A hammer mill stone crusher works on the principle of impact. The rotor rotates at a high speed, and the hammer(s) installed on it strike the material fed into the machine in rapid succession. The material is broken down into smaller pieces by the repeated impacts until it reaches the desired size.
Here are the steps involved in the operation of a hammer mill stone crusher:
- The material to be processed is fed into the machine through the top of the casing.
- As the rotor spins at high speed, the hammers are swung outward by centrifugal force, striking the material.
- The material is then forced through a screen or grate that controls the size of the particles that can pass through.
- The smaller particles pass through the screen and are discharged through an opening at the bottom of the machine.
- The larger particles that are not able to pass through the screen are struck repeatedly by the hammers until they are reduced to a size that can pass through the screen.
- The process continues until the material has been reduced to the desired size.
Hammer mill stone crushers are commonly used for a variety of applications such as grinding and crushing of materials in industries such as mining, cement, and construction.