blunger


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blunger

(ˈblʌndʒə)
n
(Ceramics) a large vat in which the contents, esp clay and water, are mixed by rotating arms

blunger

A vessel in which pottery ingredients are mixed.
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S/No Name No Size/Capacity Supplier Country 1 Jaw Crusher/Mill 1 1-2 tph/15Hp Nigeria 2 Blunger (body) 1 1000 " 3 Vibrating Siever 1 1M/Dim " 4 Blunger 1 2000L " 5 Ball Mill 1700MM(3.43M) U.K 6 Filter Press 1 300kg (32) " 7 Electro-Magnetio 1 2000lit/hr " Sieve 8 Lathe turner 3 Spindle holder " 9 Jigger/Jo ley 1 " 10 Kiln (Furnace) 2 5x2 1/2 x2M " S/No Name Pounds Naira 1 Jaw Crusher/Mill -- 15,000.00 2 Blunger (body) -- 14,000.00 3 Vibrating Siever -- 8,000.00 4 Blunger -- 20,000.00 5 Ball Mill 30,000 240,000.00 6 Filter Press 7,000 56,000.00 7 Electro-Magnetio 10,000 80,000.00 Sieve 8 Lathe turner 27,000 216,000.00 9 Jigger/Jo ley 20,000 160,000.00 10 Kiln (Furnace) 40,000 320,000.00 Source: Irabor et al (1998)
Tenders are invited for design, fabrication, supply, erection and commissioning of heavy duty twin shaft blunger system for blunging of china clay of different hardness/matrix
Observing that the concept of making this grand Wall Mural came after the huge success of KVICs Kumhaar Sashaktikaran Yojana in Varanasi where Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi had distributed 280 electric potter wheels along with blungers, pug-mills and kilns to 300 potter families, he said it had not only increased the income of village potters by four to five times, but also enhanced their output in the same ratio.