How the composite crusher works

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asked Aug 16 by anonymous

The composite crusher machine is called composite break. It is a common equipment used in some simple production and sand production lines on the production line. Generally used in building materials, chemicals, metallurgy, the most widely used in the production of limestone. It is a cost-effective crushing equipment in the crushing production line.

The composite breaker is composed of a transmission device, a main shaft, a cylinder body, an upper cover, and a base.

The working principle of composite breaking: Firstly, the material enters the high-speed rotating impeller vertically from the feeding port, and is struck by the high-speed rotating hammer. Then, under the action of high-speed centrifugal force, the other part is divided into the umbrella shape and distributed around the impeller. The material produces high-speed impact and pulverization. After the materials collide with each other, the material will be pulverized and smashed by the vortex multiple times between the impeller and the casing, and discharged from the lower part to form a closed circuit for multiple cycles. After a series of high-strength forces such as blow, impact, and extrusion, the particle size of the product changes, and the required finished product size is controlled by the screening equipment.

The characteristics of the composite broken work: 1, multi-mode elastic adjustment structure, can effectively control the discharge granularity.

2, the structure is simple, easy to operate and maintain.

3, effectively reduce the investment of equipment and reduce energy consumption.

4, large production capacity, good sealing.

5, the crushing ratio is large, the energy consumption is small, and the operation is stable.

6, long service life, low maintenance costs.

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