|Be aware that the pin mixer is at times wrongly called a 'pin mill,' which it definitely is not. A pin mill grinds materials, reducing them in size; a pin mixer grows fines into micropellets or conditions fines with liquid. In fact, the term pin mixer-granulator is more descriptive of the equipment’s multiple functions than the shorter term pin mixer.|
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