The main working part of Hammer crusher is rotors with hammer. The rotors consist of main shaft, disk, pin shaft and hammers. The motor drives the rotors to rotate quickly in the crushing cavity. Raw materials enter the crusher through the feed opening and are stricken, impacted, cut and ground by the high-speed hammer to small size.
Brief introduction The hammer crusher (hammer mill) crushes material by the impact force between high-speed hammer and material. The PC hammer crusher (hammer mill)is developed for both dry and wet crushing of brittle, medium-hard materials for the mining, cement, coal, metallurgic material, construction material, road building, …
Hammer crusher is used for crushing medium hard materials with weak abrasiveness, and the compression strength of the materials to be crushed should not exceed 100MPa, and the water content should be lower than 15%. The materials that can be crushed by hammer crusher include coal, salt, chalk, gypsum
Standard Hammermill Crushers. Standard Hammermill Crushers have been successfully field proven in the aggregate, mining and cement industries. They are designed with a large feed opening, superior impact crushing power, and a high reduction ratio, making them a good choice for single crusher operations.
Hammer crusher is one of the main stone crushing machines for intermediate and fine crushing the brittle materials with less hardness such as limestone coal and other materials in metallurgy, building material, chemical and water-power industries. It has the features of big crushing ratio and even product granularity.
The hammer crusher (hammer mill) crushes materials by the collisions between the high-speed hammer and materials, and the hammer crusher (hammer mill) features are in its simple structure, high reduction ration, high efficiency, etc. The PC
Efficient three-stage crushing operations Hammer Crusher Double – shaft hammer crushers are mainly used in the cement industry for the comminution of soft to medium-hard, but also moist and tough materials: Limestone, gypsum, chalk, clay and marl, as well as lignite and pit coal.