The PP Series Portable Impact Crusher which SANME manufactured is made by the latest manufacturing technologyand is made of high-chrome plate hammer and wearable impact plates, is high crushing ratio.
PP Series Portable Crushing Plants are of short length. Different crushing equipment is separately installed on a separate mobile chassis. Its short wheelbase and tight turning radius mean they can be transported on highway and moved at crushing sites.
PP Series Portable Crushing Plants can crush materials on-site. It is unnecessary to carry the materials from one site and then crush them in another one, which can greatly lower the transporting cost for off-site crushing.
According to the different requirements of different crushing process, PP Series Portable Crushing Plants can form the following two processes of "crushing first, screening second" or "screening first, crushing second". The crushing plant can be composed of two-stage plants or three-stage plants. The two-stage plants consists primary crushing plant and secondary crushing plant, while the three-stage plants includes primary crushing plant, secondary crushing plant and tertiary crushing plant, each of which is of high flexibility and can be used individually.
Materials by the feeder evenly delivered to the crusher, impact crusher is initial crushing, constitute a closed system circular with vibrating screen, materials achieve to cycle broken, finished materials go to output by the conveyor, and go through continuous crushing operations. According to actual needs of production, we can remove the circular vibrating screen from impact mobile crushing plant, achieve directly to preliminary broken, easy to operate with other crushing equipment, flexible to use.
Materials by the feeder evenly delivered to the crusher,impact crusheris initial crushing, constitute a closed system circular with vibrating screen, materials achieve to cycle broken, finished materials go to output by the conveyor, and go through continuous crushing operations. According to actual needs of production, we can remove the circular vibrating screen from impact mobile crushing plant, achieve directly to preliminary broken, easy to operate with othercrushing equipment, flexible to use.
Senya Tech provides cone crusher, vertical shaft impact crusher, impact crusher, jaw crusher,which are widely used for the primary, secondary and tertiary hard-rock crushing for stone-processing line and sand-making line.
Senya Tech provides MP Mobile Crushing Plants and Portable Crushing Plants, which can move to the source of stones with high efficiency, flexibility and low costs, and compose a complicated application. It includes jaw crusher, impact crusher, cone crusher, vibrating screen and other combination type, which can be transported wholly-assembled and apart.
Senya Tech offer a wide range of mobile rock crushers, scalpers&screeners, both tracked and wheeled, including jaw, cone&impact crushers.Mobile crushing and screening equipments developed by Senya are used widely in mining, crushing, construction waste recycling fields etc.
Mobile Impact Crusher Plant adopt new technology and choose high quality High-chromium plate hammer and Wear- resisting impact plate. The big crushing ratio and good particle shape make mobile impact crusher owns a broader application
Materials are transported to the impact crusher through the feeder, after the primary crushing of jaw crusher, using the circular vibrating screen to realize recycling crushing. The finished materials are transported out by the belt conveyor to be crushed continuously. Mobile impact crusher can remove circular vibrating screen according to the actual production needs to realize the primary crushing directly. It has the advantage of simple and flexible operation.
Dewo machinery can provides complete set of crushing and screening line, including Hydraulic Cone Crusher, Jaw Crusher, Impact Crusher, Vertical Shaft Impact Crusher (Sand Making Machine), fixed and movable rock crushing line, but also provides turnkey project for cement production line, ore beneficiation production line and drying production line.
Processing lumpy soil, crushing brick debris, filtering rocks from compost material such tasks are abrasive and difficult. Instead of dealing with the hassle, small contractors often shove aside clumped soil, fill landfills with broken debris and hand-toss the worst of the rocks. But heres an idea: Why not transform that difficult waste into something reusable? Using a crusher or screening attachment on a skid steer, track loader, wheel loader or mini excavator, even small contractors can repropose manufactured material that once was discarded.
The attachments range from simple to complex in operation. All rely on hydraulic pressure and gravity and some notable engineering features including plastic separators. Plastic? Yes, at the heart of the Gyru-Star screening bucket are bright yellow polyurethane fins that, individually, are roughly star-shaped in profile. They have proven more durable than steel in certain applications.
The fins are flexible, a characteristic that lets material up to a half inch in diameter slip through without clogging. The material being screened rolls across and through the top of a fin with retained rocks and other oversized material tumbling in place till it is dumped. The fins also are lighter than if made of steel, which translates into a lighter bucket. A smaller model Gyru-Star screening bucket weighs just 350 lbs, which means compact excavators weighing about a ton and having standard auxiliary hydraulic flow can utilize the attachment.
The polyurethanes flexibility resists forces that wear it down, says Eric Ransome of Ransome Attachments, a New Jersey regional distributor of the English-made Gyru-Star. Demolition debris can affect its lifespan, but under normal screening of natural materials, its pretty typical for the fins to last one to two years before needing replacement.
Rotation of the fins can be reversed, but they need to properly operate in one direction when screening. Customers also learn that periodically reversing the spin can self-clean the buckets of clinging clay. This is where the bucket is really proving its worth, effectively screening wet soil and compost that clogs up traditional screens, says Ransome. Its ability to screen wet product with a compact machine impresses everyone.
Ransome also offers the Cobra screener-crusher bucket, which has been made and marketed in Finland for 25 years. A smaller model, the K-120, is suitable for compact excavators and is called on to prepare topsoil, compost, process frozen sand and recycle screening
What sets the Cobra apart is quality of manufacture, Ransome says. Its new to the U.S. market but proven in Europe and has the quality you would expect in a top tier screening-crushing bucket. It comes in at a significant savings for a customer without a reduction in quality versus the other brands.
MB Crusher offers two types of screening buckets. The MB-S10 S4 looks like a basket instead of the typical bucket. When a load of material is scooped up, it falls into a cylindrical container with holes in the side panels. The basket is spun and material of a certain size is thrown out as determined by the hole size in the insertable modular panels. Oversized residue is then dumped. The MB-S10 S4 bucket weighs 860 lbs and is suitable for 3.5-ton compact excavators. Its commonly employed in on-site processing of natural materials ideal for landscapers and for sorting material in small contractor yards.
If more aggressive screening is needed, the company offers its HDS Shafts Screener. The smallest model is the MB-HDS214. It weighs 1,807 lbs and is recommended for 6- to 12-ton excavators and 5-ton skid steer loaders with at least 19 gpm of hydraulic flow. Instead of separating material through centrifugal force, the screener sifts material using rotating shafts that are available in four different types, and the rotating shafts can be easily changed on site in complete safety. Just one person can do this in a matter of minutes. MB Crushers patented system keeps the rotating supports in place. The rotors can easily be removed and re-positioned, while the angular alignment is kept in place.
The MB-S10 is strictly for separating materials based on sizes, noted MB Crusher in a statement. The biggest stay in the basket and the smallest come out. The MB-HDS214 is definitely a more versatile attachment that alone is capable of overcoming the various challenges faced every day by those involved in earth removal, excavation, demolition, recycling, agricultural activities and landscaping. The MB-HDS Series selects and crushes excavation and demolition materials, asphalt, coal, organic materials, wood, bark and light plastics. It also enables products to be re-purposed immediately. Most of our shafts screener customers are landscapers doing topsoil compost work or sorting bark material.
What guidelines are there for renting or buying one screener or the other? The biggest thing to consider is the weight of the machine and its hydraulic flow and, of course, what the job is. We can help someone find the right one, noted the company
MB Crusher also manufactures crushers, of course. In fact, the Italian firm invented the bucket crusher, introducing the product in 2001. The lightest models of its jaw crusher are suitable for mini excavators (MB-C50 model) and skid steers (MB-L120 model). The MB-C50 mouth opening is 21 in. wide, great for narrow spaces and weighs 1,653 lbs. The skid steer model is 29 in. wide and weighs nearly a ton. These are the smallest units of the jaw crusher lines. Its perfect for contractors taking out driveways and sidewalks and wanting to process the waste material on site. The relatively low-decibel crushing operation makes them attractive for urban worksites. Another sales point is the MB Crusher buckets relatively low maintenance. The biggest wear piece is the jaw itself. Each crusher has two jaws, of course. What is handy is that the jaws are interchangeable, extending lifespan significantly.
Finnish manufacturing firm ALLU offers a truly transformative bucket option aptly named the Transformer Screener Crusher. Smaller Transformer models can be attached to small excavators and wheel loaders for assorted applications. They can handle top soil, compost, asphalt and other natural and waste materials.
It screens, crushes, pulverizes, aerates, blends, mixes and separates, transforming the materials, says sales director Jeroen Hinnen. The Transformer will process just about anything sent its way.
Its versatility is by design. In the bucket is a patented configuration of blades that spin between combs, or slotted frames, which carry most of the weight of scooped up burden. What determines the fineness of transformed material is choosing between single, double or triple blade combinations. That is, a single blade can be joined with another, or two others, with the combs then moved to accommodate the blade thickness. Dimensions of screened material ranges from a third of an inch to 4 in.
Switching the blades and screens only takes about half an hour. The most common setup is two-blade mode, Hinnen says. As for the blades, two types can be inserted a standard blade for screening and an axe version for crushing or shredding.
The Transformer has been designed to deal with soft rocks, bricks and so forth, Hinnen says. Minerals commonly processed include iron ore and coal. Its not advised to crush harder minerals, such as granite, but developments are underway that will enable this to be done.
Loegering Power Attachments, an ASV Holdings Inc. brand, offers the ST Series stabilizing and milling attachments, new to the North American market. Made up of the ST1000 and ST600, the ST Series are versatile attachments that give contractors in the construction and roadwork industries the ability to complete milling and stabilizing applications with the same tool. This dual option is accomplished through a unique drum design and precise level control for accurate milling. The ST Series features superior level and depth control and has the ability to follow the contour of the pavement independent of the loader. Featuring twin hydraulic motor drives for improved productivity, the attachments are manufactured with heavy-duty construction, featuring a robust 1-in.-thick frame. For more info, visit loegeringpower.com.
If bigger always were better, we wouldnt have compact equipment. Thanks to Screen Machine Industries, aggregate handlers now have a compact line of portable and stationary screening and crushing equipment. Under the flag of SMI Compact, the company offers four downsized crushers and screens on tracks and two stationary models.
Our forte is the big stuff. We know how to build the big ones, says David Stewart, director of marketing for SMI Compact. But we do a lot of tracking of what is trending in the industry, and we got excited about the possibility of offering a complementary line of equipment to a completely different audience.
Stewart said customers for the small crushers are contractors tearing up a concrete or asphalt driveway or patio, or municipalities recycling street paving material. A municipality might have one of these in an equipment yard and feed waste material through it three or four times a year.
Three sizes of portable jaw crushers are offered, ranging from a capacity of 10 tons per hour to 20 tons and 50 tons. We thought the 20-ton model would be the best-seller because it can be hauled behind a pickup and still offer reasonable production. But, so far, the 50-ton model is the most popular. I think as the market matures, once they see how they work, there will be a progression to the smaller machines.
Each of the crushers can reduce concrete debris to three quarters of an inch almost to the size of base for concrete. So small-scale concrete demolition projects can repurpose the material on site rather than pay to have it hauled away. Stationary models come without an engine. Says Stewart: Not having a power unit is a nice feature of the stationary models. They run off the power and hydraulics of a host machine. That reduces the cost. They probably are one-third the price of a portable crusher or screener.
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Explore Eagle Crushers full line of heavy duty impact crushers, our most popular selling plants. See for yourself how Eagle has earned its worldwide reputation for providing producers with some of the hardest working plants in the industry.
All of our portable plants come equipped with Eagles unsurpassed, UltraMax solid-steel, three-bar sculptured rotor, the industrys heaviest. And its the only rotor in the industry with a lifetime rotor warranty.*
One plant in the series, the 400-04 CV, designed for your smaller-sized jobs. Equipped with the UltraMax UM-04 impactor with a 27 x 32 (686mm x 813mm) feed opening. This plant outperforms similarly sized track units for production and quality of product.
Stealth 500, specifically configured to help cost-conscious businesses enter the aggregate industry for an unexpectedly low initial investment price, also allows existing producers to economically add to their fleets. An all-electric plant that provides high production crushing and screening on one chassis.
RapiDeploy, is the industrys first-ever portable impactor plant with built-in, retractable conveyors that can crush, screen, separate, and stockpile, all in one pull, featuring closed-circuit crushing and screening on one chassis.
Two plants in the series, designed for your medium-sized jobs and equipped with the UltraMax UM-15 impactor with a 42 x 32 (1067mm x 813mm) feed opening. These plants replace jaw/cone/screen multi-unit systems for a much lower initial investment.
Four plants in the series, designed for your larger-sized jobs. All four are equipped with the UltraMax UM-25 impactor with a 48 x 34 (1219mm x 864mm) feed opening. These plants replace jaw/cone/screen multi-unit systems for a much lower initial investment.
The 1200-25 CV Model features a built-in front-discharge conveyor and is also available with a separate side- discharge conveyor (OC model.) The 1200-25 CC Model is a closed-circuit plant on one chassis and is available in either tri- or quad-axle.
Truly a high production plant, the Triple-Deck E-Plant allows for processing of up to five products, including three spec products, at one time, while the Two-Deck E-Plant allows for processing of up to four products, including two spec products, at one time.
Two plants in the series, the CV and OC models, designed for your larger-sized jobs, and two systems, each utilizing a portable impactor plant and screening plant, separately or combined, to produce numerous spec products. All four models equipped with the UltraMax UM-45 impactor with a 56 x 35 (1422mm x 889mm) feed opening.
The 1400-45 CVS System features a front-discharge conveyor and includes Eagles 6 x 20 screening plant. The 1400-45 CCS System features a closed-circuit plant on one chassis with a side-discharge conveyor and includes Eagles 6 x 20 Screening Plant.
One plant in the series, designed for your absolute largest-sized jobs, and one system, a mammoth in the industry, for producing your highest volume, multiple spec-product jobs. Each is equipped with Eagles largest UltraMax impactor, the UM-69, with a 69 x 36 (1753mm x 914mm) feed opening.
The 1600-69 CCS System features the closed-circuit 1600-69 OC, side-discharge conveyor with vibrating pan feeder; Eagless 6 x 20 screening plant with an integrated feed conveyor; return conveyor with a cleated belt; and three, radial-stacking conveyors.
McLanahan offers a wide selection of Impact Crushers for quarried limestone and semi-abrasive minerals. McLanahan draws from the 75 years of field experience with the Universal line of Impactors, which includes impact breakers and Andreas-style impactors. At present, we offer the New Holland-style primary impact breaker and the MaxCap X-Series Primary, providing a means to reduce quarry shot and ROM materials at rates exceeding 2,000 tph. We also offer VersaCap P-Series Impactors for heightened portability as a primary crusher. The VersaCap R-Series is also designed to accept large top size in highly friable materials, and will allow for single crusher reduction to 1-1/2 minus product. In the case of limestone and similar materials, we offer the NGS Impact Crusher as a secondary impactor, which is capable of producing construction grade aggregates or minerals of like size. These five lines of horizontal shaft impactors are available in multiple sizes to provide us the ability to offer the most appropriate crusher for your specific application.
McLanahan Corporation offers a wide selection of Impact Crushers. Whether processing soft materials like coal or hard and abrasive materials like dolomite or sandstone, McLanahan has the experience necessary to get the job done. Not only do we understand the process, but we are keenly aware of the issues that affect your bottom line. When considering an Impact Crusher, you can rely on McLanahan to analyze your application and recommend the most appropriate crusher.
McLanahan maintains the widest selection of Impactors of any manufacturer in the country. We know impact crushing can be the most efficient means to get the reduction you need. Taking into account reduction ratios, energy cost, quality of the product and maintenance cost, Impact Crushers are often more cost-effective than compressive crushers; efficiency is what we all strive for in the end.
McLanahan engineers also focus on durability. Working with foundries both domestic and foreign, we continue to support Impactors that have been in operation more than 50 years. McLanahan has earned a fine reputation in the mining and aggregates industries, and offers an extensive selection of Impact Crushers.
Impact Crushers create material reduction by providing a sudden impact force that causes the material to shatter along all the weakest fissures in the stone. Controlling the flow of the material through the Impact Crusher requires features that vary from one style of impactor to another, and this is what separates McLanahan from the other manufacturers. Essentially, the material enters the crushing chamber along a controlled feed angle. A spinning rotor assembly strikes the stone with a predetermined force sufficient to cause fragmentation. The trajectory of the material is then controlled to divert the flow back into the rotor circle, where the hammers (blowbars) continue to impact the material. Adjustable curtains or similar means are used to adjust the retention of the material flow for optimum output material characteristics. The impacted material flow then exits the crusher through the base frame.
One of the first Andreas Impact Crushers manufactured in the USA, the McLanahan line was originally designed by Universal Engineering Corp and were introduced as primary impactors to provide easier maintenance. Andreas Impact Crushers are capable of withstanding the rigors of accepting boulder-sized feed material.
A heavy-duty rotor generates a high-intertia impact forces capable of a 12:1 average reduction ratio and provides recesses between the extra-thick rotor discs for tramp iron production. C-shaped hammers provide a more consistent gradation throughout the life of the hammer and can be vertically lifted from the rotor for reversing or replacement, resulting in more product with less downtime. Reinforced steel curtains provide the controlled material flow through the crusher and allow for quick, simple adjustments to maintain product quality.
However, these low profile impactors, while easier to make portable, do not have the expansion chamber above the rotor. Boulders enter the chamber, and the rotor is forced to shear at the bottom of the boulder until its small enough to shatter. Most manufacturers recommend a top size feed to their Andreas-style impactors.
The New Holland-style crushers are also known as Primary Impact Breakers. These crushers are known to take huge feed sizes and generate cubical products at better than 20:1 reduction. Its free-flow design combines a large expansion crushing chamber; a large, solid, fabricated rotor; upper deflector screen gate with vertical opening; and lower adjustable screen gate for precise product control with maximum output.
In many cases, the primary breaker is able to produce 75% minus 1-1/2. This means 75% of the feed is already product for most base plants, leaving only 25% for further reduction at the secondary crushing stage.
As with all primary impactors, a heavy chain and rubber curtain in the feed chute reduces material from rebounding out of the crushing chamber, while also keeping dust to a minimum. McLanahan incorporates another common feature of drilled and tapped wear liners for the interior to the crusher wherever possible. This secures the liner while providing maximum utilization of the wear metal.
The MaxCap Primary Impact Crusher was introduced as a hybrid impactor combining the large expansion chamber of the New Holland with the ease of maintenance common to the Andreas Impactors. Maximum capacity of a high-quality, cubical product at a lower cost per ton can be achieved with the MaxCap.
The MaxCap Impactor accepts boulders larger than any comparable Andreas-style crusher. The feed chute in the MaxCap provides optimum feed angle and hydraulically adjusts under load to ensure continuous flow into the rotor assembly. The manganese hammers work-harden and feature a protruding leading edge to provide for optimum impact force throughout the life of the hammers. The breaker plate is hydraulically adjusted for product control, and may be used under full load, providing adjust-on-the-fly capability.
The MaxCap Impactor is available in model sizes that range from 600 tph to 1800 tph. At these tonnage rates, the MaxCap is excellent for stationary installations. The smaller models may be pit-portable, but they require more preparation for the highway.
The VersaCap P-Series and R-Series Primary Impactors are low-profile and very well adapted to portable plants. These primary impactors feature interchangeable components that can be fit to each customer's specific application. Standard two-curtain designs can be field modified to a three-curtain design, and rotor assemblies are available in three- or four-bar designs. Each VersaCap housing and rotor assembly has a heavy-duty construction and provides unmatched durability while minimizing downtime and increasing profitability.
VersaCap Impactors are engineered wih a simple hydraulic-assisted shim adjustment to minimize downtime while keeping the crusher operating at optimum performance. They are also designed with more curtain retraction than competitive designs, allowing additional tramp iron protection. In addition to the shim adjustment for the curtains, an optional semi-automatic adjust system provides adjust-on-the-fly capability with fingertip control under load. If you prefer a programmable logic controller with touchscreen, our full automation package also includes hands-free calibration.
The VersaCap R-Series Impactor is designed for highly friable material like concrete rubble, and performs well in a single-crusher closed circuit. The material passing through the VersaCap Impactor is conveyed to a screen, where the oversized material is then directed back to the VersaCap. The R-Series VersaCap may also be used in aggregate and mineral operations as a secondary crusher. The optional third curtain may also be field installed when desired.
McLanahan Impact Crushers are found in a wide variety of applications. The most common is processing limestone, but any sedimentary stone and some metamorphic stone are suited for impact crushing. Impactors also operate in manmade materials with similar characteristics as sedimentary stone. Even in some rather abrasive materials, like steel slag and demolition concrete rubble, Impactors are the favored means to attain a repurposed and value-added product. In quarry operations, the use of impactors also provides a means to remove deleterious minerals. If the feed material includes soft stone, the impact force will reduce the soft stone finer than the harder rock. A screening process will then allow the soft deleterious material to pass through and out of the flow to the rest of the plant.
While it is true the Jaw Crusher will create less fines (say, minus 3/16), it also creates more plus 1-1/2 material to be crushed downstream at the secondary and tertiary stages. Regardless of the type of crushers used downstream, the amount of fines generated in those closed circuit operations will actually be greater than any increase caused by a primary impactor.
Since one employs an expansion chamber over the rotor and the other doesnt, the MaxCap will perform at hp per ton, while the VersaCap averages hp per ton. Electric motors will only draw as much power as the crusher needs. However, the theoretical difference in a 500,000-ton quarry or mine is about 90,000 kW/hours. That reflects only the primary crusher, not the added power it takes downstream to also recirculate 30% more rock through the secondary circuit.
Unlike sedimentary stone, e.g. limestone or sandstone, weathered concrete is very soft and friable. Most concrete pavement is less than 1,500 psi and pre-broken into slabs 2 to 3 square. Due to the friability, they shatter quickly into particles 3 and smaller on the initial pass through the impactor. The hammer wear life tends to be far shorter due to the abrasion, but recirculating loads are minimal for base material. In the case of a mobile contractor, single crusher systems are far more economical when relocating on a regular basis.
Yes, they are both primary impactors. In fact, the only real difference is the rotor assembly. The VersaCap P-Series is a primary impactor that accepts 30 boulders in quarried stone, and generates a nominal 6 minus. The VersaCap R-Series uses the same housing, but the rotor is designed specifically for large, highly-friable materials like concrete rubble. In the case of recycling concrete, the R-Series rotor is lighter in weight for portability, and the hammers are thinner, reducing the cost of spent hammers.
The MaxCap Primary Impactor comes standard with fingertip control. While not fully automated, it is designed to integrate into any programmable logic controller based system. As for the other impactors, the vast majority of operations will be fine with a simple shim adjustment, which requires no automation. However, the semi-automatic system on the VersaCap and NGS Impactors essentially requires only an electrical control over the hydraulic system, which would be running during operation. Once you find the right setting, and plan to stay consistent, you can add shims, and shut off the hydraulic power unit. If you are anticipating the need to change settings on a regular basis, the full automation system with PLC and touch screen is available and capable of being integrated.
McLanahans Universal MaxCap Impact Crusher combines the best features of the Andreas and New Holland style primary impact crushers into a reliable, heavy-duty design. This Impactor provides maximum crushing capacity, while delivering a high-quality, cubical product at a lower cost-per-ton. Along with its efficiency and effectiveness, the Universal MaxCap Impact Crusher is also designed to help sights safely and easily maintain their machine.
VersaCap Primary Impact Crushers are designed for optimal production and to withstand heavy impact. These Impactors are engineered with a simple hydraulic-shim adjustment to minimize downtime and are equipped with large access doors on the sides, back and top of the Impactor to provide unmatched accessibility. Available with optional components that provide adjust-on-the-fly technology, each VersaCap housing and rotor assembly has a heavy-duty construction and provides unmatched durability, while minimizing downtime and increasing profitability.Get in Touch with Mechanic