Classic stone crushing plant, which, primarily used in limestone, is equally suited as a primary crusher for feed sizes of up to 1300 mm (with crusher SHH 17/100) and with a correspondingly reduced feed size for crushing final grains (with crusher SHB 17/100). The electric crusher drive can be operated either via the on-board generator or a stationary power supply. The effective primary screening by the large double-deck prescreen contributes to the high feed capacity, which is very important for processing contaminated feed material.Show more Show less
The crushers of the EVO line have an innovative "diesel-direct electric" drive concept and are powerful and economical at the same time.
An efficient and powerful diesel engine drives the crusher directly via a fluid coupling. The drive technology thus impresses with extremely low efficiency losses and maximum output directly at the crusher.
All secondary drives – for example, for prescreen, vibrating chutes and conveyor belts – are driven electrically. The fluid coupling guarantees high operational safety – for operator and machine.
For effective prescreening of the feed material, the crushing plants are equipped with an independently vibrating double-deck prescreen. Wear in the crushing chamber is thus reduced by diverting the medium grain directly onto the vibrating extractor. The screen surfaces in the upper and lower deck can be changed easily and safely.
In contrast to pressure crushing, the impact crusher operates according to the impact crushing principle. In this process, the crushed material is picked up by a fast moving rotor, greatly accelerated and smashed against a fixed impact plate ("impact toggles"). From there, it falls back within range of the rotor. The crushed material is broken again and again until it can pass through the gap between the rotor and impact toggle.
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