Hammer Mills crush/grind/pulverize in various applications.
September 17, 2008 -
Type A Hammer Mills are up-running and feature 2-stage reduction principle for dual mechanical reduction, utilizing revolving hammers to shatter materials upon entry and then further disintegrating them against breaker plates. Both down-running units, Type B Heavy-Duty mills use reversible hammers and saw-tooth breaker plate while Type BX Medium-Duty includes feed opening supporting medium hard, lumpy, or bulky materials. All are available for various size reduction applications.
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|Original Press release |
129 Franklin St., P.O. Box 299-TR
Aurora, IN, 47001
New Fabricated Hammer Mills from Stedman
Aurora, IN - Stedman introduces a new line of fabricated hammer mills for crushing, grinding and pulverizing. The line includes Type "A", "B" and "BX" Hammer Mill models and features a more competitive cost and lighter weight than previous Stedman hammer mills that were all cast. Hammer mills operate with a rain of hammer or ring blows to shatter and disintegrate materials, require less maintenance and allow for easy access for adjustments and replacements.
Hammer mills are available for a variety of size reduction applications, including alum cake, bran, coal, fish scrap, gypsum, limestone, shelled corn, steamed bone, wood, dried milk, oats, salt cake and animal tankage.
Type "A" Hammer Mills (up-running) feature a 2-stage reduction principle for a dual mechanical reduction using the revolving hammers to shatter materials upon entry and then further disintegrating materials against the breaker plates. Type "B" Heavy Duty Hammer Mills use heavy, reversible hammers in conjunction with Stedman's exclusive saw-tooth breaker plate to produce uniform product. Type "BX" Medium-Duty Hammer Mills, similar to Type "B", feature a larger feed opening for medium hard, lumpy or bulky materials. Both the "B" and "BX" are down running hammer mills.
Stedman, in business since 1834, is a leader in size reduction equipment. Based in Aurora, Indiana Stedman has a full line of crushing equipment, full-scale test plant and the ability to improve size reduction processes in a wide range of industries.
For more information, contact Stedman, P.O. Box 299, 129 Franklin St., Aurora, IN 47001. Telephone: 800-262-5401 or 812-926-0038 or Fax 812-926-3482. E-mail: email@example.com, Website: www.stedman-machine.com.