Hammer Mill Crushers

What is a Hammer Mill?

A hammer mill is a crusher that can grind, pulverize, and crush a wide range of materials. This crusher employs a rain of hammer blows to shatter and disintegrate the material. Hammer mills produce a finish product size that is dependent upon...

  1. Openings in perforated screens or grate bars
  2. Number, size and type of hammers
  3. Grinding plate setting
  4. Rotor speed

The servicability of a Stedman Machine is second to none. Standard service can be performed with common hand tools. We have product contact points available in carbon and stainless steel. Our machines can be rebuilt over and over, saving you money. The special combination of features in a Stedman Hammermill is the result of over 90 years' experience in the field. Our machines have simple designs with rugged construction that make them easy to operate and maintain. 

Features of a Stedman Hammermill

  • Large opening for flexibility
  • Fully lined crushing chamber for longevity 
  • Liners are bolted for easy change out
  • Grate bars and screens for accurate product sizing that are easily replaceable
  • Hammers or rings allowing flexibility
  • Forged alloy steel and extreme duty shaft allowing reduced vibration and longer bearing life
  • Positive lock housing for extra security from blow outs and dusting
  • Adjustable grinding plate for process control
  • Multiple rotor configurations to suit any material
  • Large discharge opening

Applications of Stedman Hammermills

  • Crab, Clam & Oyster Shells
  • Fish Meal
  • Gelatin
  • Gypsum
  • Meat Scraps
  • Oats
  • Salt Cake
  • Corn
  • Soy Bean Expeller Cake
  • Steamed Bone

Get HAMMERED at the Stedman Testing and Toll Processing Facility
If it can be crushed, ground, pulverized or mixed, chances are we’ve done it. Contact us to arrange your full size hammer mill test today.

A&B Series Hammer Mills

"Up running" mills provide multiple size reduction stages for friable materials while "down running" mills are most suitable for fibrous materials.

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