What is an Impact Crusher?
Impact size reduction incorporates striking to pulverize material. The primary types of impact crushers include -- horizontal shaft impactors (HSI), cage mill pulverizers, and vertical shaft impactors (VSI). Each impactor can be further designated as primary and secondary rotor crusher as well as tertiary and quaternary crushers. This particular designation is dependent on which processing stage the equipment is being utilized.
Every Stedman crusher is engineered for a maximum feed size, target output size, and total capacity, but selecting a crusher on these criteria alone is merely half the task. Every size reduction project requires evaluation of the complete process to maximize production and keep operating costs low. From start to finish Stedman provides you with the information to make the correct choices for your processing needs.
Crusher Throughput Production
Feed enters the crushing chamber and meets the breaker bars or plates propelling feed against the breaker plates resulting in impact reduction. There are no screens or grates holding material inside impact crushers, so material is efficiently processed at high rates for low costs.
What Industries Use Them?
- Coal, Energy & Biomass
- Minerals & Mining
- Brick, Clay & Ceramics
- Industrial Applications
- and many more…
Stedman Machine Impact Crushers
Make an Impact on the Equipment Selection Process
If it can be crushed, ground, pulverized or mixed, chances are we’ve done it. We have more than 10,000 test reports to help get you to the best solution quickly. There are full-size impact crushers in our Testing and Toll Processing Facility ready to test your material - contact us to arrange testing.