|During many years of consulting and of teaching agglomeration at the Center for Professional Advancement in the US and Europe, Institute for Briquetting and Agglomeration biennial conferences, and other places, I’ve found that I repeatedly receive certain questions about size enlargement. My answers often depend on the questioner’s specific agglomeration equipment, but I can draw some general conclusions from the common questions and make general recommendations here.|
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