Reversible Hammermills for Stone
Categories : Crusher
Pennsylvania Reversible Hammermills are widely used for the reduction of stone, limestone, ores, and minerals. The design of these crushers has undergone many improvements since Pennsylvania originated the Reversible Hammermill in 1936, improvements which have enhanced its performance while reducing maintenance requirements.
Reversible Hammermills for Stone Design Concept
The crushing chamber of the Reversible Hammermill For Stone is symmetrical and the rotor is reversible. Uniform reduction of material is achieved regardless of the rotor direction.
Reversing the rotor distributes wear evenly on the opposite faces of each hammer, keeping the hammer edges sharp for maximum crushing efficiency and producing a uniform product for their full service life. Hammer life is greatly increased, while power demand is kept low.
Features of the Reversible Hammermill for Stone
- Fabricated Steel Frames
- Forged Rotor Shaft
- Statically Balanced Rotor
- Split Bearing Housings
- Long-Life Screen Bars
- Rotor Reversal
- Cast Manganese Steel Hammers
- Fast Adjustments to Compensate for Wear
- Tapered Roller Bearings