hammer crusher

- Feb 03, 2020-

Introduction to hammer crusher:

Hammer crusher is one of the main equipment for fine limestone, coal or other brittle materials with medium hardness in metallurgy, building materials, chemical industry and hydropower industries.

Our company has been designing and manufacturing hammer crusher for more than 30 years, the product structure is advanced, the performance is reliable, the work is stable, the energy consumption is low.The hammer crusher produced by our company has formed a series and is well received by customers at home and abroad.

Application scope of hammer crusher:

Hammer crusher is widely used in mineral processing plant, refractory plant, cement plant, glass plant and other industrial sectors for fine grinding medium hardness materials.It can be broken in two forms: dry and wet. The wet type is to grind the material with water seepage, while the dry type is to grind without water seepage.

Hammer crusher working principle:

The motor drives the rotor to rotate at high speed in the crushing chamber, and the material is fed into the machine from the upper feeding port, which is crushed by the impact, impact, shear and grinding action of the high speed moving hammer.In the lower part of the rotor, a sieve plate is provided, and the particles smaller than the size of the sieve hole in the crushing material are discharged through the sieve plate, while the coarse particles larger than the size of the sieve hole are kept on the sieve plate and continue to be hit and ground by the hammer, and finally discharged out of the machine through the sieve plate.

Structural features of hammer crusher:

The main working part of hammer crusher is the rotor with hammer (also known as hammer head).The rotor consists of a spindle, a disk, a pin and a hammer.The motor drives the rotor to rotate at high speed in the crushing chamber.The material is fed into the machine from the upper feeding port, and is crushed by the impact, impact, shear and grinding action of the high speed moving hammer.In the lower part of the rotor, a sieve plate is provided, and the particles smaller than the size of the sieve hole in the crushing material are discharged through the sieve plate, while the coarse particles larger than the size of the sieve hole are kept on the sieve plate and continue to be hit and ground by the hammer, and finally discharged out of the machine through the sieve plate.