Rock Breakers for Primary Stationary Crushing Stations

Crushing & Grinding

Rock Breakers for Primary Stationary Crushing Stations

Rock breakers are commonly used in primary crushing stations to break oversized boulders that are fed into the crusher and to clear clogging in the cavity. Today, most of the primary stations use this combination to guarantee smooth, continuous performance and to minimise idling caused by build-ups and blockages.
(ed. WoMaMarcel - 18/9/2015)
<Blank Space>
The Metso MH-series hammers and MB-series booms include five boom-hammer combinations for jaw crushers and one for primary gyratory crushers.

“Today, safety at work is undeniably the number one issue within the construction and mining industries. The remotely controlled hammer-boom combination provides, without a doubt, the safest solution for clearing clogged crusher cavities,” comments Ilkka Somero, Product Manager for Metso rock breaker solutions.

Earlier, Metso did not have its own hammer and boom combination available for stationary primary crushing stations. Based on customer demand, Metso was asked to provide a solution to meet this need. The Metso MH-series hammers and MB-series booms include five boom-hammer combinations for jaw crushers and one for primary gyratory crushers. The hammer weights range from 400 kg (880 lbs) to 2200 kg (4840 lbs) and the corresponding power ratings from 18 kW (25 hp) to 45 kW (60 hp).

Upcoming Events

Facebook