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Particular characteristics and working process of impact crusher

Impact crusher is suitable for materials whose compressive strength is under 350Mpa, and particle size is less than 500mm. With end products in cubic shape, the impact crusher is widely used for sand and rock producing in the industry of roads, railways, reservoir, electricity power and building materials and so on.

Henan Hongxing offers horizontal shaft impact crushers for crushing of low abrasion materials, high-production secondary or recycling applications. All models are available as bare units, and as secondary configurations. Extra-heavy duty solid rotor units, low capital cost and optimum performance, combined with high reduction ratios provided by Sanbao guaranteeing clients the lowest operating cost per ton, for a wide range of materials and applications. Comparisons with other brands will show that Henan Hongxing crushers are among the most heavy-duty machines available.


1. Heavy-duty, high inertia and semi-enclosed balanced rotor.

2. Newly designed wedge type rotor will make blow bar removal safer and easier.

3. Specially designed impeller bar design to allow extended life.

4. Rotor locking system for safer and quicker rotor maintenance.

5. Extra heavy duty solid rotor construction.

6. Large self-aligning spherical roller bearings with labyrinth seals.

7. Hydraulic adjustment mechanisms for primary and secondary curtains.

8. Quick and accessible breaker bars for easy replacement and repositioning.

9. Inspection doors in key areas.

10. Large, clear discharge opening.

11. Blow bars available in manganese and various compositions of chrome steels.

Adopting the latest manufacturing technology and unique structure design, the PF series impact crusher can produce cubic products with very good grain shape without tension and crack. It can crush each kind of coarse, medium, fine cubic material (granite, limestone and concrete etc) with feeding size not more than 500mm and crushing strength not more than 350MPa and is widely applied to secondary and tertiary crushing of various ores and medium- hard materials in railway, highway, energy, cement, chemical industry construction etc.

When the impact crusher works, the motor drives the rotor rotate of the impact crusher with high speed, on the rotor where installed the hammers. When the materials get into the area which the hammers affect, under the impact function of the hammer at a high speed, the materials are thrown to the impact device above the rotor continuously. And then the materials are rebounded from the impact liner to the area where the hammers effects for being re-crushed. The materials from large to small all to be crushed at the impact chamber repeatedly. The process won’t stop till the material are crushed to the required size and then discharged from outlet of the Impact Crusher.

Henan Hongxing Mining Machinery Co., Ltd has many years' of technological power and experience accumulation of manufacturing and management of indirect fired rotary kiln, and our mobile plant crusher stone has many advantages such as simple and reasonable structure, high independent impact crushing ability, super low operational cost and the most competitive price. This machine has the most competitive price and the most reliable quality so that it is the top choice for the high performance crushing equipment.

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"Particular characteristics and working process of impact crusher" was written by Mary under the Technology category. It has been read 1241 times and generated 0 comments. The article was created on and updated on 19 November 2012.
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