Horizontal Shaft Impactor (HSI) joins Superior's growing group of crushers
It's one of a dozen new products the company will introduce during the Las Vegas trade show in March.
Using a high speed impacting force, horizontal shaft impactors encourage stones to break along their natural cleavage lines. This generates cubically-shaped material, which is desirable for many of today's applications.
Superior's Sentry HSI is designed with a fully-fabricated open-style rotor, which produces low inertia energy for a lower cost of ownership. In addition, proper spacing inside the crusher's chamber creates more area for processing larger feed sizes. Owners and operators will safely and easily complete maintenance functions of the HSI's mainframe components via a hydraulically-controlled opening and closing feature.
Other design elements include commonly-shaped side liners, hydraulically-adjusted curtains, mainframe inspection doors and a replacement upper feed opening. One or two piece blow bars manufactured with two or four rotors are equipped with fixed clamping for best performance in hard rock applications.
Superior defines its new line of Sentry HSI's by rotor size and has 15 models available for manufacturing. Production capacities range from 90 - 990 tons per hour (80 - 900 MTPH) with maximum feed sizes from 15 - 40 inches (400 - 1,000mm).
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