Optimum parameters and methods of processing hard-alloywastes
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Methods that employ vibratory crushers have been developed to recycle waste products made of hard alloys. The resulting fine powders, in the form of cubical granules, can be further processed into finished products by the methods of powder metallurgy.
Key wordshard alloys recycling of wastes conical-inertial crusher vibrating jaw crusher cubical and flat-surface granules
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