The ideal hammer mill is determined by feed size, feed rate, operating conditions, and desired product output. Stedman Machine Company offers many configurations of industrial Hammer Mill grinders that transform the consistency of soft and rough materials by using the pulverising technique of a hammer mill grinder to produce a finished particle.
Capacities from one to 300 tph are offered with 30 to 250 HP models. Capacities vary depending on feed size, feed rate, operating conditions, desired product output, characteristics of feed material, and equipment configuration.
The material to be reduced determines the configuration of a Stedman Hammer Mill. Perforated screens or grate bars are used for reducing soft to medium hard materials with multiple size reduction stages. Fibrous materials are easily handled due to the high concentration of shearing actions by the grate bars or screen within the unit. Specially designed heavy reversible hammers, working in conjunction with Stedman’s adjustable breaker plate enables the hammer mill to produce an exceptionally uniform product with the lowest possible maintenance.
Test wet and tacky, as well as dry materials or, do contract processing in full-size hammer mills at the Stedman Testing & Toll Processing Facility. If it can be crushed, ground, pulverised or mixed, chances are Stedman has done it with the test facility’s full-scale cage mills, horizontal or vertical shaft impactors, and hammer mills. More than 10 000 test reports are on files to quickly evaluate your testing or process requirements. The key to successful equipment selection is to compare different size reduction methods for the best product at the lowest operating cost. Support services include system design and 24-hour parts and service.
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