After the white sugar is crystallized in the vacuum pans and remaining syrup is spun out via batch centrifugals, the Granulators finish the drying process. Similar to a tumble dryer, these machines toss the damp sugar while hot air is blown at temperatures around 114 degrees Fahrenheit. Functioning hand in hand with the Granulators are the Granulator Rotoclones, which are essentially large fans with water nozzles to collect sugar dust. Dust control is crucial in a sugar refinery because fine dust particles suspended in air have the potential to be very explosive.