Impact Crushers

What is an Impact Crusher?

An impact crusher is a machine that uses striking as opposed to pressure to reduce the size of a material. Impact crushers are designated as a primary, secondary, tertiary or quarternary rotor crusher depending on which processing stage the equipment is being utilized.

Types of Impact Crushers:

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Impact Crusher Industry & Application Usage

Stedman Machine Impact Crushers

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. These can be used as a cement crusher, mineral crusher, and many more. 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.

Mega-Slam™ Impactor HSI

A solid performer since its ground-breaking introduction the Stedman Mega-Slam™ horizontal shaft impactor effectively handles large feed sizes.

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Grand-Slam™ Impactor HSI

The Stedman Grand-Slam™ is built to handle thousands of materials, ores and chemicals in wet and dry applications.

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V-Slam™ Impactor VSI

The Stedman V-Slam™ is the vertical shaft impactor for all your coarse-to-fine crushing needs. It offers significant savings over higher-priced competitive crushers.

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Features & Benefits

  • Primary, secondary and tertiary impactors available
  • Industry-leading rotor designs
  • Easy maintenance
  • Front and rear opening housings on HSI Impactors

Test Before You Buy!

Why Test?

Stedman's testing facilities provide real-world conditions to view your materials being processed. Test out a range of different size reduction methods, saving you both time and money when selecting the proper size reduction method.

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Impact Crusher FAQs

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.

Not sure what crushing method best suits your material? Schedule your testing today!

Before this question can be addressed, we need to first determine if the material is friable. When we're talking about dry material processing, friable means a material will break before it bends. Thousands of materials are successfully crushed with impactors using many different equipment variations.

There are also many friable materials that aren't well suited to impact crush. Granite, for example, is friable but too hard, making impact crushing more expensive than other types of crushing. Stedman Machine has extensive experience crushing a variety of materials, a testing facility with full-sized equipment, and more than 10,000 test reports to help you determine what type of equipment is best for your needs. Contact our experts today by calling (800)262-5401 to discuss your specific application!

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