Crushing & Grinding Equipment
Cage Mills – feature an impactor design that needs no screens. They’re designed to crush only the over-size material. The multiple stages of crushing inside the cage mill minimize product oversize, achieving greater crushing efficiency and producing more product in the size range desired.
The reversible impactor is a highly versatile crusher that produces a cubical product at high reductions ratios of up to 35 to 1. Reversible impactors are available in a variety of models and they have few parts to maintain or replace, and require relatively little power to operate.
The roll mill is ideal for fine-grinding applications that require mixing limestone with coal to reduce the sulfur content of emissions. The roll mill produces less dust and generates little noise compared to other crushers in its class. It can crush up to 40 tons per hour and reduce feeds to 2,000 micron product and smaller.
Roll crushers are available in multiple model series with single-stage and two-stage designs and produce precise product sizing with fewer fines. Roll crushers deliver the industry’s best dimensional product control, fewer fines and elimination of over-size material. Roll crushers deliver higher quality cubical product, minimal fines and consistently repeatable performance for sizing coal, coke, glass, fertilizer, potash, salts, lime, limestone, soft ores, friable materials and industrial minerals.
Jaw Crushers reduce unusually hard, tough and/or abrasive rock, as well as ferroalloys and glass, which cause excessive wear to other types of crushers. Many types of crushers use rotating hammers and other crushing elements to reduce materials by impact, shear or attrition. Jaw Crushers, however, crush by compression of the material between two opposing surfaces — the jaws.