LF large-diameter impact crusher is one of the impact crushers. Its main difference from ordinary impact crushers is the feeding opening. Its opening can crush bigger ores, so it has high crushing efficiency, a big feeding size, and an excellent crushed particle shape.
LF large-diameter impact crusher is one of the impact crushers. Its main difference from ordinary impact crushers is the feeding opening. Its opening can crush bigger ores, so it has high crushing efficiency, a big feeding size, and an excellent crushed particle shape. Materials crushed by the "Stone-to-Iron" principle are finer and smoother than those crushed by the coarse crushing principle by jaw crushing. The size of its discharge particles can be adjusted to meet different crushing specifications. It is widely used for the secondary and fine crushing of materials in industries such as building materials, ore crushing, transportation, energy, and chemical industry.
The LF large-diameter impact crusher features extensive feed material, a large crushing ratio, adjustable discharge size, and diversified discharge specifications.
Its large crushing chamber design contributes to high production efficiency, stable operation, energy saving and high yield.
Only the side facing the materials of the blow bar of the impact crusher may wear. When the rotor rotates, the materials fall to the blow bar's surface (blow face). The back and sides of the blow bar are not worn. Even the side facing the materials has very little wear.
It has a straightforward structure, which is convenient for crushing and later maintenance and repair.
The LF large-diameter impact crusher runs by the "Stone-to-Iron" principle. The motor drives the rotor to rotate, and the rotor drives the blow bar on the rotor to rotate. After the materials enter the crushing chamber of the impact crusher, they are crushed by the high-speed rotating blow bar. The impact force makes the materials hit the impact lining plate and are bounced back to the blow bar crushing area by the impact lining plate. After repeated impact crushing and friction crushing, the materials that meet the discharge particle size are finally discharged from the crushing chamber from the discharge opening, while particles larger than the discharge particle size continue to be crushed until they meet the discharge requirements.
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