The system is ideal for handling free flowing or friable materials, especially in large quantities.
What does FM stand for?
FM stands for Friable Material
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- Freaking Magic (polite form; especially applied to programming or electronics)
- Freddie Mercury (Queen lead singer)
- Free Market
- Freedom Medicine (Pakistan NGO)
- Frequency Management
- Frequency Modulate
- Frequency Modulated
- Frequency Modulation
- Frequency Multiplier (NIOSH)
- Freshness Manager (computing)
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It is a very friable material without the stringy bulk of straw, so in some ways it is easier to use.
Use your own compost if it has sufficiently broken down into a dark, friable material.
High-speed disc pulverizers for medium-hard, impact-resistant, and friable materials.
Some may still think of roller technology in its crudest form, with the 'crushers' haphazardly pulverizing friable materials down to a reduced size.
According to tests conducted by the company, there is little or no particle breakdown during mixing, even in friable materials.
Specialty saws include plate saws for cutting bars and plates into strips of varying lengths, and diamond saws that use diamond-edge band blades for slicing friable materials like quartz, glass, and carbide.
Weigh belt feeders are used in batch and continuous applications for higher feed rates of pellets and granular materials, where headroom is limited, or when feeding friable material that may be damaged by other feeding methods.