A method of conical crushing to achieve the grinding of feed material includes narrowing the crusher setting beyond the specified minimum limit to enable the head to periodically exert high levels of compressive crushing force, interspersed with low pressure relief periods for mixing of the particles, the cycle of crushing periods corresponding with the gyrational cycle of the head.
The crushes cans into a crushed relationship wherein the upper and lower circular end faces are generally unaltered and aligned in a co-planar position, the crushed pattern accomplished by the result of placing the can in a perpendicular position adjacent a ram plate and an elongated rectangular crushing plate which is used for
A crusher apparatus includes a crusher device having an inlet for receiving a supply of crushable bulk material, and an outlet for discharging crushed material; and a feeder device arranged to feed the supply of bulk material to the inlet of the crusher device in which the feeder device is adjustable between an operative feeding position in which the bulk material can be supplied to the inlet
The crusher is designed to receive a plurality of cans, one on top of the other. The crusher crimps the cans prior to folding and flattening the top and bottom of the can against the sides of the can. The crusher is operated by raising and lowering a handle and the cans are flattened as fast as the cans can be loaded into the top of the crusher.
A cone crusher includes outer and inner cones 2, 3 with a discharge slot 5 between them, a shaft 7 of the inner cone 3 , a means for adjusting the size of the discharge slot 5 and a means for imparting gyrations to the inner cone 3 . The means for adjusting the size of the discharge slot 5 is a recipro ion mechanism 12 and the means for imparting gyrations to the inner cone is
A concrete crusher of the type comprising a rotatably mounted frame carrying both the crusher forming members and the shearing members, and wherein said shearing members are formed by at least one fixed arm and one of the arms of the crusher, the latter arm being articulated to said frame and adapted so as to give to the shears the maximum opening when it is in a maximum closed position of the
Abstract: A manual for crushing a can having a housing with a top opening for receiving a can to be crushed, a bottom opening for discharging a crushed can, and an interior crushing wall with a creasing block mounted thereon. A crushing ram is disposed within the housing and is pivotable between an open position where the ram is opposite the crushing wall and a closed position
A having an upstanding stationary platen and an upstanding movable platen, the movable platen being recipro ed with respect to the stationary platen. Both platens are canted with their upper ends closer together than their lower ends so that, when a can is placed in the crusher with the can in contact with the platens, the platens trap and hold the can in the crusher and