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Four chain mills scheduled for delivery

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World Fertilizer,


Stedman Machine Co. has announced that the company will delivery four recently engineered and constructed chain mills to a fertilizer company this year.

Four chain mills scheduled for delivery

Chain mills represent a cost-effective crushing solution for reducing a wide variety of materials. Stedman’s chain mill crushers can handle a large volume of tailings per hour. An especially effective fertilizer crusher, the Stedman chain mill crusher series is engineered to break up lumps in superphosphate, triple-superphosphate, granular and conventional fertilizer tailings.

Other applications include animal bedding, sawdust and many materials requiring lump removal for conveying or processing. The single or dual rotor chain mill crusher features heavy-duty construction with a welded plate steel housing and removable back plate. Capacities vary depending on feed size, feed rate, operating conditions, desired product output, characteristics of feed material, and equipment configuration. Full-scale material testing available at the Stedman Testing & Toll Processing Facility.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/product-news/12052017/four-chain-mills-scheduled-for-delivery/

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