverizer for making a really fine grind; and the third, a grinding mill for general factory work and producing a medium-ground coffee.

    All About Coffee 1909

  • The chase would have then continued across a salt mine with the two mortal enemies scrambling over the pure white hills of salt before Blofeld would fall to his death in a salt granulator.

    The Best Worst Bond Movie Jaime J. Weinman 2008

  • The filtered cake is disintegrated in a continuous sieve-type granulator with a BS 10 sieve to remove the trash which is collected separately, dried, and sold along with the sun-dried peels as animal feed-stuffs.

    Chapter 6 1984

  • Burns in 1867, 1872, and 1874 obtained his granulator patents.

    All About Coffee 1909

  • Another granulator patent was issued to him in 1872.

    All About Coffee 1909

  • In 1867, Jabez Burns was granted a United States patent on an improved coffee cooler, mixer, and grinding mill, or granulator.

    All About Coffee 1909

  • The average granulator will turn out about five hundred pounds of "steel-cut" coffee in an hour; the pulverizer, from seventy-five to two hundred pounds; and the average grinding mill from five hundred to six hundred pounds.

    All About Coffee 1909

  • Highprecision gravimetric dosing equipment with Real-Time Live Scale technology, together with the crimper grinding mill and granulator series, rounded off the exhibition program.

    Aktuellste Pressemeldungen der PresseBox Wittmann Battenfeld GmbH 2010

  • Navigator row guidance system; 3pt. 6 'rotary mower; Gandy granulator tank, hoses & mount; 3pt. 8' double auger snowblower; 2R PTO potato digger; 1R potato digger.

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  • This was the site of the Foucher Plantation, owned by Paul Foucher, son of a New Orleans mayor and son-in-law of Etienne de Bore, famed as the granulator of sugar from cane syrup.

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