Impact Mill

(2) Hammer Mills

Mill particulates down to a 420-500 microns. Both units have blades with carbide tips to mill biomass smaller. Price below is for ONE UNIT.

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NEW, OLD STOCK, 2018 BHS Impact Mill

NEW ,NEVER USED-2018 BHS Impact Mill, S/N R-25873-121-01, model RPMX 1516, 200KW motor (approx. 275hp) Refurbished by BHS Germany. Has not been used since it was refurbished. Unit was going to be used for the removal of the copper wire in vehicle alternators. The RPMX rotor impact mill is a turbo-ball shaper. Used for the reclamation of valuable materials from fine fractions containing metal, such as stainless steel and cable strands. These had previously been considered problematic. The BHS rotor impact mill is a high-performance crusher with a vertical shaft for use in the recycling industry. The unique impeller rotor in conjunction with the toothed anvil ring provides intensive processing of the infeed good. Composite parts are selectively crushed and separated, entangled materials are separated out, and brittle-hard materials are crushed extremely intensively. Metals are also shaped into balls and cleaned. Unique crushing principle The impeller rotor of the BHS rotor impact mill is the only one of its kind in the world. The circumferential speed of the rotor generates centrifugal forces. They bring about a high level of energy input into feed stock, which is then intensively processed by impact and shear forces with the help of the crushing tools. The rotation creates a practically permanent gap between the tips of the horseshoe-shaped hammers and the anvil ring. Once the material is small enough to fit through this gap, it leaves the working chamber. RPMX rotor impact mill – the turbo-ball shaper A higher circumferential speed and the considerably smaller grinding gap are characteristic for the RPMX. It is therefore the ideal machine for the ball shaping and separation of composite parts with grain sizes from 0 to 15 mm. RPMX rotor impact mill – the turbo-ball shaper The material is selectively transported into the gap between the anvil ring and hammer from above by means of the rotor cover plate. In this way, the complete height of the grinding gap is used, this results in a longer exposure time and a higher stress frequency. An intense ball shaping effect is obtained in combination with a high circumferential speed, a narrow grinding gap of 4 to 6 mm and a specially toothed anvil ring.