Testing Facility for Stedman Size Reduction
Stedman believes in the "Seeing Is Believing" testing approach on field size equipment. Our testing facility, just minutes from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, is perfect for one day testing visits. Stedman provides highly trained and experienced technicians to guide you through the various processes with your material to help you determine which Stedman size reduction impact crushers, cage mill or other size reduction equipment is best suited for your manufacturing needs. Since 1834, Stedman has compiled over 10,000 test evaluations. Similar tests to your material are available for comparison.
Scale Testing Means Positive Evaluation
How often are predicted output capacities of field size equipment misstated when achieved through tests on scaled-down lab equipment? To guide you in your selection of crushing, mixing, and sizing equipment to assure positive evaluation of the size reduction equipment needed to produce your end product.
the Testing Process Personally...
Learn the basics of
controlled impact crushing, pulverizing or upgrading of your material.
All the procedures necessary to produce the required quality and quantity
of your end product will be reviewed. Our 6 cu. ft. hopper/feed conveyor
has a variable speed control for accurate feed rate information. See how
Stedman prepares and loads your material and sets RPMs for fine to coarse
production. Watch real time horsepower consumption through start up and
full load. Click here to see the PDF Literature.
After you receive
our quality test data, you will be able to estimate your operating costs
from power consumption to wear parts. you will see your end product on
site and get a confidential, written technical report including:
- Moisture analysis
- Raw feed analysis
- Product gradation
- Output capabilities
- Bulk density
- Abrasion test
- Estimated metal
- Power requirements for startup
specifications, such as throughout capacity and reduction ratios, are
based on test plant conditions. Actual field performance results may vary
listed specifications, due to variables beyond Stedman's control such
as feed size, feed
rate, physical characteristics of feed material, environmental conditions,
and proficiency, breaker bar gap settings, and condition of wear parts.