Horizontal Shaft Impact Crushers from PICS INTERNATIONAL feature heavy duty pedestal drives with a specially designed bearing arrangement, efficient crushing chamber and variable speed impeller to offer higher capacity and lower power consumption.
These crush rock by striking it with blow bars or hammers that are mounted to the outside of a rotating rotor. Here, the rotor shaft is positioned in accordance with Vertical axis The material that is being fed into the machine abruptly collides with the rotating hammers of the rotor, shattering the material, which is then further broken by being thrown against the breaking bar/anvils. These are utilised for the extracted materials, such as sand, gravel, etc., and have a reduction ratio of around 10:1 to 25:1. Here, the feed material is crushed by extremely forceful impacts produced by the fast rotating movement of hammers or bars mounted to the rotor.As the particles impact with the crusher's components and with each other within the crusher, they are subsequently crushed, creating finer, improved product form. The output's size and form may be altered by varying the separation between the impact frame and rotor frame. Compared to conical or jaw crushers, an impact crusher breaks up the material in a shorter amount of time. Therefore, unlike the relatively gradual breaking that happens due to compression or shear in other types of crushers, the nature and amplitude of forces as well as the energy wasted owing to impact breakage are different here. Compared to conical or jaw crushers, an impact crusher breaks up the material in a shorter amount of time.Therefore, unlike the relatively gradual breaking that takes place owing to compression or shear in other types of crushers, the nature and degree of forces as well as the energy wasted due to impact breakage are different in this situation.
The triangular belt that connects to the motor drives the impact crusher machine's rotor in a set direction. Impact plate sets are hung above the rotor. Through the feeding guide plate and charge hole, material enters the crushing chamber. The blow bars fixed to the rotor strike the feed material onto the impact plate before falling from it to mutually shock the material blocks.Material will therefore be moved frequently and repeatedly in the crushing chamber, which is made up of a rotor, impact plate/ anvils, hammers, and blow bars, through which intense shock phenomenon will act primarily, and the material will be crushed along its natural crack and thereby bulge. By altering the angle and distance of the impact anvils, the distance between the impact plate and the hammer/blow bar may be altered to meet practical needs. The output of the product may be readily regulated by adjusting the rotor speed, input feed rate, and grinding screen arrangement.
PICS International HSI considers all the following factors for its good performance: