Crushing for that Special Shape
The size and shape of crushed rock is important when meeting the specifications of a particular job. This line up of tertiary crushers can help make it happen.
by Kerry Clines, Senior Editor
Impactor with third crushing chamber
Stedman says that the Crush Plus Grinding Path System on its Grand Slam secondary horizontal shaft impactor creates a third crushing chamber to maximize one-pass product yield, minimize oversize, improve material soundness, and produce highly cubical product. The impactor series uses high-chrome metallurgy to increase wear life and reduce metal replacement costs.
Stedman’s “H” Series Multi-Cage Mill is available in four sizes up to 250 tons per hour with two-, four-, or six-row design. The company says the mill can crush, grind, pulverize, blend, and mix a variety of materials — wet, sticky, or dry. Air cannons are mounted at the intake and discharge to help prevent wet, sticky material buildup; heaters are installed on the grinder housing to help retard wet material buildup.
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