The feed material passes through the no-rebound hopper and enters the crushing chamber. Size reduction takes place in the wedge-shaped area between the fixed crushing arm and one oscillating arm with high frequency (780 rpm).
This motion ensures a consistent gap width in the stroke cycle so that the sample is crushed to the set fineness in one working step. Two massive flywheels transmit high impulse forces to the crushing jaws. The innovative design of the crushing jaws permits dual usage by rotation and therefore provides for an extended service life. As soon as the sample is smaller than the discharge gap width, it falls into a removable collector. The continuous gap width setting with scale ensures optimum size reduction in accordance with the set gap width.
The BB 500 XL is ideally suited to crush materials such as alloys, cement clinker, ceramics, coal, coke, construction materials, glass, granite, minerals, ores, rocks, silicon, slag etc.Click here for more information
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