Processing Magazine

Secondary horizontal shaft impactor with grinding path and apron adjustment system

August 4, 2008

Stedman’s Grand Slam™ Secondary Horizontal Shaft Impactor now features two new product developments, a new grinding path and apron adjustment system. This impactor series uses high-chrome metallurgy to significantly increase the wear life of machine components, reducing metal replacement costs. Used for a wide variety of industrial applications including aluminum dross and brick, clay, shale, grog, refractory brick, ceramics, floor tile, glass, bakery waste and scrap carbide recycling, Grand Slam impactors reduce material size more efficiently with maximum up time. The Crush Plus™ Grinding Path System creates a third crushing chamber to maximize one-pass product yield, minimize oversize, improve material soundness and produces highly cubical product. The Max-Yield™ Automated Apron Adjustment System maintains gap setting adjustment for aprons and the grinding path. PLC controlled Max-Yield™ improves one-pass product yield and reduces product changeover downtime.