BTMA–How does the impact crusher work?

Impact Crusher

The process of impact crusher is very simple, even people who are not familiar with the concept can understand. It consists of three main parts: impact rack, feeder and board hammer. These three parts combine to produce a crushing effect. After the material enters the crushing cavity, it is hit by the blower while the rotor rotates rapidly. The resulting collision will send material to the impact plate and cause them to be crushed again. This will happen until the material in the crushing cavity reaches the required size. The distance between the blow bar and the rotor can be adjusted to change the granularity.

The impact crusher is a powerful machine used to crush hard rocks and non-metallic materials. Their crushing edge length is 100-500mm, and the compressive strength is 350Mpa or higher. They are mainly used in mining, metallurgy and construction. They can be used for coarse, medium and fine crushing of various ores and rocks. To learn more about the impact crusher, please visit the Wikipedia page.

The working principle of the impact crusher is to hit the material with a hammer and break it into smaller pieces. Then the material is discharged from the lower part of the machine and discharged from the bottom. The size of the beating board determines the size of the crushed product. The crushing plate is made of anti-wear material, which doubles its wear resistance. This makes the impact crusher have a longer service life. If you are looking for a durable and reliable crusher, you have come to the right place.

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