The characteristics of hammer crusher for fruit and vegetabl

Time:2021-05-08 10:12  Browse:277

Fruit series hammer crusher is a kind of fruit and vegetable crusher designed by our company with advanced foreign technology, which has the advantages of novel and compact structure, high energy saving efficiency, large consumption ability and wide application range.

Fruit series hammer crusher is mainly suitable for crushing all kinds of fruits and vegetables, including tomatoes, apples, pears, strawberries, celery, ferns, etc. it is used to crush raw materials such as fruits and vegetables into small diameter particles, which is convenient for the operation and application of the next process. The whole machine is composed of feeding hopper, side cover, body, main shaft, bearing seat, motor, frame, discharging hopper, etc.

When the fruit series hammer crusher works, the motor is directly connected through the coupling to drive the spindle to rotate at constant speed, and the spindle is equipped with a flying knife to rotate at high speed. The material is fed into the feed hopper by the elevator (or screw pump, etc.) and chopped by the high-speed rotating flying knife. Due to the centripetal force, the material falls into another storage tank from the waist shaped screen, and then is output to the next process by the feed pump.

The operation principle of different types of fruit series Hammer Crushers is also completely different

Hammer crusher mainly depends on the impact energy to end the crushing operation. During the operation of hammer crusher, the motor drives the rotor to rotate at a high speed, and the materials enter the crusher cavity averagely. The hammer head with high speed reversal impacts and shears and tears the materials, causing the materials to be broken. At the same time, the gravity of the materials makes the materials rush from the hammer head with high speed rotation to the baffle and screen bar in the frame The particle size smaller than the mesh size in the comminuted material is discharged through the sieve plate, and the material larger than the mesh size is blocked on the sieve plate and continuously impacted and ground by the hammer.