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Operating principle of hammer crusher


Hardware - Oct 13 2012
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Question:Hammer crushers are of a progressive design that combines the advantages of impact crusher with those of hammer crushers. Crushers liming are predominantly used for single-stage crushing of extracted limestone, dolomite, gypsum, limestone marl as well as other medium hard materials and materials that contain sticking clays and loams.
Working Principle of hammer crusher
The main working part of this series of stone breaker 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 stone crusher through the feed opening and are stricken, impacted, cut and ground by the high-speed hammer to small size. There is a screening plate under the rotor, so that materials with size smaller than the screen mesh will be screened out and others are left to be further hammered and ground until reach the standard size. The size of the final product can be adjusted by changing the screening plate. The gap between the rotors and the screening plate can also be adjusted according to different requirement.
Not only can the Hammer Crusher be applied in crushing production line and sand making production line, but it also replaces the cone crusher in beneficiation production line. Due to their superior quality and dependable service, Zhengzhou vipeak products have been exported in large quantities to over 75 countries and regions such as India Pakistan Mongolia, Vietnam, France, Germany, Malaysia, Turkey, Middle East, Africa, etc.
http://www.infostonecrusher.com/
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