Secondary Impact Crusher

Generally, these types of crusher are applicable to obtain the aggregate at the sizes suitable for production of asphalt and concrete. For these purposes cubic aggregate is preferred since the angular and rough surface has high binding properties. Impact crushers have an ability to reduce aggregate by 9 times and obtain cubic aggregate without weak or crack points.

Generally, these types of crusher are applicable to obtain the aggregate at the sizes suitable for production of asphalt and concrete. For these purposes cubic aggregate is preferred since the angular and rough surface has high binding properties. Impact crushers have an ability to reduce aggregate by 9 times and obtain cubic aggregate without weak or crack points.

Advantages

  • Even at the condition of outworn of parts, continuously cubic material production;
  • High size reduction capacity;
  • Firm body;
  • High productivity with low energy consumption;
  • Easy maintenance and operation;
  • Low operating cost.

Principe of work

Stone crushed in the primary crusher feeds the secondary impact crusher. Aggregate hits to crushing elements in the first zone with the hammers placed on the turning rotor. Even materials that are very difficult to break can be easily broken with the high pressure and crushing power formed in this area. When the crushed material reaches the desired dimensions, it passes to the second zone.

If the crushed materials in the first zone are too large to pass into the second one, return back to the first zone with the help of the crushing elements and pass again through to the same process until they are reduced to a suitable size. When a stone reaches the desired dimensions, it passes to the second zone and became a subject to crushing process. Thus, it is reduced to smaller sizes. In the third zone, the final crushing process takes place, allowing the material to be reduced to the smallest possible dimensions.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Generally, these types of crusher are applicable to obtain the aggregate at the sizes suitable for production of asphalt and concrete. For these purposes cubic aggregate is preferred since the angular and rough surface has high binding properties. Impact crushers have an ability to reduce aggregate by 9 times and obtain cubic aggregate without weak or crack points.

Generally, these types of crusher are applicable to obtain the aggregate at the sizes suitable for production of asphalt and concrete. For these purposes cubic aggregate is preferred since the angular and rough surface has high binding properties. Impact crushers have an ability to reduce aggregate by 9 times and obtain cubic aggregate without weak or crack points.

Advantages

  • Even at the condition of outworn of parts, continuously cubic material production;
  • High size reduction capacity;
  • Firm body;
  • High productivity with low energy consumption;
  • Easy maintenance and operation;
  • Low operating cost.

Principe of work

Stone crushed in the primary crusher feeds the secondary impact crusher. Aggregate hits to crushing elements in the first zone with the hammers placed on the turning rotor. Even materials that are very difficult to break can be easily broken with the high pressure and crushing power formed in this area. When the crushed material reaches the desired dimensions, it passes to the second zone.

If the crushed materials in the first zone are too large to pass into the second one, return back to the first zone with the help of the crushing elements and pass again through to the same process until they are reduced to a suitable size. When a stone reaches the desired dimensions, it passes to the second zone and became a subject to crushing process. Thus, it is reduced to smaller sizes. In the third zone, the final crushing process takes place, allowing the material to be reduced to the smallest possible dimensions.

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