How Single shaft hammer mill works
Single shaft hammer mill is similar to hammer crusher used in general industry. The main purpose of the hammer crusher is to turn solid materials into small pieces under the action of mechanical force. Therefore, it is widely used in metallurgy, coal, construction engineering and feed processing in my country. The operation of mechanically overcoming the internal cohesion of the material and splitting it is called crushing or fine grinding. Generally speaking, the splitting of bulk materials into small pieces is called crushing, and the breaking of small pieces into fine powder is called fine grinding. Crushing and fine grinding are also commonly referred to as crushing. After the solid material is split into small pieces or fine powder, its surface area per unit weight will increase, thus improving the reaction speed of its physicochemical action.
When the rotor of the single shaft hammer mill rotates at high speed, the hammer becomes radial (for the rotor of the suspended hammer) due to the centrifugal force. The rubber material enters the machine after being rolled by the feeding roller, and is immediately broken into particles by the impact and tearing action of the hammer. The rubber particles are discharged from the discharge screen hole at the bottom of the machine. block and leave it for the hammer to strike again until it passes through the sieve. The single shaft hammer mill does not rely on all the energy of the rotor parts to break the rubber, but mainly relies on the work done by the kinetic energy of the hammer to complete the crushing of the rubber.