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Performance data

of Crushing Equipment

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Gyratory Crushers
Capacities (30-60 / 42-70)............................................................ 3
Capacities (48-75 / 54-75)............................................................ 4
Capacities (60/90 - 60/110) .......................................................... 5
Capacities (72-112) ...................................................................... 6
Curves - setting 150mm / 125mm / 115mm / 100mm .................. 7
Curves - setting 230mm / 205mm / 180mm / 150mm.................. 8
Dimensions of Gyratory Crushers (drawing) ................................ 9
Dimensions of Gyratory Crushers (table)................................... 10

GYRATORY CRUSHERS CAPACITIES


OPERATING DATA (SHORT TONS)

Capacities (30-60 / 42-70)

CRUSHER
SIZE
A-B
INCH (MM)

30-60
(762-15254)

42-70
(1067-1778)

MAXIMUN
DESIGN
HORSEPOWER

250

400

CTR
SHAFT
RPM

450

600

GYR
PER
MIN

ECC
THROW
INCH
(mm)

4
4 1/2
5
5 1/2
(100 (115) (125) (140)

3/4 (19)

470

580

690

780

7/8 (22)

570

680

820

950

1 (25)

640

780

930

1050

1 1/4 (32)

800

970

1170 1290

3/4 (19)

690

750

1 (25)

910

1010 1110 1210 1320 1430 1550

OPEN SIDE DISCHARGE SETTING - C INCH (mm)


6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
8 1/2
9
9 1/2
10
(150 (165) (180) (190) (205) (215) (230) (240) (255)

190

820

880

960

1030 1100

160
1 1/8 (29)

1130 1240 1370 1500 1630 1770

1 1/4 (32)

1360 1460 1720 1860 2000

Capacities (48-75 / 54-75)

CRUSHER
SIZE
A-B
INCH (MM)

48-75
(1219-1905)

54-75
(1372-1905)

MAXIMUN
DESIGN
HORSEPOWER

500

500

CTR
SHAFT
RPM

514

514

GYR
PER
MIN

ECC
THROW
INCH
(mm)

OPEN SIDE DISCHARGE SETTING - C INCH (mm)


4
4 1/2
5
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
8 1/2
9
9 1/2
10
(100) (115) (125) (140) (150) (165) (180) (190) (205) (215) (203) (240) (255)

1 1/4 (32)

1230 1420 1540 1780 1970 2190 2430

1 3/8 (35)

1370 1500 1680 1920 2160 2410 2660

1 1/2 (38)

1620 1820 2080 2340 2600 2880

1 5/8 (41)

1700 1950 2230 2520 2810 3110

1 1/4 (32)

1140 1330 1530 1750 1970 2190 2420

1 3/8 (35)

1240 1460 1670 1910 2140 2390 2640

1 1/2 (38)

1580 1830 2090 2350 2620 2900

1 5/8 (41)

1690 1960 2250 2550 2840 3160

140

140

Capacities (60/90 - 60/110)

CRUSHER
SIZE
A-B
INCH (MM)

60-90
(1524-2286)

60-110
(1524-2794)

MAXIMUN
DESIGN
HORSEPOWER

700

1000

CTR
SHAFT
RPM

514

514

GYR
PER
MIN

ECC
THROW
INCH
(mm)

OPEN SIDE DISCHARGE SETTING - C INCH (mm)


4
4 1/2
5
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
8 1/2
9
9 1/2
10
(100) (115) (125) (140) (150) (165) (180) (190) (205) (215) (230) (240) (255)

1 3/8 (35)

2130 2360 2590 2830 3060 3310 3570

1 1/2 (38)

2310 2560 2610 3060 3330 3610 3880

1 8/8 (41)

2480 2730 2990 3260 3530 3800 4090

1 3/4 (44)

2620 2940 3250 3570 3920 4260 4600

130

1 1/2 (38)

3480 3640 3810 3990 4160 4350 4530

1 5/8 (41)

3740 3930 4130 4330 4530 4740 4960

1 3/4 (44)

3990 4200 4430 4660 4890 5130 5380

2 (51)

4510 4740 4970 5210 5450 5700 5960

115

Capacities (72-112)

CRUSHER
SIZE
A-B
INCH (MM)

72-112
(1829-2845)

MAXIMUN
DESIGN
HORSEPOWER

1400

CTR
SHAFT
RPM

514

GYR
PER
MIN

ECC
THROW
INCH
(mm)

4
4 1/2
5
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
8 1/2
9
9 1/2
10
(100) (115) (125) (140) (150) (165) (180) (190) (205) (215) (203) (240) (255)

1 1/2 (38)

3050 3440 3820 4230 4630 5060 5480

1 5/8 (41)

3300 3710 4130 4570 5020 5480 5940

1 3/4 (44)

3500 3930 4360 4810 5280 5730 6210

2 (51)

3920 4430 4930 5450 5980 6520 7080

OPEN SIDE DISCHARGE SETTING - C INCH (mm)

115

Curves - setting 150mm / 125mm / 115mm / 100mm

Curve 01: Setting 150 mm


Curve 02: Setting 125 mm
Curve 03: Setting 115 mm
Curve 04: Setting 100 mm
(eruptive)

01
02
03

04

Curves - setting 230mm / 205mm / 180mm / 150mm

Curve 01: Setting 230 mm


Curve 02: Setting 205 mm
Curve 03: Setting 180 mm
Curve 04: Setting 150 mm
(eruptive)

01
02
03
04

Dimensions of Gyratory Crushers (drawing)

See Note 3
C

N
See
Note 1

M
L
J
Disch. Opening

See Note 2

Notes:
1. Minimum distance for removal of eccentric or hydraulic support.
2. Minimum distance for countershaft removal.
3. Foundation bolts not furnished unless ordered separately.

Dimensions of Gyratory Crushers (table)

30-60
(762-1524)

42-70
48-75
54-75
(1067-1778) (1219-1905) (1372-1905)

60-90
(15242286)

60-110
72-112
(1524-2794) (1825-2845)

8'-0"
(2438)

9'-0"
(2743)

10'-8"
(3251)

10-'8"
(3251)

14'-0"
(4267)

14'-8"
(4470)

20'-8"
(6096)

9'-8"
(2946)

11'-3"
(3429)

13'-4"
(4064)

13'-4"
(4064)

16'-4"
(4877)

16'-9"
(5105)

21'-4"
(6502)

4'-5"
(1346)

3'-9"
(1143)

3'-9 1/4"
(1149)

3'-10 1/4"
(1175)

4'-10 3/4"
(1494)

4'-11"
(1499)

4'-1 1/2"
(1257)

8'-10 1/2"
(2705)

12'-9 3/4"
(3905)

14'-0 5/8"
(4283)

14'-11 1/2"
(4559)

17'-9 5/8"
(5425)

19'-2"
(5842)

21'-5 1/2"
(6540)

5'-10"
(1524)

6'-1"
(1854)

6'-11"
(2108)

6'-11"
(2108)

8'-11"
(2718)

8'-11"
(2718)

10'-1"
(3073)

6'-8"
(2032)

7'-8 3/8"
(2346)

8'-10 1/2"
(2705)

8'-10 1/2"
(2705)

10'-7 1/4"
(3231)

10'-3"
(3124)

12'-1"
(3683)

13'-6 1/2"
(4128)

17'-4 1/4"
(5290)

19'-2 1/2"
(5855)

20'-2 3/8"
(6156)

24'-2 1/8"
(7371)

25'-1"
(7645)

27'-3"
(8306)

10'-3"
(3124)

13'-5"
(4089)

15'-1"
(4597)

16'-10"
(5131)

19'-1"
(5817)

19'-11"
(6071)

22'-8'
(6909)

9'-0"
(2743)

10'-12"
(3099)

12'-6"
(3810)

12'-6"
(3810)

14'-8"
(4470)

15'-5"
(4699)

17'-3 1/2"
(5270)

7'-1"
(2159)

8'-4"
(2540)

8'-7 1/4"
(2623)

8'-7 1/4"
(2623)

10'-0 5/8"
(3063)

10'-2 1/4"
(3105)

12'-8"
(3861)

3'-5"
(1041)

4'-8"
(1422)

5'-5 1/4"
(1657)

5'-5 1/4"
(1657)

6'-4 3/8"
(1940)

6'-4 3/8"
(1940)

8'-5"
(2565)

2'-2"
(660)

5'-7 5/8"
(1718)

6'-3 5/8"
(1921)

7'-2 1/4"
(1921)

7'-10 1/4"
(2190)

7'-10 1/4"
(2394)

8'-4 1/4"
(2546)

15'5 1/2"
(4712)

23'-10 3/8"
(7274)

24'-1 1/2"
(7353)

25'- 1 3/8"
(7655)

29'-10" 5/8"
(9108)

33'-10 3/8"
(10322)

33'-11 1/4"
(10344)

VB single toggle jaw crushers


Performance tables .................................................................... 12
Typical product gradations ......................................................... 13
VB jaw crusher specifications .................................................... 14
Dimensions (mm) ....................................................................... 15

Performance tables

VB 92

VB 46

30 mm with 12% rejects

18 to 23

7 to 9

40 mm with 12% rejects

23 to 30

9 to 12

12 to 18

50 mm with 12% rejects

30 to 38

12 to 15

18 to 23 30 to 38

60 mm with 12% rejects

38 to 45

15 to 18

23 to 27 38 to 45

70 mm with 12% rejects

45 to 53

18 to 23

27 to 33 45 to 53

60 to 75

80 mm with 12% rejects

53 to 60

33 to 42 53 to 60

70 to 85

90 mm with 12% rejects

42 to 45 60 to 68

80 to 95

95 to 120

100 mm with 12% rejects

68 to 75

90 to 110

110 to 140 140 to 170

120 mm with 12% rejects

110 to 125

140 to 170 170 to 205

210 to 250

140 mm with 12% rejects

110 to 140

170 to 215 205 to 250

260 to 320

270 to 370

170 mm with 12% rejects

210 to 265 260 to 320

320 to 390

350 to 460

200 mm with 12% rejects

270 to 330 315 to 330

390 to 470

410 to 550 410 to 550

240 mm with 12% rejects

380 to 460

480 to 570

520 to 670 520 to 670

570 to 670

600 to 780 600 to 780

280 mm with 12% rejects


320 mm with 12% rejects

VB 57

VB 67

VB 0806

VB 1008

VB 1210

VB 1311

VB 1512

VB 1613

700to1100

Typical product gradations

ROUND OPENING O

SQUARE OPENING

VB jaw crusher specifications

CRUSHER SIZES

VB 92

VB 46

VB 57

VB 67

VB 0806

VB 1008

VB 1210

VB 1311

VB 1512

VB 1613

Size of feed opening - length

mm

920

460

570

670

800

1000

1150

1300

1500

1600

Size of feed opening - weight

mm

250

250

300

410

600

800

800

1100

1200

1300

Total weight of crusher


(without feed chute)

kg

7650

2650

5700

8100

14500

18800

28000

42900

89000

96000

Weight of feed chute

kg

90

100

120

175

970

860

1070

2400

1770

1770

Weight of one jaw

kg

2 x 160

160

170

320

1090

1530

2600

3600

4 x 825

4 x 825

Rotation speed of crusher revs per

min

355

450

370

355

305

225

225

205

180

180

Slip ring motor


Power 1500 REVS per min

kw

37 to
45

18,5
to 22

22 to
30

37 to
45

55 to 75

90 to 110

110 to 132

132 to 160

160 to 200

200

6 spc

3 spc

5 spc

6 spc

5 spc

6 spc

6 spc

8 spc

9 spc

10 spc

mm

5005

4750

5005

5005

7100

8500

8500

1000

11800

11800

Weight of heaviest component

kg

500

500

500

500

1500

2000

3000

4000

3000

3000

Maximum lift for maintenance

kg

3000

1000

2500

3000

5000

10000

15000

20000

30000

30000

option
option

std
std

std
std

std
std

std
std
std

std
std
std

R*

R*

R*

R*

R*

R*-1

R*-1

R*-1

R*-1

R*-1

Drive : V-belts
number and size
belt length

Hydraulic controls:
- jaw remova
- toggle replacement
- setting
Jaws:
- number of parts for each jaw
- characteristics

Dimensions (mm)

SIZE

46

2500

1310

860

932

20

735

752

490

450

300

517

615

345

270

410

1242

57

3100

1561

1050

1080

20

724

875

465

490

170

710

890

470

330

190

1340

67

3600

1800

1240

1320

20

795

975

525

480

400

767

930

465

375

160

1500

92

2400

1441

930

1120

10

690

890

645

410

250

892

1060

600

475

160

1535

806

4200

2320

1670

2109

20

1640

1480

990

910

350

775

960

625

425

300

1870

1008

4500

2775

1955

2273

20

1660

1700

883

975

430

865

1035

710

560

240

400

1210

6300

3085

2265

2659

20

1970

1970

1025

1100

500

970

1145

800

630

260

400

1311

7000

3605

2650

3243

20

2300

2100

1152

1455

645

1132

1412

930

720

300

400

1512

8420

4283

3150

3125

20

2045

2875

1300

1750

900

1630

1950

1150

730

555

3320

1613

8420

4300

3150

3125

20

2045

2935

1300

1750

900

1630

1950

1150

730

555

3320

C-Series jaw Crushers


Technical Data............................................................................ 17
Capacities................................................................................... 18
Indicative product distribution .................................................... 19
Dimensions (table) ..................................................................... 20
Dimensions (drawing) ................................................................ 21

Technical Data

C 63 B
Nominal
feed opening

mm 440 x 630
Inch
17 x 25

C 80 B

C 100 B

C 110 B

C 125 B

530 x 800
21 x32

750x1000
30 x40

850x1100
34 x44

950x1250
37 x 49

1070x1400 1200x1600
42 x 55
47 x 63

C 140BS

C 160 B

Power
electric

kW
hp

45
60

75 (55)
100 (75)

110 (90)
150 (125)

132 (160)
200

160 (132)
200

200 (160)
250

250 (200)
300

Speed

rpm

340

300

260

230

220

220

200

Length of
stationary jaw

mm
Inch

1000
39

1250
49

1600
63

1800
71

2000
79

2200
87

2500
98

Max lift for maint.


kg
(pitman less flywheel) Ibs

2080
4590

4150
9150

7060
15,560

9000
19,840

12,960
28,570

15,950
35,160

21,380
47,130

6050
13,340

10,900
24,030

20,100
44,320

25,500
56,200

36,700
80,910

45,300
99,870

64,900
143,080

Total weight

kg
Ibs

Capacities

C.S.S.

C 63 B

mm

Inch

mpth

stph

40

1-9/16

40

44

50

53

59

60

2-3/8

67

70

2- 3/4

80

80

3-1/8

C 80 B
mtph

stph

80

88

73

96

106

88

113

93

103

C 100 B

C 110 B

mthp

stph

mtph

stph

124

150

165

190

209

129

142

168

185

212

225

C 125 B
mtph

stph

C 140 BS
mtph

stph

C 160 B
mtph

stph

90

3-9/16

107

117

146

160

185

204

235

256

100

120

132

162

178

203

224

257

287

290

319

125

203

223

248

272

313

350

343

377

387

426

150

292

321

368

412

396

436

455

501

520

572

175

336

370

424

475

450

494

523

575

596

656

200

381

419

480

537

503

553

591

650

672

739

225

425

468

556

611

659

725

748

823

250

10

609

670

727

800

824

906

275

11

795

875

900

990

300

12

976

1074

Indicative product distribution

Percentage passing, weight %


.08

.12

.16

.2 .24

.31 .39

.79

1.2

1.6

2.4

3.9

7.8 11.8 15.7 (in)

Closed side setting (c.s.s.)

Screen hole size (mm*mm)

NOTE:if the closed side setting (c.s.s) is 100 mm (4 in), the maximum end product size
is approx. 160 mm (6 3/8 in) and the proportion of fraction under 50 mm (2 in) approx.
35%.

Dimensions (table)

C 63 B

C 80 B

C 100 B

C 110 B

C 125 B

C 140BS

C 160 B

mm
Inch

1600
63

1950
77

2400
94,5

2670
105

2900
114

3060
121

3550
140

mm
Inch

1100
43

1350
53

1700
67

2000
79

2100
83

2260
89

2650
104

mm
Inch

1950
77

2400
95

2880
113

2665
105

3370
105

3645
133

4200
165

mm
Inch

1120
44

1367
54

1725
68

1810
71

2090
82

2360
93

2540
100

mm
Inch

1389
55

1708
67

2250
89

2385
94

2688
106

2890
114

3182
125

mm
Inch

160
6

200
8

245
10

380
15

450
18

450
18

450
18

mm
Inch

525
21

665
26

818
32

950
37

1073
42

1172
46

1315
52

mm
Inch

1000
39

1200
47

1400
55

1500
59

1600
63

1600
63

1800
71

mm
Inch

760
30

940
37

1170
46

1300
51

1470
58

1640
65

1880
74

mm
Inch

164
6,5

170
7

267
10,5

250
10

280
11

300
12

385
15

Dimensions (drawing)

G-Cone Crushers

G-CONE CRUSHERS, 8 SERIES................................................. 24


G 49 Capacities.......................................................................... 24
G 49 curves (setting 10-8-6 mm, feed) ...................................... 25
G 108 Capacities........................................................................ 26
G 108 curves (setting 12-14-16 mm, feed) ................................ 27
G 158 Capacities........................................................................ 28
G 158 curves (setting 25-16 mm) .............................................. 29
G 258 Capacities........................................................................ 30
G 258 curves (setting 27-33-40 mm) ......................................... 31

G-CONE CRUSHERS, 11 SERIES ............................................... 32


G 411 capacities ......................................................................... 32
G 811 capacities ......................................................................... 33
G 411 and G 811 curves (setting 8-10-15 mm) .......................... 34
G 411, G 811 curves (setting 8-11-16mm) ................................. 35
G 2511 capacities ....................................................................... 36
G 2511 curves (setting 25-30-35 mm) ....................................... 37
G 3511 capacities ....................................................................... 38
G 3511 curves (setting 35-40-45 mm) ....................................... 39
G-CONE CRUSHERS, 12 SERIES............................................... 40
G 412, G 612, G 1012 capacities............................................... 40
G 412 curves (setting 8-11-16mm)............................................. 41
G 612 curves (setting 8 - 11 - 16 mm) ....................................... 42
G 1012 curves (setting 15 - 20 - 25 mm) ................................... 43
G 1812-2612-2812-3812 capacities........................................... 44
G 1812 curves (setting 20 - 25 - 31 mm) ................................... 45
G 2612, G 2812 curves (setting 25 - 30 - 34 mm) ..................... 46
G 3812 curves (setting 30 - 35 mm) .......................................... 47
G-CONE CRUSHERS, 15 SERIES............................................... 48
G 415 and G 815 capacities ...................................................... 48
G 3514, 4214, 2215, 1315 capacities ........................................ 49
G 3815, G 5015 capacities......................................................... 50
G 415, G 815, G 1315 curves (setting 8 - 13 - 16 mm) ............. 51
G 1815, G 2215 curves (setting 20 - 25 - 35 mm) ..................... 52
G 5015 curve (setting 65 mm).................................................... 53

G-CONE CRUSHERS, 8 SERIES

G 49 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER / SETTING

10

14

FEED MAXI

G49
(TERTIARY)

30

45

50

65

70

35

G49
INCREASED STROKE
(TERTIARY)

35

50

60

70

80

35

G 49 CURVES (SETTING 10-8-6 MM, FEED)


CURVE 01: SETTING 6 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 8 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 10 MM
CURVE 04: FEED
100

04

90
80

01

70

02

60
50

03

40
30
20
10
0
0.125

0.25

0.5

16

32

64

128

G 108 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER / SETTING

10

12

14

16

18

FEED MAXI

G108
(TERTIARY)

75

80

85

90

92

60

G108
INCREASED STROKE
(TERTIARY)

90

95

100

100

105

60

G 108 CURVES (SETTING 12-14-16 MM, FEED)


CURVE 01: SETTING 12 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 14 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 16 MM
CURVE 04: FEED

100
90

01
80
70

02

60

03
50
40

04

30
20
10
0
0.125

0.25

0.5

16

32

64

128

G 158 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER / SETTING

13

16

18

20

25

FEED MAXI

G158 - 16

65

72

78

82

92

110 MM

G158 - 20

90

95

100

110

110 MM

G158 - 25

110

120

110 MM

G 158 CURVES (SETTING 25-16 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 25 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 16 MM
01
02

G 258 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER / SETTING

24

27

30

35

40

FEED MAXI

G258
(TERTIARY)

110

115

120

130

140

200

G258
INCREASED STROKE
(TERTIARY)

120

125

150

160

200

200

CRUSHER/SETTING

30

35

40

45

FEED MAXI

G258
(SECONDARY)

120

130

140

150

200

G258
INCREASED STROKE
(SECONDARY)

150

160

200

220

200

G 258 CURVES (SETTING 27-33-40 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 27 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 33 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 40 MM

100

01

90
80

02

70
60

03

50
40
30
20
10
0
0.125

0.25

0.5

16

32

64

128

G-CONE CRUSHERS, 11 SERIES

G 411 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER / SETTING

10

13

16

18

20

22

FEED MAXI

G411 - 20

80

95

110

120

130

135

140

32 MM

G411 - 25

120

135

150

160

170

32 MM

G411 - 30

145

165

180

185

32 MM

G 811 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER / SETTING

10

13

16

18

20

22

FEED MAXI

G811 - 20

80

100

115

120

130

140

145

60 MM

G811 - 25

125

140

155

165

175

60 MM

G811 - 30

165

185

195

60 MM

G 411 AND G 811 CURVES (SETTING 8-10-15 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 15 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 10 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 8 MM

01
02
03

G 411, G 811 CURVES (SETTING 8-11-16MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 16 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 11 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 8 MM

01
02
03

G 2511 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER / SETTING

20

25

30

35

FEED MAXI

G2511
(SECONDARY)

140

160

180

200

230

G2511
INCREASED STROKE
(SECONDARY)

180

240

270

300

230

G 2511 CURVES (SETTING 25-30-35 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 25 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 30 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 35 MM
CURVE 04: SARJA 1

100

01

90
80

02
70
60

03

50

04

40
30
20
10
0
0.125

0.25

0.5

16

32

64

128

G 3511 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER / SETTING

35

40

45

50

55

FEED MAXI

G3511
(SECONDARY)

150

180

200

220

240

300

G3511
INCREASED STROKE
(SECONDARY)

200

250

280

310

330

300

G 3511 CURVES (SETTING 35-40-45 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 35 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 40 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 45 MM

100

01

90
80

02

70

03

60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0.125

0.25

0.5

16

32

64

128

G-CONE CRUSHERS, 12 SERIES

G 412, G 612, G 1012 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER /
SETTING

10

13

16

20

22

G412 - 25

90

100

110

120

130

145

155

32 MM

G412 - 32

130

140

155

170

32 MM

G412 - 40

165

190

32 MM

G612 - 25

120

130

145

160

180

190

G612 - 32

180

200

220

230

G612 - 40

220

240

270

280

50 MM

G1012 - 25

150

165

180

185

210

60 MM

G1012 - 32

180

200

220

230

60 MM

G1012 - 40

240

260

275

28

220

FEED MAXI

50 MM
50 MM

60 MM

G 412 CURVES (SETTING 8-11-16MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 16 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 11 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 8 MM

01
02
03

G 612 CURVES (SETTING 8 - 11 - 16 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 16 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 11 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 8 MM

01
02
03

G 1012 CURVES (SETTING 15 - 20 - 25 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 25 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 20 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 15 MM

01
02
03

G 1812-2612-2812-3812 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER /
SETTING

20

22

28

32

36

40

G1812 - 25

180

185

205

215

225

230

100 MM

G1812 - 32

230

270

300

100 MM

G1812 - 40

310

350

100 MM

G2612 - 25

185

215

240

265

290

160 MM

G2612 - 32

280

300

330

G2612 - 40

330

360

G2812 - 18

200

205

220

235

245

260

280

200 MM

G2812 - 25

300

320

340

360

390

200 MM

G2812 - 32

380

410

440

200 MM

G2812 - 40

480

200 mm

G3812 - 18

140

160

180

200

230

250

270

320 MM

G3812 - 25

220

255

285

330

365

320 MM

G3812 - 32

360

390

450

320 MM

G3812 - 40

490

540

320 MM

46

50

53

FEED
MAXI

160 MM
160 MM

G 1812 CURVES (SETTING 20 - 25 - 31 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 31 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 25 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 20 MM

01
02
03

G 2612, G 2812 CURVES (SETTING 25 - 30 - 34 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 34 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 30 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 25 MM

01
02
03

G 3812 CURVES (SETTING 30 - 35 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 35 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 30 MM

01
02

G-CONE CRUSHERS, 15 SERIES

G 415 AND G 815 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER /
SETTING

10

13

16

20

22

28

FEED MAXI

G415 - 25

160

165

175

185

195

210

220

25 MM

G415 - 32

190

215

225

245

255

25 MM

G415 - 40

250

280

25 MM

G415 - 25

160

175

185

200

208

230

55 MM

G815 - 32

220

235

250

265

55 MM

G815 - 40

270

290

305

55 MM

G 3514, 4214, 2215, 1315 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER /
SETTING

20

22

28

32

36

40

46

50

G3514 - 20

170

240

330

370

20-300 MM

G3514 - 25

300

410

470

20-300 MM

G4214 - 20

230

300

370

400

480

20-360 MM

G4214 - 25

390

470

500

600

20-300 MM

G2215 -25

190

205

250

285

315

350

400

15-160 MM

G2215 -32

260

320

360

410

450

480

15-160 MM

G2215 - 40

400

460

500

550

15-160 MM

CRUSHER /
SETTING

12

16

20

22

28

30

32

FEED MAXI

G1315 - 25

205

230

255

270

310

320

330

15-100 MM

G1315 - 32

290

320

335

380

15-100 MM

G1315 - 40

390

410

430

15-100 MM

55

60

FEED

G 3815, G 5015 CAPACITIES

CRUSHER /
SETTING

35

45

50

55

60

65

70

75

80

FEED MAXI

G3815 - 18

250

330

370

400

430

470

510

540

570

300 MM

G3815 - 25

470

530

580

630

670

730

790

300 MM

G3815 - 32

600

670

730

780

850

930

970

300 MM

G5015 - 18

330

360

400

435

460

500

535

570

350 MM

G5015 - 25

460

520

560

630

670

730

780

820

350 MM

G5015 - 32

650

730

780

860

910

970

350 MM

CRUSHER / SETTING

35

45

50

55

60

65

70

FEED MAXI

G3815-18 (SECONDARY)

250

330

370

400

430

470

510

300

G3815-25
(SECONDARY))

470

530

580

630

670

730

300

G3815-32
(SECONDARY)

600

670

730

780

850

930

300

G 415, G 815, G 1315 CURVES (SETTING 8 - 13 - 16 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 16 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 13 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 8 MM

01
02
03

G 1815, G 2215 CURVES (SETTING 20 - 25 - 35 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 35 MM
CURVE 02: SETTING 25 MM
CURVE 03: SETTING 20 MM

01
02
03

G 5015 CURVE (SETTING 65 MM)


CURVE 01: SETTING 65 MM

01

Omnicone Crushers

Performances ............................................................................. 55
Product curves (Omnicone in secondary application) ............... 56
Product curves (Omnicone in tertiary application) ..................... 57
The Omnicone crusher range .................................................... 58

Performances

MODEL

TYPE

CAPACITY IN TPH
AT C.S.S.

FEED
SIZE
10

937

STDC

190

STDM

160

STDF

125

SHC

100

765

12

14

16

20

25

125

145

170

110

120

135

150

90

100

110

125

80

90

100

32

40

50

440

SHM
CONSULT FACTORY
SHF

1144

STDC

200

STDM

170

STDF

130

SHC

100

90

180

200

150

170

190

125

140

160

180

105

120

140

230

SHM
CONSULT FACTORY
SHF

1352

STDC

240

STDM

195

STDF

135

SHC

120

160

300

340

380

310

350

370

420

170

300

340

390

430

240

270

300

330

220

270

220

250

280

190

210

240

250

170

190

230

245

SHM
CONSULT FACTORY
SHF

1560

STDC

290

STDM

240

STDF

200

SHC

140

SHM
SHF

200

CONSULT FACTORY

500

Product curves (Omnicone in secondary application)

Typical product gradations at specified C.S.S. for hard and semi-hard stone in open circuit

Product curves (Omnicone in tertiary application)

The Omnicone crusher range

crusher

MOTOR

MOTOR PULLEY

DRIVE BELTS

Pulley
TYPE

937
1144
1352
1560

Weight
kg

PCD
mm

Width
mm

8200
14 300
20 000
32 000

630
630
800
1000

161
212
212
212

Speed (rpm) 1500 rpm


kW
830
830
750
750

90
110
160
220

PCD
mm

Width
mm

Number
of
belts

355
355
400
500

161
212
212
212

6
8
8
8

Section

Minimum
belt
length
mm

SPC
SPC
SPC
SPC

3000
3550
4000
4500

Omnicone X

Spectacular results..................................................................... 60
Results (curves) ......................................................................... 61
Omnicone Clearance dimensions (table)................................... 62
Omnicone Clearance dimensions (drawing) .............................. 63

Spectacular results

Production
Omnicone

Installed Power

Throught put
capacity MTPH

Minus 10 %

minus 10 %
MTPH

Minimum closed circuit


dimension acceptable

937 X

110 kW

100 to 110

65

68

6 mm

1144 X

160 kW

150 to 160

57

88

8 mm

1352 X

220 kW

250 to 270

45

117

12 mm

The gradations and capacities are dependant on the feed gradation, the crushing chamber, the material density,
the material cleanliness, its moisture and its crushability.

Results (curves)
AVERAGE GRADATIONS
OMNICONE X TERTIARY APPLICATION (% passing through a square mesh, depending on the
setting)

Omnicone Clearance dimensions (table)

937

1144

1352

1560

mm

mm

mm

mm

Model
A

Maintframe flange

760

910

1060

1225

Maintframe flange

760

910

1060

1215

Maintframe flange

760

910

1060

1225

Maintframe hub diameter

400

480

500

580

To bottom of maintenance hub

120

60

160

140

To bottom of oil piping

286

216

324

323

To top of dust collar (hyraulic)

1200

1435

1535

1785

Adjustment ring maximum


diamenter

1760

2180

2540

2850

Clearance for countershaft


removal

1700

2000

2310

2530

To end of countershaft

1107

1290

1525

1640

Maximum height to top of feed


hopper

1520

1810

1880

2216

Inside diameter of feed hopper

970

1146

1392

1586

To top of feed plate

1021

1316

1407

1730

Overall height (L + F)

1806

2026

2204

2539

Overall height of bowl assembly


(long std inter protrude below
bow)

882

965

1005

1140

Adjustment cap maximum


diameter (hydraulic)

1590

1870

2070

2276

Clearance for bowl assembly


removal

2090

2410

2540

2930

Overall height of head assembly

720

865

945

1150

Head/mantle maximum diameter

970

1150

1345

1560

Clearance for head assembly


removal

1935

2325

2470

2930

Maximum overall crusher width

1880

2410

2710

3026

Additional upward travel during


clearing stroke

80

76

90

122

Mounting hole location

545

660

830

883

Mounting hole diameter

56

60

65

64

Overall width including pulley

2090

2370

2750

2992

Omnicone Clearance dimensions (drawing)

Omnicone SX

Performances .............................................................................................................. 65
Product curves (secondary application) ....................................................................... 66
Product curves (tertiary application)............................................................................. 67
Dimensions (table)....................................................................................................... 68
Dimensions (drawing) .................................................................................................. 69
Technical information ................................................................................................... 70

64

Performances

CAPACITY IN MTPH AT CSS


MACHINE

10

13

16

19

22

25

32

38

937 SX

90/ 110

120/ 140

140/ 160

150/ 170

160/ 190

170/ 200

190/ 220

210/ 240

150/ 180

180/ 210

200/ 230

220/ 250

230/ 270

250/ 290

300/ 350

350/ 400

240/ 270

270/ 300

290/ 330

310/ 350

320/ 370

400/ 460

450/ 520

520/ 580

570/ 630

1144 SX
1352 SX
1560 SX

45

MACHINE

937 SX

1144 SX

1352 SX

1560 SX

Installed power, kW

132

160 / 200

200 / 250

250 / 315

Maximum feed size, mm

200

250

300

350

65

51

620/ 680

Product curves (secondary application)


OMNICONE SX
Secondary application passing through a square mesh, depending on the setting.

The gradations and capacities shown are dependant on the feed gradation, the crushing chamber, the material density,
the material cleanliness, its moisture and its crushability.

66

Product curves (tertiary application)


OMNICONE SX
Tertiary application passing through a square mesh, depending on the setting.

The gradations and capacities shown are dependant on the feed gradation, the crushing chamber, the material density,
the material cleanliness, its moisture and its crushability.

67

Dimensions (table)

Model

937
SX

1144
SX

1352
SX

1560
SX

mm

mm

mm

mm

Mainframe flange

760

910

1060

1225

Mainframe flange

760

910

1060

1215

Mainframe flange

760

910

1060

1225

Mainframe hub diameter

400

480

500

580

To bottom of mainframe hub

120

60

160

140

To bottom of oil piping

286

216

324

323

To top of dust collar


(Hydraulic)

1200

1435

1535

1785

Adjustment ring maximum


diameter

1760

2180

2540

2850

Clearance for countershaft


removal

1700

2000

2310

2530

To end of countershaft

1107

1290

1525

1640

Maximum height to top of feed


hopper

1520

1810

1880

2216

M Inside diameter of feed hopper

970

1146

1392

1586

To top of feed plate

1021

1316

1407

1730

Overall height (L + F)

1806

2026

2204

2539

Overall height of bowl


assembly (long std liner
protudes below bowl)

882

965

1005

1140

Adjustment cap
maximum diameter
(Hydraulic)

1590

1870

2070

2276

Clearance for bowl assembly


removal

2090

2410

2540

2930

Overall height of head


assembly

720

865

945

1150

Head / mantle maximum


diameter

970

1150

1345

1560

Clearance for head assembly


removal

1935

2325

2470

2930

Maximum overall crusher


width

1880

2410

2710

3026

80

76

90

122

Additional upward travel

W during clearing stroke


X

Mounting hole location

545

660

830

883

Mounting hole diameter

56

60

65

64

Overall width including pulley

2090

2370

2750

2992

68

Dimensions (drawing)

69

Technical information

CRUSHER
TYPE

Weight
Kg

Pulley
PCD

Width
mm

MOTOR
Countershaft
Speed (mm)

1 500 rpm
kW

937 SX

8 600

500

212

1050

132

1144 SX

14 300

710

212

1050

160 / 200

1352 SX

20 000

800

263

940

200 / 250

1560 SX

32 000

800

263

830

250 / 315

70

HP Cone crushers

Weights complete crusher and assemblies .................................. 72


Crusher capacities ........................................................................ 73
Product curves (secondary application HP200 - HP300) ............. 74
Product curves (tertiary application HP200 - HP300) ................... 75
Dimensions ................................................................................... 76

Weights complete crusher and assemblies

HP200 SX

HP300 SX

HP400 SX

HP500 SX

Kg

Kg

Kg

Kg

Lbs

Lbs

Lbs

Lbs

HP700 SX
Kg

Lbs

Crusher Complete

10.350 22.800

15.400

33.900 21.800

48.000

30.000 66.000

61.900

136.500

Bowl, Bowl liner, Adj.


Cap, Hopper

2.585

5.695

3.230

7.115

4.800

10.575

7.200

15.800

16.350

36.050

Head, Mantle and Feed


plate

1.050

2.315

1.825

4.020

3.240

7.130

4.900

10.700

8.720

19.200

145
KW

200
HP

220
KW

300
HP

300
KW

400
HP

375
KW

500
HP

450
KW

600
HP

Recommended Power
Countershaft Speed
RPM

900 / 1200

900 / 1200

850 / 1050

770 / 951

740 / 913

Crusher capacities

Open Circuit - Peak Capacity

Metric Tons/Hour

Short Tons/Hour

Closed Side Setting, mm/in.


SIZE

10mm

3/8"

13mm

1/2"

16mm

5/8"

19mm

3/4"

22mm

7/8"

25mm

1"

32mm

1"1/4

38mm

1"1/2

45mm

1"3/4

51mm

2"

HP200
SX

90 - 120
100 - 130

120 - 150
130 - 165

140 - 180
155 - 200

150 - 190
165 - 210

160 - 200
175 - 220

170 - 220
185 - 240

190 - 235
210 - 260

210 - 250
230 - 275

HP300
SX

115 - 140
125 - 155

150 - 185
165 - 205

180 - 220
200 - 240

200 - 240
220 - 265

220 - 260
240 - 285

230 - 280
255 - 310

250 - 320
275 - 355

300 - 380
330 - 420

350 - 440
385 - 485

HP400
SX

140 - 175
155 - 195

185 - 230
205 - 255

225 - 280
250 - 310

255 - 320
280 - 355

275 - 345
305 - 380

295 - 370
325 - 410

325 - 405
360 - 445

360 - 450
395 - 495

410 - 515
450 - 570

465 - 580
510 - 640

HP500
SX

175 - 220
195 - 240

230 - 290
255 - 320

280 - 350
310 - 385

320 - 400
355 - 440

345 - 430
380 - 475

365 - 455
400 - 500

405 - 505
445 - 555

445 - 555
490 - 610

510 - 640
560 - 705

580 - 725
640 - 800

HP700
SX

260 - 325
285 - 360

325 - 410
360 - 450

385 - 480
425 - 530

435 - 545
480 - 600

470 - 590
520 - 650

495 - 620
545 - 685

545 - 680
600 - 750

600 - 750
660 - 825

690 - 865
760 - 955

785 - 980
865 - 1080

For Range of Work Index = 13 to 16 kWh/st


For Range of Work Index = 14 to 18 kWh/st

Product curves (secondary application HP200 - HP300)


Average product gradations in open circuit for hard medium material*
Secondary application

% passing through a square mesh depending on the setting

* The gradations and capacities shown are dependant on the feed gradation, the crushing chamber, the material
density, the material cleanliness, its moisture and its crushability.

Product curves (tertiary application HP200 - HP300)


Average product gradations in open circuit for hard medium material*
Tertiary application

% passing through a square mesh depending on the setting

* The gradations and capacities shown are dependant on the feed gradation, the crushing chamber, the material
density, the material cleanliness, its moisture and its crushability.

Dimensions

HP200 SX

HP300 SX

HP400 SX

HP500 SX

HP700 SX

mm

in

mm

in

mm

in

mm

in

mm

in

290

11 - 3/8

270

10 - 5/8

240

9 - 1/2

425

16 - 3/4

688

27 - 1/8

To bottom of oil piping

Adjustment ring maximum


diameters

1.760

69 - 1/4

2.020

79 - 1/2

2.370

93 - 3/8

2.730

107-1/2

3.390

133-1/2

Clearance required for


removing countershaft
assembly

1.865

73 - 3/8

2.020

79 - 1/2

2.470

97 - 1/4

2.650

104-3/8

3.450

135-13/16

To end of countershaft

1.160

45 - 5/8

1.350

53 - 1/8

1.645

64 - 3/4

1.760

69 - 1/4

2.225

87 - 5/8

Maximum height to top

1.605

63 - 1/4

1.890

73 - 3/8

2.055

80 - 7/8

2.290

90 - 1/8

3.279

129-1/8

Inside diameter of feed


hopper

940

37

1.104

43 - 1/2

1.308

51 - 1/2

1.535

60 - 1/2

1.816

71 - 1/2

Clearance required for


removing bowl assembly

2.155

84 - 7/8

2.460

96 - 7/8

2.650

104-3/8

3.300

129-7/8

3.880

154-3/4

Clearance required for


removing head assembly

2.115

83 - 1/4

2.430

95 - 5/8

2.715

106-7/8

3.165

124-5/8

3.777

148-11/16

Additional upward travel of


feed hopper during
clearing stroke

76

98

3 - 7/8

105

4 - 1/8

125

4-15/16

179

7-1/16

Mounting hole location


*5-1/2 FT - **7FT

545

21 - 1/2

660

26

830

32-11/16

882

34 - 3/4

1.130
1.245

44 - 1/2*
49**

Main frame discharge


opening diameter

1.220

48

1.490

59

1.726

68

2.040

80 - 1/2

2.400

94 - 1/2

Note : 'L' not shown in dimension drawing

HP100SX Cone Crusher

Main characteristics ...................................................................... 78


Crushing cavity selection .............................................................. 79
Crusher capacities ........................................................................ 80
Average product gradations .......................................................... 81

Main characteristics

Complete crusher weight


Recommended power
Countershaft speed

: 5500
kg
(12120 Lbs)
: 75-90 kW
(100-125 HP)
: 850-1200 RPM

Overall dimensions
Length
Width
Height

: 2060 mm (82")
: 1505 mm (60")
: 1290 mm (51")

Crushing cavity selection

Maximum feed size

Minimum setting

COARSE

150 mm (6")

16 mm (5/8")

20 mm (3/4")

MEDIUM

70 mm (2 3/4")

10 mm (3/8")

10 mm (3/8")

40 mm (1 9/16")

8 mm (5/16")

6 mm (1/4")

25 mm (1")

6 mm (1/4")

2 mm (8 mesh)

FINE
EXTRA FINE

Minimum closed circuit (#)

* The minimum setting is the setting which will cause ring bouce. It can change depending on rock
characteristics and crusher speed.

Crusher capacities

Setting mm (in)
Capacity MT/h
Capacity ST/h

6 (1/4")

8 (5/16")

10 (3/8")

13 (1/2")

16 (5/8")

19 (3/4")

22 (7/8")

25 (1")

45-55
50-60

50-60
55-65

55-70
60-75

60-80
65-80

70-90
75-100

75-95
80-105

80-100
85-110

85-110
90-120

28 (1 1/8") 32 (1 1/4")
90-120
100-135

100-140
110-155

% cumulative passing

Average product gradations

mm
(8)

(4)

(1/4)

(3/8)

(3/4)

(2)

(4) (in or Tyler mesh)

* The gradations and capacities shown are dependent on feed gradation, crushing chamber, material density,
material cleanliness, moisture and crushability.

MP Series Cone crushers

Crushing Cavity Selection ............................................................. 83


Crusher capacities ........................................................................ 84
Product gradations ........................................................................ 85

Crushing Cavity Selection


B

STANDARD

Crusher
Size

Type of
Cavity

Minimum
setting
"A"

SHORTHEAD

Feed opening with


minimum recommended
discharge setting A

B
B
Closed side Open side

MP1000

MP800

Feed opening with


minimum
recommended
discharge
setting A
Minimum
setting
"A"
B
B
Closed
Open
side
side

Fine

16mm
0.63"

215mm
8.50"

280mm
11.00"

10mm
0.38"

25mm
1.00"

90mm
3.50"

Medium

25mm
1.00"

290mm
11.50"

345mm
13.50"

10mm
0.38"

82mm
3.25"

147mm
5.75"

Coarse

32mm
1.26"

340mm
13.37"

387mm
15.25"

13mm
0.50"

127mm
5.00"

191mm
7.50"

Fine

19mm
0.75"

241mm
9.50"

282mm
11.10"

7mm
0.27"

40mm
1.57"

91mm
3.58"

Medium

25mm
0.98"

308mm
12.08"

347mm
13.66"

10mm
0.39"

77mm
3.03"

127mm
5.00

Coarse

32mm
1.26"

343mm
13.52"

383mm
15.10"

12mm
0.47"

113mm
4.45"

162mm
6.38

Crusher capacities

Open Circuit-Peak Capacity in Metric Tons/Hour-Short Tons/Hour


Standard Capacities
Standard 20mm 25mm 30mm 35mm 40mm 45mm 50mm 55mm
setting
0.79" 0.98" 1.18" 1.38" 1.57" 1.77" 1.97" 2.17"
MTPH

720/
880

900/
1100

1080/
1320

1260/
1540

1440/
1760

1620/
1980

1800/
2200

1980/
2420

STPH

793/
970

992/
1212

1190/
1455

1389/
1697

1587/
1940

1785/
2182

1984/
2424

2182/
2667

MTPH

576/
704

720/
880

864/
1056

1008/
1232

1152/
1408

1296/
1584

1440/
1760

1584/
1936

STPH

635/
776

793/
970

952/
1164

1111/
1358

1270/
1552

1428/
1746

1587/
1940

1746/
2133

MP1000

MP800

Shorthead Capacities
Shorthead 10mm 12mm 14mm 16mm 18mm 20mm 22mm 24mm
Setting
0.39" 0.47" 0.55" 0.63" 0.71" 0.79" 0.87" 0.94"
MTPH

530/
648

563/
688

596/
728

629/
769

662/
809

695/
849

728/
890

761/
930

STPH

584/
714

620/
758

657/
803

693/
847

730/
892

766/
936

802/
981

839/
1025

MTPH

424/
518

450/
550

477/
583

503/
615

530/
647

556/
679

582/
712

609/
744

STPH

467/
571

496/
606

525/
642

554/
678

584/
713

613/
748

641/
785

671/
820

MP1000

MP800

PERCENT PASSING

26.9
(1.06")

SCREEN SIZE

53.9
(2.12")

9.50
(.375")

13.5
(.53")
19
(.75")

26.9
(1.06")

gradation, the crushing chamber, the material density, the material


cleanliness, its moisture and its crushability.

* The gradations and capacities shown are dependant on the feed

% Passing through a square mesh depending on the setting.

76
(3.0")

gradation, the crushing chamber, the material density, the material


cleanliness, its moisture and its crushability.

38.1
(1.5")

* The gradations and capacities shown are dependant on the feed

19.1
(.75")

% Passing through a square mesh depending on the setting.

PERCENT PASSING

Product gradations

Average Product Gradations in open circuits for Hard and Medium Material
Secondary Application

SCREEN SIZE

Average Product Gradations in open circuits for Hard and Medium Material
Tertiary Application

Symons cone crushers

Range............................................................................................ 87
Open circuit performance.............................................................. 88
Closed circuit performance ........................................................... 89
Average granulometric scale for aggregate product, open circuit 90
Dimensions ................................................................................... 91

Range

STANDARD

SHORTHEAD
TYPE

TYPE
BCS 2'

BCS 3'

BCS 4'

BCS 4' 1/4 BCS 5' 1/2

BCS 7' HD

BCS 2'

BCS 3'

BCS 4' 1/4

BCS 5' 1/2

BCS 7' HD

BCS 7' XHD

CRUSHER
CRUSHER
Weight

kg

4600

10600

16800

21000

44600

18120

Heaviest
component

kg

1270

2630

4650

5210

12000

18120

Weight

kg

4900

10900

21500

45250

70200

89600

Heaviest
component

kg

1270

2630

5210

12000

18120

25050

pulley

mm

533

762

915

915

width

mm

137

227

372

510

Countershaft speed

rpm

575

580

485

485

435

525

kw

30

75

132

200

300

370

Driven pulley
Driven pulley
pulley
width
Countershaft speed

mm
mm
rpm

533
137
575

762
227
580

915
300
485

915
372
485

915
510
485

435

MOTOR

MOTOR

Speed 1500 rpm

Speed 1500 rpm


Power

kw

30

75

90

132

200

300

MOTOR PULLEY

MOTOR PULLEY
Pulley
Width

mm
mm

210
148

305
240

306
300

306
359

306
359

Pulley

mm

210

305

306

306

Width

mm

148

240

359

359

10

10

mm

22 x 14

32 x 19

32 x 19

32 x 19

4,163

5,023

6,863

6,863

V BELTS

V BELTS
5

10

10

Number

mm

22 x 14

32 x 19

32 x 19

32 x 19

32 x 19

Section

4,163

5,023

6,863

6,863

6,863

Belt length

Number
Section
Belt length

Power

These indicative figures and specifications are


subject to change without notice.

These indicative figures and specifications are


subject to change without notice.

Open circuit performance

Open circuit

Size

Cavity

Fine
2' ST
610 mm

4' ST
1219 mm

4' 1/4 ST
1295 mm

5' 1/2 ST
1676 mm

7' ST
2100 mm
HB

Minimum
recommended
setting A
6

closed
B
56

2' SH
610 mm

4' 1/4 SH
1295 mm

5' 1/2 SH
1676 mm

7' SH
2100 mm
HB

64

open
B'
80

78

93

38

103

114

100

111

38

118

128

10

103

115

43

125

Production tph at respective settings


6,3

10

12,5

16

20

16

19

22

27

33

19

22

27

22

27

45

140
36

Croase

13

124

143

37

148

25

32

40

50

33

45

54

36

50

63

54

65

75

90

50

65

85

105

125

90

115

135

85

105

130

160

180

105

130

160

190

225

140

175

215

245

270

150

190

220

260

300

150

180

200

225

150

180

210

245

280

200

230

280

320

215

250

290

330

250

290

320

345

63

165

Extra-croase

19

180

196

37

198

211

Fine

12

130

144

61

173

187

Medium

15

157

176

63

215

230

Croase

19

182

204

80

250

265

Extra-croase

21

216

237

56

251

273

Fine

13

131

150

62

180

199

Medium

20

205

224

62

253

272

Croase

22

229

253

50

258

280

Extra-croase

25

242

270

68

290

310

Fine

19

196

208

78

238

250

Medium

22

219

241

92

289

311

270

330

370

410

Croase

25

251

276

76

302

327

280

340

400

450

580

Extra-croase

38

343

368

82

387

412

420

470

610

Fine

19

270

292

Medium

25

308

340

Croase

32

340

375

Extra-croase

38

425

460

Cavity

100

215

SHORTHEAD
Minimum
recommended
setting A

Aperture at minimum
setting A
closed
B

open
B

Maximum
recommended
setting A'

closed
B'

open
B'

27

40

13

34

47

Croase

38

50

13

45

56

25

Medium
Croase

5
6

12
33
50

40
60
76

31
25
25

40
42
69

65

90

20

77

102

28

63

59

82

117

42

72

59

79

109

Croase

74

106

53

118

150

Extra-croase

13

103

135

46

136

174

Fine

36

71

54

84

119

Medium

57

87

54

102

132

Croase

12

100

131

44

124

155

Extra-croase

16

150

184

44

178

212

Fine

51

98

Medium

10

95

133

13
16

127
152

620

730

610

730

810

1000

790

840

1090

1270

880

1180

1360

10

13

15

18

22

25

35

15

18

22

25

35

35

40

52

62

75

35

42

55

65

80

95

47

60

75

92

110

120

70

85

105

125

145

72

90

105

125

145

72

95

110

130

150

120

150

170

190

210

200

225

91

Croase

500

71

Fine

370

16

19

25

65

Extra-croase

Medium

160

Production tph at respective settings


Aperture at minimum
setting A'

125

380

Fine

Extra-croase
7' SH
2134 mm
XHB

19

closed
B'

11

Fine
3' SH
914 mm

71

Aperture at minimum
setting A'

Extra-croase

Open circuit

Size

open
B

Maximum
recommended
setting A'

Croase

Fine
3' ST
914 mm

STANDARD
Aperture at minimum
setting A

60

105

190

160

180

135

160

190

210

145

170

200

225

240

210

235

255

280

255

275

300

270

320

360

400

360

400

450

500

450

480

540

600

500

590

650

178
203

CONSULT FACTORY FOR CAPACITES


CONSULT FACTORY FOR CAPACITES

Closed circuit performance

Open circuit

Size

2' SH
610 mm

3' SH
914 mm

4' 1/4 SH
1295 mm

5' 1/2 SH
1676 mm

7' SH
2134 mm
HB

SHORTHEAD
Minimum
recommended
setting A

Cavity

Fine

Aperture at minimum
setting A
closed
B

open
B

27

40

Maximum
recommended
setting A'
13

Production tphn based in closed circuit operation :


Aperture at minimum
setting A'
closed
B'

open
B'

34

47

6.3

10

12,5

16

20

25

Recommended setting for closed circuit


5

10

13

16

19

81

104

Croase

38

50

13

45

56

Fine

12

40

31

40

65

10

18

12

20

19

24

22

27

30

38

Medium

33

60

25

42

71

10

18

12

20

19

24

22

27

30

38

Croase

50

76

25

69

91

23

38

24

44

45

57

54

68

64

82

Extra-croase

65

90

20

77

102

23

38

28

46

47

60

57

71

68

88

Fine

28

63

59

82

117

31

52

51

66

66

82

78

100

93

120

108

132

Medium

42

72

59

79

109

60

77

75

93

90

115

107

137

131

159

92

115

107

137

125

160

Croase

74

106

53

118

150

Extra-croase

13

103

135

46

136

174

Fine

36

71

54

84

119

Medium

57

87

54

102

132

Croase

12

100

131

44

124

155

Extra-croase

16

150

184

44

178

212

Fine

51

105

Medium

10

95

133

Croase

13

127

178

Extra-croase

16

152

203

40

66

48

80

78

100

48

80

82

105

75

145

7' SH
2134 mm
XHB

CONSULT FACTORY FOR CAPACITES

115

208

97

120

110

143

128

165

105

132

128

165

145

187

171

209

180

220

137

176

155

200

115

150

141

176

163

209

180

231

125

160

150

187

172

220

193

247

216

264

180

231

201

258

230

280

248

302

218

327

219

280

286

354

327

408

381

454

286

381

327

454

381

500

454

544

345

490

408

590

500

600

422

617

500

626

CONSULT FACTORY FOR CAPACITES

Recirculating load

Under certain conditions the SYSMONS


Standard Cone Crusher can be operated in
closed circuit. We will pleased to study any
specific application you may have.

NB : these figures are for materials with a density of


1.6.
Feed size, material hardness and moisture content of
feed all affect capacity.
Column 1 gives tph finished product (screen
undersize).
Column 1 gives tph passing through the crusher.

Flow 2

B and B 1

Screen

Flow 1

A and A 1

Average granulometric scale for aggregate product, open circuit

ROUND OPENING
1

8 9 10

SQUARE OPENING

20

30

40

50 60

70 80 90 100

Dimensions

DIMENSIONS (mm )

TYPE

1801

1718

1375

1350

1050

368

990

90

550

1334

950

84

838

45

2232

2390

1705

1960

1235

430

1320

226

702

1524

1040

178

1057

58

2560

3192

2161

2613

1435

579

1664

298

823

1867

902

192

1202

64

2731

3201

2340

2623

1472

578

1766

298

900

2020

1012

192

1225

64

3912

3974

2896

3180

2236

794

2260

370

1100

2896

1388

227

1520

76

4622

4470

3683

3429

1041

2490

1347

3302

1803

102

2' ST

2' SH
3' ST

3' SH
4' ST
4' 1/4 ST

4' 1/4 ST
5' 1/2 ST

5' 1/2 SH
7' ST

7' SH

1879

1193

Gyradisc crushers

Capacities ..................................................................................... 93
Curves (for Gyr 36"-Gyr 48") ......................................................... 94
Dimensions ................................................................................... 95

Capacities

SURGE
BIN

Closed circuit

Recirculating
load

Capacity 1

Capacity 2

CAPACITY 2 in MTPH / STPH


CAPACITY
1
TOTAL
CRUSHER
STPH

GYR
36

GYR
48

GYR
66

GYR
84

RECOMMENDED SCREEN SIZE


9mm
.375"

6mm
.250"

5mm
.185"

3mm
.131"

2mm
.093"

1.6mm
.065"

1mm
.046"

.833mm
.0328"

54/60

45/50

31/35

27/30

20/23

16/18

13/15

9/10

65/75
4'x12'SD

4'x12'SD

4'x14'SD

5'x14'DD

5'x14'DD

6'x14'DD

6'x20'DD

6'x20'DD

94/105

72/80

49/55

40/45

36/40

27/30

22/25

15/17

115/130
4'x12"SD

5'x14'SD

6'x16'SD

6'x20'DD

6'x20'DD

8'x20'DD

8'x20'DD

2 Req.
6'x16'DD

144/160

108/120

76/85

63/70

54/60

40/45

36/40

22/25

190/210
5'x12'SD

6'x20'SD

8'x20'SD

2 Req.
6'x16'DD

2 Req.
6'x16'DD

2 Req.
6'x20'DD

3 Req.
6'x16'DD

2 Req.
8'x20'DD

225/250

162/180

117/130

90/100

81/90

63/70

54/60

36/40

8'x20'SD

2 Req.
6'x20'SD

2 Req.
6'x20'DD

2 Req.
6'x20'DD

2 Req.
8'x20'DD

2 Req.
8'x20'DD

4 Req.
6'x16'DD

265/300
6'x14'SD

ASTM
C-33
SPEC
SAND

20/25
STPH

34/40
STPH

55/60
STPH

80/70
STPH

Curves (for Gyr 36"-Gyr 48")


ROUND OPENING
0.2

0.3

0.4

0.5 0.6 0.7

SQUARE OPENING

6 7

8 9 10

20

30

40

50

60

Dimensions

B
A
D
E

H
J

Gyradisc Crusher
Designation

Head
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
Diameter (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)

English

Metric

36" GD

900 GD

36"
914mm

2121 3366 1051 2238 1422

686

546

540

1321

48" GD

1200 GD

48"
2537 4039 1308 2654 1664
1219mm

876

799

686

1765

66" GD
HD

1650 GD

66"
2977 3804 1543 3324 2464 1028
1676mm

793

800

2260

84" GD
HD

2100 GD

84"
3645 5344 1800 3775 2962 1353 1029
2134mm

902

2489

84" GD
XHD

2100 GD

84"
3629 5492 1949 3664 2962 1353 1029
2134mm

902

2489

Impact crushers (BP-HSI)

Quarry application guide ............................................................ 97


Main characteristics (BP horizontal shaft impactors) ............... 102
BP curves ................................................................................. 103
Capacities - BP 1007 ............................................................... 104
Capacities - BP 1010 ............................................................... 105
Capacities - BP 1013 ............................................................... 106
Capacities - BP 1310 ............................................................... 107
Capacities - BP 1313 ............................................................... 108
Capacities - BP 1315 ............................................................... 109
Capacities - BP 1620 ............................................................... 110
Main characterisitics (HSI) ........................................................111
HSI curves ................................................................................ 112
Capacities - HSI 1007 .............................................................. 113
Capacities - HSI 1010 .............................................................. 114
Capacities - HSI 1013 .............................................................. 115
Capacities - HSI 1310 .............................................................. 116
Capacities - HSI 1313 .............................................................. 117
Capacities - HSI 1315 .............................................................. 118
Capacities - HSI 1620 .............................................................. 119
Estimation of hammer wear life (HSI) ...................................... 120

Quarry application guide

PRIMARY APPLICATIONS
Rock characteristics
According to French standards :
- abrasion index less than 250 g/t
- crushability more than 35%
- dynamic fragmentation more than 20%
- compressive strength less than 1 800kg/cm2 (test done with cylinder of rock 40 mm diameter
and 80 mm high).

According to US standards :
- paddle abrasion index less than 0.0240 g
- Los Angeles abrasion index more than 20 %
- average impact work index less than 16
maximum impact work index less than 23.
Main kinds of rock : Limestones, dolomitic limestone, gypsum, talc, chalk, marbles, marl,
schists, slates

Hammer materials in primary applications


. Manganese steel
The property of this alloy is to be hardened superficially by the rock blows and to remain
ductile in the heart.
This is the only kind of alloy enabling primary application use without breakage.
Hammer life duration is not easily predictable and of course the homogeneity of the quarry
face (see life duration of wear parts) ; paddle abrasion index gives only an idea of what will
be the wear parts life duration.
Results from sites shows that hammers can last 200 hours for abrasion index of 250 g/t
(A.index. of 0.024 g) and up to more than 2 000 hours for not abrasive limestones. (See
chart about estimation of hammer wear life).

. Other materials
In some application cases (i.e. with soft rocks, maximum feed size controlled to avoid too big
blocks and no tramp iron,), it might be interesting to use martensitic steel or chrome iron
hammers as far as life duration is concerned.
Chrome iron material is much more harder than manganese steel and then much more brittle.
This means that feed material must be well prepared and controlled as well as tramp iron
otherwise breakages are bound to happen.
Martensitic steel material is in between manganese and chrome iron as far as ductility and
hardness ; breakage might happen.
In case of abrasive material, it could be profitable, economically speaking and talking into
account some breakages, to use such type of hammer material.
Improvement of life duration comparing to manganese:
1.2 to 1.5 times for martensitic steel
2 to 4 times for chrome iron

SECONDARY APPLICATIONS
Rock characteristics
According to French standards :
- abrasion index less than 900 g/t
- crushability more than 30%
- dynamic fragmentation more than 15%

According to US standards :
- paddle abrasion index less than 0.2100 g
- Los Angeles abrasion index more than 15 %
- average impact work index less than 20
maximum impact work index less than 26.
Horizontal shaft impactor has not to be used when more abrasive or tougher rock has to be
processed.

Main kinds of rock : Same as for primary applications plus dolomite, some granites and
basalts, sandstone, medium abrasive gravels and ores.

Hammer materials in secondary applications


. Manganese steel
Used when paddle abrasion index is less than 250 g/t (A. index less than 0.024g.). Hammer
duration life is from 200 hours up to more than 1 500 hours for not abrasive limestones.

. Chrome iron
When paddle abrasion index is more than 250 g/t, chrome iron hammers become necessary.
A secondary application top feed size allows the use of such material although a breakage
might happen in case of tramp iron ; see performances chart for maximum top feed size
when using chrome iron.
A protection by means of metal detector is necessary to prevent tramp iron to go through the
machine.
Hammer life duration is from 150 hours up to more than 2 000 hours depending on rocks
processed and on impactor working conditions.

IMPACTOR FEED

The quarry run is composed by 30% to 60% of rocks having half dimension of the maximum
nominal size.
Bulk density is considered to be 1.6 g/cm3.
Rule of thumb for quarry blocks:
- 3 dimensions represent the size of a bloc : thickness, the nominal size and length; thickness
is about 0.6 times the nominal size and length is about 1.6 times the nominal size.
- See performances charts for weight of blocks and maximum top feed size.

MAXIMUM REDUCTION RATIO IN OPEN CIRCUIT

Refer to performances charts : the limit to get the final product size in open circuit is indicated.

MAXIMUM REDUCTION RATIO IN CLOSED CIRCUIT

Refer to performances charts :


In closed circuit, finer product size than indicated in the charts can be obtained but the
recirculating load might be too large.

CAPACITIES IN OPEN AND CLOSED CIRCUITS

Refer to performances charts and average output curves.


N.B. a product size has 90% passing at the corresponding square opening.

POWER TO BE INSTALLED

Refer to performances charts : power mentioned is maximum power to install according to


primary or secondary application.
ROTATION SPEED

Refer to performances charts.

ADJUSTMENT OF THE BREAKER PLATES

- Second breaker plate setting


To be adjusted to the nominal product size dimension.
- First breaker plate setting
Setting = (Top feed size + second breaker plate setting) / 4 + 20 mm.
- Example : top feed size : 1000 mm
product size : minus 80 mm
Second breaker plate setting : 80 mm
First breaker plate setting : (100 + 80) / 4 + 20 = 290 mm.
- During commissioning
These above theoritical setiings have to be adjusted if required to get the final requested
product.

HOW TO USE THE PERFORMANCES CHART

1- Choose the top feed size of the application.


2- Choose the final product size you want to get from the machine:
Several cases :
- You get directly the nominal product size in open circuit (OC), or you reach the impactor
working limit in open circuit.
- You might want to get finer product then you have to use a closed circuit (CC) at an
opening sieve equal to the nominal product size. In this case the output of the impactor
will be the finer specified output you can get in open circuit.
Note:
Nominal size is with 90% passing at corresponding square opening; gradation curve will
be found in the average output curves chart.
3- Capacities are basic capacities of the requested nominal product size obtained with the
corresponding electrical power. For reduced outputs, the necessary power is proportional to
the outputs reduction.
4- Rotation speed and tip hammer speed are indicated for each top feed size.

Main characteristics (BP horizontal shaft impactors)

size

1007

1010

1013

1310

1313

1315

1620

FEED OPENING
Width

(mm)

750

1020

1320

1020

1320

1540

2050

Height

(mm)

650

710

770

1000

1140

1140

1400

(mm)

1000

1000

1000

1350

1350

1350

1550

55
75
90

90
110
132

110
132
160

110
132
160

132
160
200

160
200
250

250
315
2 x 200

8300

10040

11970

15680

18815

21960

42500

ROTOR
Diameter

Number of hammers
POWER

(kW)

WEIGHT

(kg)

Without feed box

BP curves
BP HORIZONTAL SHAFT IMPACTORS
AVERAGE OUTPUT CURVES
90% PRODUCT PASSING AT CORRESPONDING SQUARE OPENING
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(mm)

Capacities - BP 1007

kW

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

mm

kg

CIRCUIT

rpm

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

BP 1007

m/s

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30%
TO 55%
150

125

100

80

60

175

160

140

120 100*

50

40

30

25

20

15

10

90

65

55

50

45

85

70

60

55

45

90

75

65

60

50

40

80

75

65

55

45

85

75

60

50

85

70

55

OC
CC
740
90
38
740
90
38
780
90
41
780
75
41
820
75
43
880
75
46

300 x
500
x 800

200

240 x
400
x 640

100

180 x
300
x 480

45

120 x
200
x 320

12

60 x
100
x 160

1.6

30 x
50
x 80

0.2

OC
CC
OC

175

150

135

115 100*

CC
OC

165

145

120 105*

CC
OC

150

130

110 100*

CC
OC

115

95*

CC
OC

110

95*

CC
OC
CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - BP 1010

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

mm

kg

CIRCUIT

rpm
kW

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

BP 1010

m/s

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30%
TO 55%
200

150

125

100

80

60

50

40

30

25

20

240

220

190

165

140 125*

15

105

85

75

65

115

95

85

75

60

125

105

90

80

65

CC

110

100

85

70

OC

150 125*

CC

115

95

80

OC

150 130*
110

95

OC
CC
OC
CC
740
132
38
740
132
38
780
110
41
780
110
41
820
110
43
880
110
46

360 x
600
x 960

350

240 x
400
x 640

100

180 x
300
x 480

45

120 x
200
x 320

12

60 x
100
x 160

1.6

30 x
50
x 80

0.2

OC
CC
OC

240

210

185

155 135*

CC
OC

225

200

165 145*

CC
OC

210

175

155 135*

CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - BP 1013

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

mm

kg

CIRCUIT

rpm
kW

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

BP 1013

m/s

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30%
TO 55%
200

150

125

100

80

60

50

40

30

25

20

385

325

300

255

220

190 165*

15

140

115

100

90

160

135

115

100

80

170

140

125

110

90

CC

150

135

115

95

CC

200 170*

CC

150

130

110

OC

200 170*
140

125

OC
CC
CC
CC
740
160
38
740
160
38
780
132
41
780
132
41
820
132
43
880
132
46

360 x
600
x 960

350

240 x
400
x 640

100

180 x
300
x 480

45

120 x
200
x 320

12

60 x
100
x 160

1.6

30 x
50
x 80

0.2

CC
CC
CC

330

290

255

210 190*

CC
CC

310

265

220 195*

CC
CC

280

235

210 180*

CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - BP 1310

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

mm

kg

CIRCUIT

rpm
kW

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

BP 1310

m/s

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30%
TO 55%
200

150

125

100

80

60

50

40

30

25

360

300

270

235

205 170*

20

15

150

130

110

95

140

115

100

90

160

135

115

100

80

170

140

125

110

90

CC

150

135

115

95

OC

200 170*
150

130

110

OC
CC
520
160
36
540
160
38
540
160
38
610
132
43
610
132
43
650
132
46

480 x
800
x1280

800

360 x
600
x 960

350

240 x
400
x 640

100

180 x
300
x480

45

120 x
200
x 320

12

60 x
100
x 160

1.6

OC
CC
OC

385

325

300

255

220

190 165*

CC
OC

330

290

255

210 190*

CC
OC

310

265

220 195*

CC
OC

280

235

210 180*

CC
OC
CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - BP 1313

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP FEED
SIZE

mm

kg

CIRCUIT

rpm
kW

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

BP 1313

m/s
520
200
36
520
200
36
540
200
38
610
200
43
540
160
38
610
160
43
610
160
43

540 x
900
x1440

1100

480 x
800
x 1280

800

360 x
600
x 960

350

240 x
400
x 640

100

180 x
300
x 480

45

120 x
200
x 320

12

60 x
100
x 160

1.6

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30%
TO 55%
50

40

30

180

155

130

190

165

140

120

180

150

130

110

205

170

145

125

100

215

180

155

135

110

CC

195

170

145

120

OC

255 215*
190

160

135

OC

200

150

125

100

80

60

430

360

320

280

245 205*

CC
OC

450

375

335

295

485

420

370

325

285

415

365

320

270 240*

CC
OC

385

335

280 250*

CC
OC

15

240 210*

CC
OC

20

260 215*

CC
OC

25

360

300

270 235*

CC
OC
CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - BP 1315

kW

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

mm

kg

CIRCUIT

rpm

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

BP 1315

m/s

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30%
TO 55%
200

150

125

100

80

60

500

420

380

330

290 240*

50

40

30

25

20

15

210

180

150

195

160

140

210

170

150

130

240

200

170

145

120

250

210

185

160

130

CC

225

200

170

140

OC

300 250*
220

190

160

OC
CC
520
250
36
520
250
36
540
250
38
540
250
38
610
200
43
610
200
43
650
200
46

660 x
1000
x1600

1600

480 x
800
x 1280

800

360 x
600
x 960

350

240 x
400
x 640

100

180 x
300
x 480

45

120 x
200
x 320

12

60 x
100
x 160

1.6

OC
CC
OC

530

440

400

345

305 250*

CC
OC

225
570

480

440

380

330

280 245*

CC
OC

490

430

380

315 280*

CC
OC

455

395

330 290*

CC
OC

420

350

315 270*

CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - BP 1620

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

mm

kg

CIRCUIT

rpm
kW

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

BP 1620

m/s
420
400
34
420
400
34
470
400
38
470
400
38
470
400
38
530
315
43
530
315
43
530
315
43

780 x
1300
x 2080

3000

660 x
1000
x1600

1600

480 x
800
x 1280

800

360 x
600
x 960

350

240 x
400
x 640

100

180 x
300
x 480

45

120 x
200
x 320

12

60 x
100
x 160

1.6

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30%
TO 55%
50

40

30

310

265

220

345

300

250

370

320

265

230

345

280

250

215

395

330

280

240

200

420

350

310

270

220

CC

370

330

285

235

OC

500 410*
360

310

260

OC

200

150

125

100

80

60

740

635

570

460

425 350*

CC
OC

825

700

630

550

870

740

665

585

920

800

720

630

550

460 405*

CC
OC

810

710

620

520 460*

CC
OC

750

650

545 480*

CC
OC

15

510 420*

CC
OC

20

480 400*

CC
OC

25

700

580

520 445*

CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Main characterisitics (HSI)

size

1007

1010

1013

1310

1313

1315

1620

FEED OPENING
Width

(in.)

29 1/2

40

52

40

52

60

80 1/2

Height

(in.)

25 1/2

28

30 1/2

39 1/2

45

45

55

(mm)

39

39 1/2

39 1/2

53

53

53

61

75
100
125

125
150
200

150
200
250

150
200
250

200
250
300

250
300
350

350
500
2 x 300

18300

22140

26400

34580

41490

48240

93710

ROTOR
Diameter

Number of hammers
POWER

(hp)

WEIGHT
Without feed box

(lbs)

HSI curves
HORIZONTAL SHAFT IMPACTORS
AVERAGE OUTPUT CURVES
90% PRODUCT PASSING AT CORRESPONDING SQUARE OPENING
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in.)

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(mm)

Capacities - HSI 1007

fpm

BASIC CAPACITY (STPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (IN.) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

in.

Ibs

CIRCUIT

rpm
HP

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

HSI 1007

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


6

195

175

155

11/4

3/4

1/2

3/8

100

70

60

55

50

95

80

65

60

45

100

85

70

65

50

45

90

85

70

55

50

95

85

65

55

95

70

60

OC
CC
740
125
7480
740
125
7480
780
125
8070
780
100
8070
820
100
8465
880
100
9055

12 x
20
x 32

440

10 x
16
x 25

220

7 x
12
x 19

100

5x
8
x 13

26

2x
4
x 6

3.5

1 x
2
x 3

0.4

OC

130 110*

CC
OC

195

165

150

125 110*

CC
OC

180

160

130 115*

CC
OC
CC
OC
CC
OC
CC

165

145

120 110*

125 105*

120 105*

OC
CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL PADDLE ABRASION INDEX :
. .LESS THAN 0.0240 : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 0.0240 AND 0.2100 : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - HSI 1010

fpm

BASIC CAPACITY (STPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (IN.) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

in.

Ibs

CIRCUIT

rpm
HP

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

HSI 1010

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


8

265

240

210

180

3/4

1/2

115

95

85

70

125

105

95

85

55

140

115

100

90

60

CC

120

110

95

65

OC

165 140*

CC

125

105

85

OC

165 145*
120

100

OC
CC
OC
CC
740
200
7480
740
200
7480
780
150
8070
780
150
8070
820
150
8465
880
150
9055

14 x
24
x 38

770

10 x
16
x 25

220

7x
12
x 19

100

5x
8
x 13

26

2 x
4
x 6

3.5

1 x
2
x 3

0.4

OC

155 140*

CC
OC

265

230

205

170 150*

CC
OC

250

220

180 160*

CC
OC

230

195

170 150*

CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL PADDLE ABRASION INDEX :
. .LESS THAN 0.0240 : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 0.0240 AND 0.2100 : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - HSI 1013

fpm

BASIC CAPACITY (STPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (IN.) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

in.

Ibs

CIRCUIT

rpm
HP

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

HSI 1013

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


8

515

435

400

340

293

3/4

1/2

185

155

135

120

215

180

155

135

90

225

185

165

145

105

CC

200

180

155

110

OC

265 225*

CC

200

175

130

OC

265 225*
185

155

OC
CC
OC
CC
740
250
7480
740
250
7480
780
200
8070
820
200
8465
820
200
8465
880
200
9055

14 x
24
x 38

770

10 x
16
x 25

220

7x
12
x 19

100

5x
8
x 13

26

2 x
4
x 6

3.5

1 x
2
x 3

0.4

OC

255 220*

CC
OC

440

385

340

280 255*

CC
OC

415

355

295 260*

CC
OC

375

315

280 240*

CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL PADDLE ABRASION INDEX :
. .LESS THAN 0.0240 : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 0.0240 AND 0.2100 : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - HSI 1310

fpm

BASIC CAPACITY (STPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (IN.) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

in.

Ibs

CIRCUIT

rpm
HP

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

HSI 1310

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


8

480

400

360

315

3/4

1/2

200

175

145

125

185

155

135

120

215

180

155

135

90

225

185

165

145

105

CC

200

180

155

110

OC

265 225*
200

175

130

OC
CC
520
250
7085
540
250
7480
540
250
7480
610
200
8465
610
200
8465
650
200
9055

19 x
32
x 50

1760

14 x
24
x 38

770

10 x
16
x 25

220

7x
12
x 19

100

5x
8
x 13

26

2 x
4
x 6

3.5

OC

275 225*

CC
OC

515

435

400

340

295

255 220*

CC
OC

440

385

340

280 255*

CC
OC

415

355

295 260*

CC
OC

CC

375

315

280 240*

OC
CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL PADDLE ABRASION INDEX :
. .LESS THAN 0.0240 : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 0.0240 AND 0.2100 : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - HSI 1313

fpm
520
300
7085
520
300
7085
540
300
7480
540
300
7480
610
200
8465
610
200
8465
650
200
9055

BASIC CAPACITY (STPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING ( IN.) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

in.

Ibs

21 x
36
x 57

2430

19 x
32
x 50

1760

14 x
24
x 38

770

10 x
16
x 25

220

7x
12
x 19

100

5x
8
x 13

26

2 x
4
x 6

3.5

CIRCUIT

rpm
HP

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

HSI 1313

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


2

200

170

140

210

180

155

130

200

165

145

120

225

185

160

140

95

235

200

170

150

105

CC

215

185

160

115

OC

280 235*
210

175

140

OC

475

395

355

310

495

415

370

325

535

465

410

360

315

265 230*

CC
OC

455

400

355

300 265*

CC
OC

425

370

310 275*

CC
OC

CC

1/2

285 235*

CC
OC

3/4

270 225*

CC
OC

395

330

300 260*

OC
CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL PADDLE ABRASION INDEX :
. .LESS THAN 0.0240 : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 0.0240 AND 0.2100 : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - HSI 1315

fpm

BASIC CAPACITY (STPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (IN.) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

in.

Ibs

CIRCUIT

rpm
HP

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

HSI 1315

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


8

620

520

470

410

3/4

1/2

260

225

185

280

240

200

175

260

210

185

160

300

250

210

180

135

310

260

230

200

140

CC

280

250

210

160

OC

370 310*
275

235

185

OC
CC
520
400
7085
520
400
7085
540
400
7480
540
400
7480
610
300
8465
610
300
8465
650
300
9055

24 x
40
x 64

3530

19 x
32
x 50

1760

14 x
24
x 38

770

10 x
16
x 25

220

7x
12
x 19

100

5 x
8
x 13

26

2 x
4
x 6

3.5

OC

360 300*

CC
OC

657

545

495

430

380 310*

CC
OC

705

595

545

470

410

345 305*

CC
OC

605

535

470

390 345*

CC
OC

564

490

410 360*

CC
OC

CC

520

435

390 335*

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL PADDLE ABRASION INDEX :
. .LESS THAN 0.0240 : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 0.0240 AND 0.2100 : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Capacities - HSI 1620

fpm
420
600
6690
420
600
6690
470
600
7480
470
600
7480
470
600
7480
530
450
8465
530
450
8465
530
450
8465

BASIC CAPACITY (STPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (IN.) :

TOP
FEED SIZE

in.

Ibs

31 x
52
x 83

6600

24 x
40
x 64

3530

19 x
32
x 50

1760

14 x
24
x 38

770

10 x
16
x 25

220

7x
12
x 19

100

5 x
8
x 13

26

2 x
4
x 6

3.5

CIRCUIT

rpm
HP

CHROME IRON

SPEED

MAX. POWER

HSI 1620

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


2

365

310

260

405

350

295

435

375

310

270

405

330

295

250

465

385

330

280

215

490

410

365

315

235

CC

435

385

335

245

OC

585 480*
420

365

275

OC

865

745

670

540

965

820

740

654

102

865

780

685

600 490*

CC
OC

108

940

845

740

645

540 475*

CC
OC

950

830

725

610 540*

CC
OC

880

760

640 565*

CC
OC

CC

1/2

565 470*

CC
OC

3/4

500 410*

CC
OC

820

680

610 520*

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCED OUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE OUTPUTS
REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
. CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL PADDLE ABRASION INDEX :
. .LESS THAN 0.0240 : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 0.0240 AND 0.2100 : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Estimation of hammer wear life (HSI)

ESTIMATION OF HAMMER WEAR LIFE (HOURS)

PRODUCT ABRASIVITY

HAMMER MATERIALS

FRENCH STD
ABR
G/T

US. STD
PADDLE AI
G

MANGANESE
STEEL
H

MARTENSITIC
STEEL
H

CHROME
IRON
H

0 to 40

0 to 0.0020

more than 2000

More than 2400

More than 3000

40 to 100

0.0020 to 0.0050

1000 to 2000

1200 to 2400

More than 2000

100 to 150

0.0050 to 0.0100

400 to 1000

500 to 1200

1200 to 2000

150 to 250

0.0100 to 0.0240

150 to 400

200 to 500

800 to 1200

250 to 400

0.0240 to 0.0500

100 to 200

400 to 800

400 to 600

0.0500 to 0.1000

300 to 400

600 to 900

0.1000 to 0.2100

200 to 300

MORE THAN 900

MORE THAN 0.2100

APPLICATION FOR JAW OR CONE CRUSHER

Nordpactors

Flexibility................................................................................... 122
Easy use and servicing ............................................................ 123
Nordpactor curves .................................................................... 124
NP 1620 capacities .................................................................. 125
NP 1415 capacities .................................................................. 126
NP 1313 capacities .................................................................. 127
NP 1210 capacities .................................................................. 128
Nordpactor SR curves .............................................................. 129
NP 1520 SR capacities ............................................................ 130
NP 1315 SR capacities ............................................................ 131
NP 1213 SR capacities ............................................................ 132
NP 1110 SR capacities ............................................................. 133
NP 1007 SR capacities ............................................................ 134

Flexibility
A choice of primaries.
A choice of secondaries also adapted to the recycling.
A choice of different hammers qualities:
- Manganese steel
- Martensitic steel
- Cast iron

Possibility to have a 3rd braker plate in secondary machines.


Possibility of hydraulic assistance.
Possibility of hydraulic setting.
Same wear parts on an associated primary and secondary (complete plant).
The compact design enables a fitting on mobile equipment (portable or Lokotrack).

Easy use and servicing


- Inspection lateral and back doors.
- Hydraulic opening of the machine with a motorized pump.
- Beam and servicing pulley block.
- Dismantling of the hammers either sideways or upwards.
- Returning and refitting in place thanks to adapted tools supplied.
- More massive hammers then a less frequent changing.
- Profil of the hammer allowing its returning and then a maximum use of the wear part (rule 70/
20/5/5).
- Locking of the hammers by wedges ensuring a perfect contact with the backing beam.
- Locking of the hammers allowing to push forwards the present limits of use of certain
qualities of wear parts and then to have a less frequent change effect.
- Locking of the hammers very quickly limiting the down time and the loss of production as well
as the cost of manpower.
- Hydraulic assistance for the setting of the second breaker plate and the clearing of the first
breaker plate (option on primary).
- Hydraulic setting of the primary and secondary breaker plates thanks to cylinders (option on
the secondaries).
- Side liners in anti-abrasion steel 400 HB (rule 70/20/5/5).
- Side liners are bolted on the frame and have a dimension allowing an heasy handling.

Nordpactor curves
NORDPACTOR H.S.I.
AVERAGE OUTPUT CURVES FOR NP SERIES
90% PRODUCT PASSING AT CORRESPONDING SQUARE OPENING
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)

(mm)

NP 1620 capacities

rpm

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE
CIRCUIT

CHROME IRON

MAX. POWER

NP 1620

mm

kg

m/s
420
34
420
34
440
36
470
38
470
38
500
41
500
41
530
43

780X
1300
X2080

3000

600X
1000
X1600

1600

480X
800
X1280

800

360X
600
X960

350

240X
400
X640

100

180X
300
X480

45

120X
200
X320

12

60X
100
X160

1,6

MAXIMUM INSTALLED POWER : 400 KW


MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6
MATERIAL
CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30% TO 55%
50

40

30

310

260

220

330

280

230

350

300

250

220

330

260

230

210

370

310

270

250

190

450

370

330

280

230

CC

430

390

330

265

OC

570 480*
420

360

300

OC

200 150 125 100

80

760

420 350*

660

580

480

60

CC
OC

840

700

620

540

870

730

650

570

930

780

710

620

530

430 380*

CC
OC

810

750

650

530 470*

CC
OC

870

760

620 540*

CC
OC

CC

15

500 400*

CC
OC

20

470 380*

CC
OC

25

840

680

620 510*

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCEDOUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE
OUTPUTS REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

NP 1415 capacities

rpm

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE
CIRCUIT

CHROME IRON

MAX. POWER

NP 1415

mm

35
520
36
520
36
550
39
585
42
585
42
615
44

MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6


MATERIAL
CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30% TO 55%

kg

m/s

495

MAXIMUM INSTALLED POWER : 250 KW

600X
1000
X1600

1600

480X
800
X1280

800

360X
600
X960

350

240X
400
X640

100

180X
300
X480

45

120X
200
X320

12

60X
100
X160

1,6

50

40

30

210

180

150

225

195

160

140

210

170

150

135

240

200

175

150

130

290

240

210

180

150

CC

280

250

210

170

OC

370 310*
270

230

190

OC

200 150 125 100

80

540

300 240*

450

400

350

60

CC
OC

560

470

420

365

600

500

460

400

340

520

480

420

340 300*

CC
OC

560

490

400 350*

CC
OC

CC

15

280 245*

CC
OC

20

315 250*

CC
OC

25

540

440

400 330*

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCEDOUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE
OUTPUTS REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

NP 1313 capacities

rpm

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE
CIRCUIT

CHROME IRON

MAX. POWER

NP 1313

mm

kg

m/s
520
35
520
35
550
37
550
37
620
42
620
42
660
45

540X
900
X1440

1100

480X
800
X1280

800

360X
600
X960

350

240X
400
X640

100

180X
300
X480

45

120X
200
X320

12

60X
100
X160

1,6

MAXIMUM INSTALLED POWER : 200 KW


MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6
MATERIAL
CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30% TO 55%
50

40

30

170

145

115

180

155

125

110

170

135

120

110

330

260

230

210

230

190

170

145

120

CC

220

200

165

135

OC

300 250*
210

180

150

OC

200 150 125 100

80

430

240 190*

360

320

280

60

CC
OC

450

375

335

290

480

400

370

320

270

415

380

330

270 240*

CC
OC

450

390

320 280*

CC
OC

CC

15

220 190*

CC
OC

20

250 200*

CC
OC

25

430

350

320 260*

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCEDOUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE
OUTPUTS REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

NP 1210 capacities

rpm

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE
CIRCUIT

CHROME IRON

MAX. POWER

NP 1210

mm

kg

m/s

MAXIMUM INSTALLED POWER : 160 KW


MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6
MATERIAL
CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30% TO 55%
200 150 125 100

80

60

50

40

30

25

330

190 150*

20

15

135

120

100

85

125

105

90

80

145

120

105

90

80

170

140

125

110

90

CC

165

145

120

100

OC

220 180*
160

140

110

OC
CC
560
35
580
37
580
37
650
41
650
41
700
44

480X
800
X1280

800

360X
600
X960

350

240X
400
X640

100

180X
300
X480

45

120X
200
X320

12

60X
100
X160

1,6

OC

280

250

220

CC
OC

360

300

280

240

200

170 150*

CC
OC

310

290

250

200 180*

CC
OC

330

290

240 210*

CC
OC

CC

320

260

240 200*

OC
CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCEDOUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE
OUTPUTS REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Nordpactor SR curves

NORDPACTOR H.S.I.
AVERAGE OUTPUT CURVES FOR NP SR SERIES
90% PRODUCT PASSING AT CORRESPONDING SQUARE OPENING
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)

(mm)

NP 1520 SR capacities

rpm

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE
CIRCUIT

CHROME IRON

MAX. POWER

NP 1520 SR

mm

kg

m/s

480
37
500
39
530
42
560
44
580
46
630
49

360X
700
X960

500

240X
400
X640

100

180X
300
X480

45

120X
200
X320

12

60X
100
X160

1,6

30X
50
X80

0,2

MAXIMUM INSTALLED POWER : 400 KW


MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6
MATERIAL
CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30% TO 55%
40

30

25

20

320

270

250

220

400

340

300

260

230

410

370

320

270

420

360

300

CC

450

380

330

OC

500*
400

350

OC

200 150 125 100

80

60

800

500

450 370*

720

660

570

50

CC
OC

780

690

600

500 450*

CC
OC

800

720

600

540 460*

CC
OC

830

690

640

560 470*

CC
OC

15

600 510*

CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCEDOUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE
OUTPUTS REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

NP 1315 SR capacities

rpm

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE
CIRCUIT

CHROME IRON

MAX. POWER

NP 1315 SR

mm

kg

m/s

550
37
585
40
615
42
660
45
700
48
700
48

360X
600
X960

350

240X
400
X640

100

180X
300
X480

45

120X
200
X320

12

60X
100
X160

1,6

30X
50
X80

0,2

MAXIMUM INSTALLED POWER : 250 KW


MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6
MATERIAL
CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30% TO 55%
40

30

25

20

220

180

165

145

250

210

185

165

145

260

230

200

170

265

225

190

CC

240

210

OC

310 250*

OC

150 125 100

80

60

480

330

280 245*

440

380

50

CC
OC

490

430

380

315 280*

CC
OC

500

450

380

340 290*

CC
OC

520

430

400

350 300*

CC
OC

15

380

320 280*

CC

220

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCEDOUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE
OUTPUTS REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

NP 1213 SR capacities

rpm

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE
CIRCUIT

CHROME IRON

MAX. POWER

NP 1213 SR

mm

kg

m/s

580
37
610
39
660
41
700
44
740
46
780
49

360X
600
X960

350

240X
400
X640

100

180X
300
X480

45

120X
200
X320

12

60X
100
X160

1,6

30X
50
X80

0,2

OC

MAXIMUM INSTALLED POWER : 200 KW


MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6
MATERIAL
CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30% TO 55%
150 125 100

80

60

380

260

220 190*

350

300

50

CC
OC

390

340

300

400

360

30

25

20

170

140

130

110

200

170

150

130

110

300

210

180

160

130

200

180

150

190

160

270 230*

CC
OC

410

350

320

280 230*

CC
OC

300

250 220*

CC
OC

15

250 220*

CC
OC

40

300

250 200*

CC

170

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCEDOUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE
OUTPUTS REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

NP 1110 SR capacities

rpm

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE
CIRCUIT

CHROME IRON

MAX. POWER

NP 1110 SR

mm

kg

m/s

620
36
660
38
700
40
740
43
780
45
830
48

360X
600
X960

350

240X
400
X640

100

180X
300
X480

45

120X
200
X320

12

60X
100
X160

1,6

30X
50
X80

0,2

OC

MAXIMUM INSTALLED POWER : 160 KW


MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6
MATERIAL
CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30% TO 55%
150 125 100

80

60

290

200

170 150*

260

230

50

CC
OC

300

260

230

300

270

30

25

20

130

110

100

85

150

125

110

100

85

230

155

140

120

100

155

130

110

140

120

200 175*

CC
OC

310

260

240

210 180*

CC
OC

230

190 170*

CC
OC

15

190 170*

CC
OC

40

200

185 150*

CC

130

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCEDOUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE
OUTPUTS REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

NP 1007 SR capacities

rpm

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF CRUSHED


MATERIAL WITH 90% PRODUCT PASSING AT
THE FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING (MM) :

TOP
FEED SIZE
CIRCUIT

CHROME IRON

MAX. POWER

NP 1007 SR

mm

kg

m/s

705
37
790
37
790
41
835
44
835
44
940
49

300X
500
X800

200

240X
400
X640

100

180X
300
X480

45

120X
200
X320

12

60X
100
X160

1,6

30X
50
X80

0,2

OC

MAXIMUM INSTALLED POWER : 90 KW


MATERIAL BULK DENSITY : 1.6
MATERIAL
CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) : FROM 30% TO 55%
150 125 100

80

60

50

175

120

100

90*

160

140

CC
OC

175

150

135

180

160

30

25

20

80

65

60

50

90

75

65

60

50

135

190

90

80

70

60

45

155

145

90

80

70

55

85

75

60

80

65

125 105*

CC
OC

135

115 100*

CC
OC

10

120 105*

CC
OC

15

115 100*

CC
OC

40

130

110

90*

CC

- ABOVE BASIC CAPACITIES ARE OBTAINED WITH CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM POWER.


- FOR REDUCEDOUTPUTS, THE NECESSARY POWER IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE
OUTPUTS REDUCTION.
- * . LIMIT OF CAPACITY AND GRADATION IN OPEN CIRCUIT (OC).
CORRESPONDING CURVE TO BE USED FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT (CC) APPLICATIONS.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL CRUSHABILITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. BETWEEN 20% AND 30% : BASIC CAPACITY x 0.85
. BETWEEN 55% AND 75% : BASIC CAPACITY x 1.15
. LESS THAN 20% OR MORE THAN 75% : CONSULT MACHINES DEPARTMENT.
- ACCORDING TO MATERIAL ABRASIVITY (FRENCH STANDARDS) :
. LESS THAN 250 G/T : USE OF MANGANESE STEEL HAMMERS.
. BETWEEN 250 AND 900 G/T : POSSIBILITY TO USE CHROME IRON HAMMERS FOR ABOVE
APPLICATIONS MARKED WITH

Recycling

Nordberg Impact Crushers guidelines


in recycling applications ........................................................... 136
Impactors curves : Output in demolition rubble
and concrete (production of minus 70 mm) ............................. 138
Impactors curves : Output in demolition rubble
and concrete (production of minus 40 mm) ............................. 139
Performances (mm) : Output in demolition rubble
and concrete ............................................................................ 140
Performances (in.) : Output in demolition rubble
and concrete ............................................................................ 141
Impactors curves : output in asphalt recycling
(production of minus 40 mm) ................................................... 142
Impactors curves : output in asphalt recycling
(production of minus 20 mm) ................................................... 143
Performances (mm) : Output in asphalt ................................... 144
Performances (in.) : Output in asphalt ..................................... 145
Citycrusher 1007 ...................................................................... 146
Citycrusher curves : Output in demolition rubble
and concrete (production of minus 40 mm) ............................. 147
Citycrusher curves : Output in demolition rubble
and concrete (production of minus 70 mm) ............................. 148
Citycrusher curves : Output in asphalt recycling
(production of minus 20 mm) ................................................... 149
Citycrusher curves : Output in asphalt recycling
(production of minus 40 mm) ................................................... 150
Impact crusher BP 1010 curves ............................................... 151
Impact crusher BP 1013 curves ............................................... 152

Nordberg Impact Crushers guidelines in recycling applications


RAW MATERIALS TO BE PROCESSED
3 main qualities:
Concrete with or without rebars:
They can be defined according to their components:
- Aggregates which are fine or coarse, which are abrasive or not ...
- The cement content.
- The density and the thickness of the re-bars.
Demolition materials:
Normally composed of very heterogen materials: concrete, bricks, wood, steel, several rocks
quality.
Asphalts:
They can be defined according to their components:
- Aggregates more or less abrasive.
- Tar content.

ADVANTAGES OF IMPACT CRUSHER IN RECYCLING


- High reduction ratio.
- Efficient way to separate the re-bars from aggregates in reinforced concrete.
- Excellent shape coefficient of end products.
- Possibility to run in closed circuit.
- Cheaper capital investment than Jaw-cone solution.

FEED PREPARATION
To achieve a good preparation of the feed materials :
- Sorting of uncrushable materials: metallic pieces, wood sleepers.
- Feed materials: size of the concrete slabs, concrete blocks or asphalt material should be
adapted to the size of the impact crusher.
- Closed circuit arrangement: to find a way to take away the metallic parts returning to the
crusher.

QUALITIES OF HAMMERS
Manganese steel:
The only quality enabling to crush without breakage.
Martensitic steel:
With some risks of breakages according to the materials processed and the reduction
requested.
Resists better to the wear than manganese.
Chromium cast iron:
Good for asphalt processing if there is no tramp iron.
High risks of breakages in concrete and demolition but the financial balance can be positive if
the customer is aware of such risks and accepts them.

HAMMER LIFE
Considering the heterogeneity of the different feeds the lifes forecasts are difficult and approximative.
As rule of thumb, we can keep in mind the following values:
- Manganese steel hammers:
Concrete
:
50 to 100 hours
Demolition :
40 to 200 hours
Asphalt
:
40 to 150 hours
- Martensitic steel hammers:
1.2 to 1.5 times the values for Mn
- Chromium cast iron:
3 to 4 times the values for Mn

PRODUCTION
Refer to the attached specific production charts for recycling.

PRODUCTION CURVES
The production curves are very fluctuating and follow the fluctuation of the feed curves.
Refer to the general shape of the attached curves obtained from actual site where actual
recycling was performed.

Impactors curves : Output in demolition rubble and concrete (production of minus 70


mm
HS IMPACTORS
OUTPUT IN DEMOLITION RUBBLE AND CONCRETE
PRODUCTION OF MINUS 70 MM
OUTPUT GRADATION ENVELOPE
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
0.065

0.13

0.25

0.5

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)
1

(mm)

Impactors curves : Output in demolition rubble and concrete (production of minus 40


mm
HS IMPACTORS
OUTPUT IN DEMOLITION RUBBLE AND CONCRETE
PRODUCTION OF MINUS 40 MM
GRADATION CURVES :
OUTPUT ENVELOPE
SITE RESULTS
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
0.065

0.13

0.25

0.5

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)
1

(mm)

Performances (mm) : Output in demolition rubble and concrete

OUTPUT IN DEMOLITION RUBBLE AND CONCRETE

POWER

SPEED

TOP FEED SIZE

kW

RPM / M/S

MM

120

70

40

300 x 500 x 800

110

80

50

75

610 / 32
150 x 250 x 400

130

100

65

350 x 600 x 900

150

110

75

180 x 300 x 450

190

130

85

350 x 600 x 1000

180

130

90

180 x 300 x 500

230

170

110

500 x 800 x 1200

180

130

90

250 x 400 x 600

230

170

120

520 x 900 x 1400

210

160

110

260 x 450 x 700

270

200

140

600 x 1000 x 1600

250

190

140

300 x 500 x 800

300

230

170

SIZE

1007

1010

1013

1310

1313

1315

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF


CRUSHED MATERIAL WITH 90 %
PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING
(MM)

90

110

132

160

200

610 / 32

610 / 32

450 / 32

450 / 32

450 / 32

Performances depend on preparation of the feed material.


Above basic capacities are obtained with corresponding power ; for reduced outputs the necessary power
is proportional to the outputs reduction.

Performances (in.) : Output in demolition rubble and concrete

OUTPUT IN DEMOLITION RUBBLE AND CONCRETE

POWER

SPEED

TOP FEED SIZE

HP

RPM / FPM

IN.

1.5

12 x 20 x 32

120

90

55

100

610 / 6300
6 x 10 x 16

145

110

70

14 x 24 x 36

160

120

80

7 x 12 x 18

210

150

95

14 x 24 x 40

200

145

100

7 x 12 x 20

250

190

120

19 x 32 x 50

220

175

120

9 1/2 x 16 x 25

270

200

140

21 x 36 x 57

240

185

130

10 1/2 x 18 x 23 1/2

310

230

160

24 x 40 x 64

280

210

160

12 x 20 x 32

350

260

180

SIZE

1007

1010

1013

1310

1313

1315

BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF


CRUSHED MATERIAL WITH 90 %
PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING
(IN)

120

150

200

250

300

610 / 6300

610 / 6300

450 / 6300

450 / 6300

450 / 6300

Performances depend on preparation of the feed material.


Above basic capacities are obtained with corresponding power ; for reduced outputs the necessary power
is proportional to the outputs reduction.

Impactors curves : output in asphalt recycling (production of minus 40 mm)


HS IMPACTORS
OUTPUT IN ASPHALT RECYCLING
PRODUCTION OF MINUS 40 MM
OUTPUT GRADATION ENVELOPE
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
0.065

0.13

0.25

0.5

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)
1

(mm)

Impactors curves : output in asphalt recycling (production of minus 20 mm)


HS IMPACTORS
OUTPUT IN ASPHALT RECYCLING
PRODUCTION OF MINUS 20 MM
OUTPUT GRADATION ENVELOPE
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
0.065

0.13

0.25

0.5

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)
1

(mm)

Performances (mm) : Output in asphalt

OUTPUT IN ASPHALT
BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF
CRUSHED MATERIAL WITH 90 %
PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING
(MM)

POWER

SPEED

TOP FEED SIZE

kW

RPM / M/S

MM

70

40

20

1007

75

540 / 28

300 x 500 x 700

80

65

50

1010

90

540 / 28

300 x 600 x 800

110

90

60

1013

110

540 / 28

300 x 650 x 900

130

110

70

1310

132

400 / 28

400 x 800 x 1000

140

120

85

1313

160

400 / 28

500 x 900 x 1100

180

150

115

1315

200

400 / 28

500 x 1000 x 1300

210

180

135

SIZE

Performances depend on preparation of the feed material.


Above basic capacities are obtained with corresponding power ; for reduced outputs the necessary power
is proportional to the outputs reduction.

Performances (in.) : Output in asphalt

OUTPUT IN ASPHALT
BASIC CAPACITY (MTPH) OF
CRUSHED MATERIAL WITH 90 %
PRODUCT PASSING AT THE
FOLLOWING SQUARE OPENING
(IN)

POWER

SPEED

TOP FEED SIZE

HP

RPM / FPM

IN.

1.5

3/4

1007

100

540 / 5510

12 x 20 x28

90

70

50

1010

120

540 / 5510

14 x 2 x 36

120

95

60

1013

150

540 / 5510

16 x 32 x 40

145

120

70

1310

200

400 / 5510

19 x 32 x 50

170

140

95

1313

250

400 / 5510

20 x 36 x 44

210

160

120

1315

300

400 / 5510

20 x 40 x 52

240

180

145

SIZE

Performances depend on preparation of the feed material.


Above basic capacities are obtained with corresponding power ; for reduced outputs the necessary power
is proportional to the outputs reduction.

Citycrusher 1007

Citycrusher curves : Output in demolition rubble and concrete (production of minus 40


mm)
CITYCRUSHER 1007
OUTPUT IN DEMOLITION RUBBLE AND CONCRETE
PERFORMANCES DEPEND ON PREPARATION AND PRECRUSHING OF THE FEED MATERIAL
PRODUCTION OF MINUS 40 MM
CAPACITY : 40 TO 90 MTPH (45 TO 100 STPH)
GRADATION CURVES :
OUTPUT ENVELOPE
SITE RESULTS
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
0.065

0.13

0.25

0.5

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)
1

(mm)

Citycrusher curves : Output in demolition rubble and concrete (production of minus 70


mm)
CITYCRUSHER 1007
OUTPUT IN DEMOLITION RUBBLE AND CONCRETE
PERFORMANCES DEPEND ON PREPARATION AND PRECRUSHING OF THE FEED MATERIAL
PRODUCTION OF MINUS 70 MM
CAPACITY : 55 TO 125 MTPH (60 TO 135 STPH)
OUTPUT GRADATION ENVELOPE
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
0.065

0.13

0.25

0.5

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)
1

(mm)

Citycrusher curves : Output in asphalt recycling (production of minus 20 mm)


CITYCRUSHER 1007
OUTPUT IN ASPHALT RECYCLING
PERFORMANCES DEPEND ON PREPARATION AND PRECRUSHING OF THE FEED MATERIAL
PRODUCTION OF MINUS 20 MM
CAPACITY : 45 TO 85 MTPH (50 TO 95 STPH)
OUTPUT GRADATION ENVELOPE:
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
0.065

0.13

0.25

0.5

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)
1

(mm)

Citycrusher curves : Output in asphalt recycling (production of minus 40 mm)


CITYCRUSHER 1007
OUTPUT IN ASPHALT RECYCLING
PERFORMANCES DEPEND ON PREPARATION AND PRECRUSHING OF THE FEED MATERIAL
PRODUCTION OF MINUS 40 MM
CAPACITY : 55 TO 105 MTPH (60 TO 115 STPH)
OUTPUT GRADATION ENVELOPE:
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
0.065

0.13

0.25

0.5

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)
1

(mm)

Impact crusher BP 1010 curves


IMPACT CRUSHER BP 1010
PERFORMANCES DEPEND ON PREPARATION AND PRECRUSHING OF THE FEED MATERIAL
PRODUCTION OF MINUS 40 MM
CAPACITY : 75 TO 130 MTPH (80 TO 145 STPH)
OUTPUT GRADATION ENVELOPE:
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
0.065

0.13

0.25

0.5

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)
1

(mm)

Impact crusher BP 1013 curves


IMPACT CRUSHER BP 1013
PERFORMANCES DEPEND ON PREPARATION AND PRECRUSHING OF THE FEED MATERIAL
PRODUCTION OF MINUS 40 MM
CAPACITY : 105 TO 175 MTPH (115 TO 190 STPH)
OUTPUT GRADATION ENVELOPE:
% CUMULATIVE PASSING AT SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
SQUARE OPENING SIEVES
0.065

0.13

0.25

0.5

SQUARE OPENING SIEVES

(in)
1

(mm)

Cityscreen 1030

Specifications .............................................................................. 154


Technical description................................................................... 155
Production ................................................................................... 156

Specifications

Transportation dimensions
Overall length
Width
Height
Weight

:
:
:
:

Vibrating screen
Length
Width
Screening area
Number of decks

Citycrusher 1007

8,270 m
2,50 m
2,890 m
11500 kg

:
:
:
:

3m
1m
3 m2
2

Cityscreen 1030

Technical description
. CVB 1030/II vibrating screen driven by 5.5 kW squirrel cage motor.
. Feed conveyor to the screen, 500 mm x 6 m driven by 4 kW squirrel cage motor with
gear reducer.
. Lower deck product conveyor 500 mm x 4.8 m driven by 4 kW squirrel cage motor with
gear reducer.
. Stockpiling conveyor for final product, 500 mm x 3 m driven by 4 kW squirrel cage
motor with a gear reducer.
. Top deck oversize product chute.
. Main control panel with protection devices and interconnecting cabling ready fitted.
. Hydraulik system for lifting screen and conveyors into working position.
. Rolled steel chassis equipped for hydraulik hook loading system.

Production
Working with a Citycrusher 1007, the Cityscreen 1030 has a typical output performance in
asphalt/concrete material of:
23 tph of 0/10
10 tph of 10/20
17 tph of +20

Sand impactor BP 10.05


6

Technical informations.............................................................. 158


Typical screen granulametric curves (for information) ............. 159

Technical informations
Technical description
1 The selection of large double row rolling element bearings permits high rotor speed.
2 Abrasion resistant blow bars and liner plates are selected to suit the feed material.
3 Easily locked blow bars are reversible to maintain the balance of the rotor and give maximum
life.
4 Replaceable rotor protection plates.
5 Adjustable heads ensure perfect balancing of the two blow bars.
6 Breaker plate fitted with protective shock absorbers.
7 The crushing chamber is fitted with liners designed to ensure correct internal distribution of the
feed.
8 Safety devices fitted for use during maintenance periods.

Characteristics
Inlet cross section

mm

520 x 215

Maximum feed size

Rotor diameter

mm

1000

Non-abrasive material

mm

80

Total weight

kg

3850

Abrasive material

mm

60

Installed power

kW

110

Approximate capacity

t/h

60

Feed height

mm

1750

Typical screen granulametric curves (for information)

SQUARE OPENING

Hammer mill BM 100.125

Tecnical informations................................................................ 161

Tecnical informations
Technical description
1 Large spherical roller bearings sized for long life and possible evolution of the rotation speed.
2 Main frame provided with a trap to capture possible tramp iron.
3 Hardened steel hammers axles.
4 Three positions for fixation on the rotor and symetrical design of the hammers allow wear compensation and optimisation.
5 Manganese liner plates for main crushing areas and abrasion resistant liners elsewhere.
6 Calibrating bars and/or grids made of manganese steel are locked by a simple device.
7 Safety device for frame opening.

Characteristics

Inlet cross section

mm

1200 x 490

Maximum feed size

mm

250

Rotor diameter

mm

1000

Approximate capacity

t/h

30 of 0/2 mm (CC)

Total weight

kg

9520

at 132 kW

40 of 0/4 mm (OC)

Installed power

kW

110 to 160

(CC) : closed circuit

55 of 0/6 mm (OC)

(OC) : open circuit

80 of 0/10 mm (OC)

Vertical shaft impactor VI 16.65

Technical characteristics .......................................................... 163

Technical characteristics

1 The selection of shaft bearings permits possible evolution of the rotation speed.
2 Automatic grease lubrication to get long life of the shaft bearings.
3 Standard equipment for processing abrasive material : rock box design rotor with discharge tips
and rock box anvil. In case of less abrasive material, the VI can be equiped with shoe rotor and
anvil ring.
4 Rotor and top cover liners made of chrome iron and wear resistant steel. Shell and main shaft
box are protected by rubber curtains.
5 Easy monitoring and maintenance by two inspection doors located on the top cover.
6 Adjustable position of the feed tube.
7 A vibration detector device shuts down automatically the machine in case of considerable
vibrations.

Screens

The range of screens ............................................................... 165


Secondary CVB screens .......................................................... 167
ELLIVAR screens .................................................................... 168
CVBD screens .......................................................................... 169
V-screens ................................................................................. 170
Capacities................................................................................. 171
Capacities of sizing screens .................................................... 172
Primary CVB screens ............................................................... 173
Capacities of primary CVB screens ......................................... 176
CSB scalping screens .............................................................. 177
EDB scalping screens .............................................................. 178
Scalping information................................................................. 179
Capacities of scalping screens ................................................ 182
ATV Feeders: ATV 09-40 - ATV 11-50 - ATV 14-65 ................. 183
ATV Feeders: ATV 06-23 - ATV 08-35 - ATV 11-45 ................. 184
Capacities of ATV Feeders ...................................................... 185
Choice of a screen ................................................................... 186

The range of screens

MACHINE

CVB 1020

CVB 1030

CVB 1330

CVB 1540

CVB 1845

Size :
widthh

mm

1000

1000

1300

1500

1800

length

mm

2000

3000

3000

4000

4500

m2

II III IV

II III IV

II III IV

II III IV

II III IV

18

18

18

18

18

Screening surface
Number of decks possible
Angle of operation
Motor :
Electric
Short-circuit rotor
1500 REVS
per/mn
Power :
II or II 1/2 decks

kW

5.5

5.5

11

15

IIII decks

kW

5.5

5.5

11

22

IV decks

kW

5.5

7.5

15

22

Rotation
speed

min REVS

per/mn

800

800

800

800

800

of screen

max. REVS

per/mn

1100

1100

1100

1000

1000

mm

5 to 10

5 to 10

5 to 10

6 to 10

6 to 10

4 - SPB

5 -SPB

2340

2430

Amplitude
Drive :
V-belts
number and type
belt length

3 - 17 x 11 4 - 17 x 11 4 - 17 x 11
mm

1330

1720

Lubricating system

1720
(oil splash)

Weight of complete screen :


II decks

kg

1400

2390

2560

4100

5500

II 1/2 decks

kg

III decks

kg

1650

2720

2940

4800

6800

IV decks

kg

1900

3100

3360

5560

7800

tonnes

yes

Maximum lift
Rinsing capacity
Primary screen (II decks)

(see water sprays)


yes

yes

MACHINE

CVB
2050

CVB
2060

ELLIV
13

ELLIV
16

ELLIV
20

ELLIV
25

ELLIV
30

CVDB
1550

CVDB
1850

Size :
widthh

mm

2000

2000

2200

2630

2630

3300

3300

1500

1800

length

mm

5000

6000

6100

6100

7625

7625

9150

5000

5000

Screening surface

m2

10

12

13

16

20

25

30

7.5

II III

II III IV

I II
III IV

II II
III

II II
III

II III

II

II III

II III

18

18

20

20

15

15

15

Number of decks possible


Angle of operation
Motor :
Electric
Short-circuit rotor
1500 REVS
per/min
Power :

II or II 1/2 decks

kW

22

22

2 x 11

2 x 15

2 x 15

2 x 22

2 x 30

2 x 11

2 x 11

IIII decks

kW

22

22

2 x 11

2 x 15

2x18.5

2 x 22

2 x 11

2 x 11

IV decks

kW

22

22

2 x 11

Rotation
speed

min REVS

per/mn

800

800

900

900

900

900

900

800

800

of screen

max. REVS

per/mn

1000

1000

1100

1100

1100

1100

1100

1000

1000

mm

6 to 10

6 to 10

4 to 10

4 to 10

4 to 10

6 to 14

6 to14

5 SPB

5 SPB

2x3
SPB

2x4
SPB

2x3-15

2x5
SPB

2x5
SPB

2x3
SPB

2x3
SPB

2650

2650

3650

3650

4750

2120

1750

1750

Amplitude

6to10.5 6 to 9.5

Drive :
V-belts
number and type
belt length

mm

Lubricating system
Weight of complete screen :
II decks

kg

6200

7500

10400

13600

15300

21500

23500

5000

6200

II 1/2 decks

kg

11100

15600

17000

III decks

kg

7500

9300

12300

17000

19300

25000

6300

7000

IV decks

kg

8800

10800

15000

tonnes

2.5

2.5

Maximum lift
Rinsing capacity
Primary screen (II decks)

(see water sprays)


yes

Secondary CVB screens


Presentation

FEED BOX
MECHANISM

SCREEN
CLOTHS

BELTS
GUARDS
CHECK

SUSPENSION
SPRINGS

SUSPENSION
SPRINGS

PULLEYS

MOTOR
SUPPORT

Description
. Mechanism: one cylindrical shaft mounted with 2 (sphericall rollers) bearings.
Counterweights are outside the sideplates.
. Circular vibration
. Side-tensioned decks
. The drive can be either on right hand or left hand.

RUBBER
COVERS

ELLIVAR screens
Presentation
EXCITERS

BELT

SUSPENSION
SPRINGS

RUBBER SHOCK
ABSORBER

SUPPORTING
BASES

Description
. Mechanism:

2 vibrating units at the top of the vibrating body.


2 (cylindrical rollers) bearings per vibrating units.
. Elliptic vibration.
. Side-tensioned decks with central tension hook.
. One drive per vibrating units.

CVBD screens
Presentation

Description
. Mechanism:

2 shafts mounted with 4 (spherical rollers) bearings.


no gear: self synchronized
. Linear vibration inclined at 45
. Side-tensioned decks
. Drive:
1 motor per shaft-line.
motors are mounted on the vibrating body.

V-screens

Description
. Vertical drum which rotates and vibrates (centrifugal force).
. Only one split.
Application
. Fine meshes (up to 8 mm) with maximum feed size of 20 mm.
Options
. Dust extraction.
. Fillers removing.
Calculation
. According to the feed graduation, NORDBERG can make your calculation.

Capacities
See table.
Datas have been determinated depending on:
- Information we have got from the sites.
- Stenght of the deck support frames.
- Acceleration capability of the mechanism.
Data will be updated depending on new informations and changes.
Important
- These capacities are not the only parameters of selection:
the area calculation is also determinative.
- These capacities can be increased by the amount of the
half-size passing at the bottom deck which does not load the screen.

Example

0-30= 120 t/h


0-10= 50 t/h

380
220

80

t/h

160

Split at 60
Split at 20

80

Area calculation gives : CVB 1540 II


Check-up with the table : maximum total feed capacity = 350 t/h
So, 380 > 350 => CVB 1540 II is not
suitable
But : lower deck (split at 20) : half-size = 50 t/h
=>Actual maximum total feed capacity is :
350 + 50 = 400 t/h => CVB 1540 II is suitable

Capacities of sizing screens

CAPACITIES OF SIZING SCREENS


Maximum
feed size
(mm)

MAXIMUM TOTAL FEED CAPACITY (T/h)

NUMBER OF DECKS

*1

CVB 1020

70

100

90

80

CVB 1030

140

200

180

160

CVB 1330

140

200

180

160

CVB 1540

250

350

325

300

CVB 1845

300

500

450

400

CVB 2050

350

500

450

400

CVB 2060

350

500

550

500

ELLIVAR 13

420

600

575

550

525

ELLIVAR 16

500

700

650

600

550

ELLIVAR 20

500

700

650

600

ELLIVAR 25

700

1000

900

800

ELLIVAR 30

700

1000

900

CVDB 1550

280

400

350

CVDB 1850

280

400

350

"V" SCREEN

80

Maximum
split (mm)

150

100

500

120

1 50

120

1 50

25

0.5 6

* Maximum oversize tonnage on a single deck (rinsing for instance).


IMPORTANT :
These capacities are not the only parameters of selection : the area calculation is also determinative.
These capacities can be increased by the amount of the half-size passing at the bottom deck that do not
load the screen.

Primary CVB screens

This range is issued of the standard CVB range.


Presentation

Differences from sizing CVB screen

- 1st deck designed to be fitted with bolted screening pannels


Standard :
perforated steel plates (tensile strenght = 36
daN/mm2)
Options :
. perforated steel plates (type HARDOX400)
. perforated rubber pannels
- Other decks are common with the sizing CVB screens : wire woven cloths side-tensioned.
- In some cases, the mechanism is stronger (compared to standard CVB) because of the
heavier vibrating body.
- Rubber liner for the shaft housing.
- In some cases the suspension is reinforced (more springs).
- Higher side plates : to prevent escaped material.
- Wear steelplates are bolted inside the sideplates (on 1st deck only).
- No feedbox.
- The settings are adapted to primary screening
=> larger stroke, lower rotation speed (prevent plugging)
Application
Primary CVB are required when :
- Feedsize is more than 150 mm
- Feed capacity is big.
Important
Area calculation of 1st deck must take into account the perforated plates free area (See chapter 51).

Capacities
See table.
The data have been determinated depending on :
- Information we have got from sites.
- Strenght of the deck support frames.
- Acceleration capability of the mechanism.
Important
- These capacities are not the only parameters of selection: the area calculation is also
determinative.
- These capacities can be increased by the amount of the half-size passing at the bottom
deck which does not load the screen.

Example

0-75= 245 t/h


0-40= 135 t/h
0-20= 120 t/h

700

t/h
Split at 150

350

350

Split at 80

90

260

Split at 50

100

160

Area calculation gives CVB 2060 IIIP


Check-up with table :

maximum total feed capacity =


600 t/h
So 700 > 600 => CVB 2060 IIIP
is not suitable

But : lower deck (split at 50) : half-size = 120 t/h


=>Actual maximum total feed capacity is :
600 + 120 = 720 t/h => CVB 2060 IIIP is suitable

Capacities of primary CVB screens

CAPACITIES OF PRIMARY SCREENS


MACHINE

Max. total
feed capacity
(T/H) (1)

Max.
oversize
capacity on
the top deck

Max.
feed size
mm

CVB 1020 II P

120

70

250

30

CVB 1330 II P

230

140

250

30

CVB 1540 II P

450

250

400

100

CVB 1845 II P

550

300

400

100

CVB 1845 III P

450

300

400

100

CVB 2050 II P

600

350

400

100

CVB 2050 III P

500

350

400

100

11

CVB 2060 II P

700

450

400

100

12

CVB 2060 III P

800

450

400

100

11

Max. weight Max. feed


of the blocks
height
(kg)
(m)

Max. split
on 1st
deck (mm)

Max.
amplitude
(mm) (2)
9

120

10
10

0.3

13
12
150

12

(1) These capacities can be increased by the amount of the half-size at the bottom deck that do not
load the screen.
(2) This amplitude is combined with a 800 RPM speed in order to keep a correct bearings life.

CSB scalping screens

Presentation

Description
. Mechanism : one cylindrical shaft mounted with 2 spherical rollers bearings.
counterweights are outside the sideplates.
. Circular vibration
. The drive can be either on right hand or left hand.
. 1st deck : 2 torch cut grids with divergent opening.
. 2nd deck : side tensioned.

Technical informations

MACHINE

WIDHT
(M)

LENGTH
(M)

AMPLITUDE
(mm)

SPEED
(RPM)

LUBRICATION

CSB 1238

1.3

2.8

8.5 to 9.5

800 to 900

GREASE

CSB 1528

1.5

2.8

8.5 to 10.5

800 to 900

GREASE

EDB scalping screens

Presentation
SCALPING GRIDS

VIBRATING BODY

RUBBER PANNELS

SUSPENSION
SPRINGS

CHECK

MOTORS

SECOND DECK

BELTS

Presentation
.

Mechanism :

2 shafts mounted with 4 spherical rollers.


bearings.
no gear, self synchronisation.

Linear vibration, inclined at 45

Drive :

.
.

1st deck : 2 torch cut grids with divergent opening


2nd deck : side tensioned deck or deck with rubber pannels bolted or vibrating rods.

1 motor per shaft line.


motors are mounted on the vibrating body.

Technical informations

MACHINE

WIDHT
(M)

LENGTH
(M)

AMPLITUDE
(mm)

SPEED
(RPM)

LUBRICATION

EDB 1539

1.5

3.9

13

850

OIL BATH

EFB 1844

1.8

4.4

13

850

OIL BATH

Scalping information
We talk about scalping when we use :
- torch cut grids with divergent opening
- vibrating rods
Of course, you have to consider that the split is not so accurate as with a square mesh.
Hypothesis :

E = 0.66 D

The average shape of the blocks from the quarry face can be contained into the following
parallepiped :

1.
L=

66 D

C
A
B

The blocks move forward on their (C) side.

Torch cut grids with divergent opening


E1 = minimum opening

E1

Eavg

En

E2

E2 = maximum opening
Eavg = average opening = E1 + E2
2

FEED

En = nominal opening = 1,2 x Eavg

Use the standard grids


Choose between :
- soft steel - Hardness =110 HB
- anti abrasion steel type HARDOX 400 (Hardness = 400 HB)

Standards grids

Crushed material

Graveled material

Average
opening Eavh
(mm)

Nominal
opening
En (mm)

Average
split size
D (mm)

Maximum
Dimension of the
blocks passing
through
L (mm)

Average split
size
D (mm)

Maximum
Dimension of the
locks passing
through
L (mm)

37

45

60

75

50

65

50

60

80

100

70

90

65

80

105

130

90

115

80

95

130

160

110

140

100

120

160

200

130

160

120

140

190

240

165

210

140

170

225

280

195

250

160

190

255

320

220

280

Vibrating rods
OPENING

FEED

Advantages :
-

Anti-blinding properties (because of self-vibration)


Rods can be replaced individually and easily.
Possibility to change the opening with the same rods.
Tensile strength of the rods = 60 daN/mm2 - Hardness =

Disadvantage :
- Do not accept big blocks.

170 HB

Crushed material

Graveled pit material

Opening of the
rod
(mm)

Average
split size
D (mm)

Maximum
Dimension of the
blocks passing
through
L (mm)

Average split
size
D (mm)

Maximum
Dimension of the
locks passing
through
L (mm)

20

25

30

25

30

25

30

35

30

35

30

40

50

35

40

35

45

55

40

45

40

50

60

45

50

45

60

75

50

55

50

65

80

60

70

60

80

100

70

80

70

90

110

80

80

80

105

130

90

100

90

120

150

105

120

100

130

160

115

130

Application
Primary plant where the feed function and the scalping action are implemented by 2 separated
machines.

Capacities
See table.
The data have been determinated depending on :
-

information we have got from the sites.


strenght of the machine.
acceleration capability of the mechanism.

Data will be updated depending on new informations and changes.

Capacities of scalping screens

CAPACITIES OF SCALPING SCREENS


MACHINE

CSB 1328

type

CDB 1528

EDB 1539

Circular

EDB 1844

Linear

Vibration

Feed

1st deck

Divergating
grids

Divergating
grids

Vibrating
parallel rods

2nd deck
Wire square
mesh

Maximum stroke (mm)

10.5

10.5

13

13

Maximum capacity (mm)

350

500

650

1000

Maximum feed size (mm)

800

900

1100

1200

Maximum blocks weight (kg)

800

1100

2000

3000

Maximum feed height (m)

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.4

Minimum average space (mm)

60

60

80

80

Thrus capacity (t/h)

160

180

330

400

Maximum average space (mm)

200

200

200

200

Thrus capacity (t/h)

300

340

500

600

Minimum average space (mm)

50

50

Thrus capacity (t/h)

150

180

Maximum average space (mm)

100

100

Thrus capacity (t/h)

380

450

Minimum average space (mm)

25

25

Thrus capacity (t/h)

100

125

Maximum average space (mm)

60

60

Thrus capacity

210

250

Minimum square mesh (mm)

30

30

30

30

Thrus capacity (t/h)

50

55

75

90

100Maximum square mesh


(mm)

100

100

100

100

Thrus capacity (t/h)

100

120

150

180

Minimum square mesh (mm)

30

30

30

30

30

35

50

60

100

100

100

100

50

60

75

90

Thrus capacity (t/h)


Synthetic
square mesh Maximum square mesh (mm)
Thrus capacity (t/h)

ATV Feeders: ATV 09-40 - ATV 11-50 - ATV 14-65

Description
.

Mechanism :

2 shafts mounted with 4 spherical rollers.


bearings.
1 gear for synchronisation.

Linear vibration, inclined at 45

Drive :

1 motor fixed on the frame.


motors are mounted on the vibrating body.

.
.

1st deck :
2nd deck :

2 torch cut grids with divergent opening


vibrating rods.

MACHINE

WIDHT
(M)

LENGTH
(M)

AMPLITUDE
(mm)

SPEED
(RPM)

LUBRICATION

OPTION

ATV 09.40

0.9

10

920

OIL BATH

SPEED VARIATION

ATV 11.50

1.1

11

820

OIL BATH

SPEED VARIATION

ATV 14.65

1.4

6.5

13

750

OIL BATH

SPEED VARIATION

ATV Feeders: ATV 06-23 - ATV 08-35 - ATV 11-45


CHAIN CURTAIN

HOPPER

POST

FRAME

SUSPENSION STUDS

UNBALANCE MOTORS

VIBRATING BODY

Description
.

Mechanism :

2 electric vibrating motors.

Linear vibration, inclined at 35 to 45

.
.

1st deck :
2nd deck :

2 torch cut grids with divergent opening


vibrating rods.

MACHINE

WIDHT
(M)

LENGTH
(M)

AMPLITUDE
(mm)

SPEED
(RPM)

OPTION

ATV 06.23

0.6

2.3

1000

SPEED VARIATION

ATV 08.35

0.8

3.5

1000

SPEED VARIATION

ATV 09.40

0.9

10

1000

SPEED VARIATION

ATV 11.45

1.1

4.5

12

1000

SPEED VARIATION

Capacities of ATV Feeders

CAPACITIES OF ATV FEEDERS


ATV

06.23

Excitator

MAximum stroke (mm)

09.40

VIBRATION

11.45

09.40

11.50

14.65

1 DOUBLE SHAFT
MECANISM

MOTORS

10

12

12

13

16

30

35

45

35

45

45

45

400

500

600

800

600

850

1200

90

150

250

450

350

600

1000

Minimum average space (mm)

37

50

50

50

50

50

70

Thrus capacity (t/h)

30

50

60

100

60

100

120

120

140

140

140

140

Thrus capacity (t/h)

50

80

100

170

100

170

240

Minimum average space (mm)

15

16

16

22

16

22

24

Thrus capacity (t/h)

10

30

35

70

35

70

90

Maximum average space ( mm)

30

40

50

50

50

50

60

Thrus capacity (t/h)

15

50

60

110

60

110

160

0.7

0.9

1.1

1.9

1.1

1.9

2.4

0.66

0.85

0.9

1.8

0.9

1.8

2.3

11

13

15

13

26

Vibration
Maximum
feed

08.35

inclinaison

Size (mm)
Capacity

(t/H)

160

200

1st deck
Maximum average space (mm)

160
300

2nd deck

Scalping area
Screening area
Scalping grids
Feed hopper

Qty

3.5

40 to 50

Choice of a screen
Surface calculation
It is based on the knowledge and observations got from sites over decades.
At the end, we consider:
theoritical surface = ST
ST =

US
A x B x C x D x E x F x d x SF

With :
M
OS
US
HS
A
B
C
D
E
F
d
SF

= split (mm)
= oversize tonnage (t/h)
= undersize tonnage (t/h)
= half size tonnage (t/h)
= basic capacity (m3/h/m2)
= oversize percentage factor (of the deck concerned)
= efficiency screening factor
= halfsize percentage factor (of the deck concerned)
= Efficiency screening factor for wet screening
= deck factor
= bulk density (t/m3)
= free area factor

* Factor A = basic capacity


Factor E = efficiency screening factor for wet screening

A
(m3/h / m2

1,5 A
(t/h) / m2

Free area
%

1.3
1.4
1.5
1.7
1.8
2
1.9
1.8
1.7
1.7
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

39
41
48
48
48
48
44
48
55
56
58
56
59
60
63
63
64
67
64
67
69
68
71
73
70
72
74
79
79
79

mm

1.0
1.4
2.0
2.5
3.1
3.9
4.8
5.7
6.9
7.5
8.1
8.9
9.6
10
11
11
12
13
14
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
27
31

1.2
1.7
2.4
3.1
3.8
4.8
5.8
7.0
8.4
9.1
10
11
12
12
13
14
15
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
24
25
28
33
38

1
1.25
1.6
2
2.5
3.15
4
5
6.3
7.1
8
9
10
11.2
12.5
14
16
18
20
22.4
25
28
31.5
35.5
40
45
50
63
80
100

1.5
2
2.8
3.6
4.6
5.8
7.2
8.8
11
12
13
14
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
27
28
29
31
35
40
47

1.8
2.5
3.4
4.4
5.6
7
8.8
11
13
14
15
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
29
31
33
34
36
38
43
49
56

d=1,5

The percentage of free area are according with average wire wove clothes.
* Factor C = efficiency screening factor
normal screening
C=1
high efficiency screening C = 0.8
light screening
C = 1.2
* Factor F = deck factor

upper deck
2nd deck
3rd deck
4th deck

F=1
F = 0.9
F = 0.8
F = 0.7

: crushed
: natural
gravel

* Factor B = oversize percentage factor


Factor D = halfsize percentage factor

B
0
10
20
30
40

D
1.6
1.55
1.5
1.45
1.4
1.35
1.3
1.25
1.2
1.15
1.1

0.75
0.8

10
0.85
0.9

20

1.05

50

1
1.05

30

0.9

1.1

0.85

1.15

0.8

70

40

0.75

1.2
1.25
1.3

0.7

50
80

0.95

1
0.95

60

0.7

0.65

1.4
1.5
1.6

0.6

60

1.7
1.8

90

0.55
0.5
0.45
0.4

1.9
2.0

70

0.35
0.3
0.25

80

0.2
0.15
0.1

90

0.05

100

100

2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5

* SF = area factor
For perforated plates (steel or rubber or polyurethane or else), we must take into account a
smaller free area.
See the table next page.
*

Free screening area of NORDBERG screens.


According to them, you finally choose the suitable machine.
The area safety factor must be > 1.2
It can be decreased down to 1.1 for ELLIVAR screens.
Depending on the flow-sheet, you can play with the safety factor if the split accuracy is not
absolutely required.

FREE SCREENING AREA OF NORBERG-BERGEAUD SCREENS


MACHINE

DECK
1

1/2

CVB

1020

2/1.8*

1.8

CVB

1030

3/2.8*

2.8

CVB

1330

3.8

3.8

3.8/3.6

3.6

CVB

1540

CVB

1845

CVB

2050

10

10

10

10

CVB

2060

12

12

12

12

ELLIVAR

13

12.3

12.3

12.3

12.3

16

14.9

14.9

14.9

7.3

20

18.7

18.7

18.7

7.3

25

23.8

23.8

23.8

1550

7.5

7.5

7.5

1850

9.5

9.5

9.5

CVDB

CSB

EDB

1328

1528

2.3

1539

1844

3.6

* If the 3rd deck is the lowest deck.

Meshes table

Spli
(m

Woven wire
mesh

Ondap-wire
mesh

Polyurethane pannels
(Square apertures)

Rubber pannels
(Square apertures)

Steel plate pannels


(Circular apertures)

Gravel

Crushed

Surface
factor

Gravel

Crushed

Surface
factor

4.5

5.6

0.75

5.5

6.3

0.75

0.75

5.5

6.3

7.1

0.75

6.5

7.5

0.75

0.75

7.5

7.1

8.5

0.75

7.5

8.5

0.75

0.75

7.5

8.5

9.5

0.75

8.5

9.5

0.75

0.75

10

10

9.5

10.5

0.70

9.5

10.5

0.70

0.70

10

11.2

10

11

10.5

11.5

0.70

11

12

0.70

0.70

10

11.2

12.5

11

12

12

13

0.70

12.5

13.5

0.70

0.70

11.2

12.5

13.7

12

13

13.5

14.5

0.70

14.5

15.5

0.70

0.70

12.5

14

15

14

15

14.5

16

0.70

16

17

0.70

0.70

14

16

17

15

16

16.5

18

0.70

18

19

0.70

0.70

16

18

19

18

19

18.5

20

0.65

20

21

0.65

0.65

18

20

21

20

21

20

23

0.65

23

24

0.65

0.65

20

22

23

22

23

22.4

25

0.65

25

26

0.65

0.65

22.4

24

25

24

25

25

28

0.65

27

29

0.65

0.65

25

27

28

27

28

28

31.5

0.65

31.5

33.5

0.65

0.65

28

30

31.5

30

31.5

31.5

35.5

0.65

35

37

0.65

0.65

31.5

34

35.5

34

35.5

35.5

38

0.65

38

40

0.65

0.65

35.5

38

40

38

40

38

40

0.65

43

45

0.65

0.65

40

43

45

43

45

42

45

0.65

50

52

0.65

0.65

45

48

50

48

50

48

50

0.60

55

57

0.60

0.60

50

53

56

53

56

53

56

0.60

60

62

0.60

0.60

56

58

63

58

63

0.55

65

68

0.55

0.55

63

65

70

65

68

0.55

74

76

0.55

0.55

80

85

90

85

90

0.50

98

100

0.50

105

110

0.50

100

105

112

105

112

0.50

115

120

0.50

130

135

0.50

0.50

135

140

0.50

160

165

0.50

170

175

195

200

0.50

Gravel

Crushed

Gravel

Crushed

1.12

1.25

1.2

1.25

1.4

1.6

1.3

1.5

1.6

1.8

1.75

2.24

2.5

2.2

2.5

2.5

2.8

3.15

2.5

3.15

3.55

3.3

3.5

4.5

4.2

5.6

6.3

6.3

7.1

7.1

120
150

Gravel

Crushed

Surface
factor

Bed depth on the deck (at the end)


At the end, we have :

If the motion is withflow:


OS
D=

with
l.d.S

D =
OS =
l =
d =
s =

bed depth (m)


oversize tonnage (t/h)
screen width (m)
bulk density (t/m3)
material travel speed
(m/h)

If the motion is withflow:


s = 1100 m/h = 0,3 m/s

If the motion is counterflow:


s = 800 m/h = 0,22 m/s

CVB and CVDB :


Dry process, we must have : D < 3 x aperture
Wet process, we must have : D < 4 x aperture
ELLIVAR
Dry process, we must have : D < 5 x aperture
Wet process, we must have : D < 7 x aperture

Relief deck
It can be required for 2 reasons :
- To have a smaller bed depth at the split considered
- because of the excessive feed size falling on the deck considered (see the table).

Maximum feed size falling on woven wire mesh

Bulk density = 1,5 ton/m3


Woven wire mesh (mm)

Maximum feed size (mm)

1,25

9,5

1,6

11

12,5

2,5

15

3,15

17

20

23

6,3

27

7,1

29

31,5

34

10

36

11,2

40

12,5

44

14

47

16

50

18

54

20

58

22,4

63

25

68

28

73

31,5

80

35,5

87

40

92

45

100

50

110

63

125

80

145

100

175

Important :
*

Increase the data of 20% is suitable for gravel.

These data are based on the knowledge and the observations got from the
sites to keep a correct lifetime of screen pannels.

If it is impossible to follow this table, contact the product department in order


to select a suitable equipment (reinforced, rubbermade...).

Moisture = H 2 0%
This factor is influencing the efficiency of fine screening
When the split (M) is less than 10mm, we consider :
*If

H2 0% < M
8
nothing special

*If M < H2 0% < M


8
4
If there is clay content, use stainless cloths.
*If M < H2 0% < M
4
2
Use anti-blinding stainless cloths
*If M < H2 0% < M
2
- use anti-blinding stainless cloths
- use ball deck
- if there is clay content, screening capability must be checked in laboratory.
*If M < H2 0%
wet process is required

Software
The area calculation method has been integrated in
a software (running under DOS 3.3 system at least).
Starting instruction :
1 - Insert the diskette
2 - Type : SC, <ENTER>
3 - You get the general menu
Example :

0-11 = 210 t/h


0-6

= 168 t/h

0-2.5 = 105 t/h

350

14

336

109

227

77

150

=> Next page, see the print.

t/h
Split at 22
Split at 12

Split at 51

SCREEN SELECTION
GENERAL INFORMATION
Reference ............................. :
Customer ............................. :
Site ....................................... :
Material ............................. :
Notes ................ :
AREA CALCULATION
Feed size ............................. :
Bulk density ............................. :
Humidity percentage ....................... :
Deck

40.0mm
1.5 t/m3
3%
1

22.0

12.0

Woven

Woven

Woven

Wet process

no

no

no

Natural gravel (%)

Oversize (t/h)

14.0

109.0

77.0

Undersize (t/h)

336.0

227.0

150.0

Half size (t/h)

210.0

168.0

105.0

Theoritical area (m)

5.95

9.26

13.80

Width for CVB screen (m)

0.13

1.84

3.11

Width for ELL screen (m)

0.08

1.10

1.87

- theoritical

5.95

9.26

13.80

- free area

18.70

18.70

18.70

- safety factor

3.14

2.02

1.36

- calculated

3.23

25.12

17.74

- maximum

110.00

60.00

25.00

Split at (mm)
Screening equipement

SCREEN CHOICE
Suitable screen ............................. :
Deck

Ellivar 16

Area (m)

Bed depth (mm)

- Anti-blinding stainless cloths + ball deck are required for deck n 3


- Determine the clay percentage

Screening surfaces

Application

Type

Screen

1 - Woven wire
General screening

Conventional, high resistance steel wire

Screening of sticky materials

Stainless steel or steel, ripple or straight line,


rubber joints (fig.1)
Mixed ripple and straight line, rubber joints
(fig.2)

Screening fine products and dewatering

Straight line wire cloth, rubber joints

CVB
CVDB
ELLIVAR
V

CVB

2 - Perforated plate
Screening large size materials

Conventional design with bend ends


Thickness from 4 to 8 mm (fig.3) Flat plate
design.
Thickness from 8 to 16 mm (fig.3) Perforated
plate with stop bars

3 - Rubber or polyurethane screening


cloths
Screening of large size material

Abrasion resistant rubber screen cloths (fig.4)

Screening of fine material

Modular polyurethane (fig.5)


Polyurethane (fig.6)

CVDB and ELLIVAR


in certain cases

CVB
CVDB
ELLIVAR

Water sprays

Water flowrates in m/h per deck for a collector pressure of 2 and 3 bars
SCREEN

Type

All deck

1020

17,5

22,5

1030

28

37

1330

37

45

1540

55

67

1845

62

75

2050

83

102

2060

100

122

1st deck

2nd - 3nd or
4th deck

Feedbox

Pipe
dimension

125 PN 10
CVB

200 PN 10

1550

64

78

52

64

24

30

1850

74

90

60

74

24

30

13

120

146

105

128

30

37

16

149

183

157

192

41

50

20

186

228

223

274

41

50

25

223

273

260

319

56

69

30

260

318

297

364

56

69

CVDB

ELLIVAR

150 PN 10

200 PN 10

B-Screens

Main dimensions ...................................................................... 199


Transport dimensions and weights .......................................... 200
Supporting loads ...................................................................... 201
Optional equipment .................................................................. 202

Main dimensions

C
A

Drawing

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

B256T

287690

4931

1788

2351

3315

1330

1452

B356T

287834

4931

2078

2351

3315

1330

1752

B280T

287889

5858

2279

2796

3900

1640

1770

B380T

287835

5858

2598

2796

3900

1640

2089

B2100T

292889

6850

2335

2796

4695

1640

1826

B3100T

287836

6850

2655

2796

4695

1640

2146

Transport dimensions and weights

Dimensions (mm)
Drawing
number

Weight
(kg)

B256T

287690

4931

2351

1625

3590

B356T

287834

4931

2351

1915

4240

B280T

287889

5858

2796

2107

6260

B380T

287835

5858

2796

2426

7390

B2100T

292889

6850

2796

2166

7150

B3100T

287836

6850

2796

2486

8290

Supporting loads

F1 hor.

F2 hor.
F1 vert.

F2 vert.
Supporting loads per corner (unloaded)
Static
(kN)
DWG
number

Material
pressure
max.(kN)

Dynamic
(kN)

F1
vert.

F2
vert.

F1
hor.

F1
vert.

F2
hor.

F2
vert.

F1l
vert.

F2l
vert.

Spring
min.
length
when
loadel
(mm)

B256T

287690

8,2

9,6

0,2

1,2

0,2

1,2

6,3

4,9

251

B356T

287834

9,6

11,2

0,3

1,4

0,3

1,4

4,9

3,3

251

B210T

287889

14,2

16,4

0,5

3,6

0,5

3,6

10,6

8,4

300

B380T

287835

17,3

18,7

0,4

0,4

7,5

6,1

300

B2100T

292889

16,9

18

0,5

3,1

0,5

3,1

300

B3100T

287836

19,7

20,9

0,5

3,5

0,5

3,5

4,6

3,4

300

Optional equipment

Underframe
1.
2.
3.
4.

Underframe
Support springs
Motor trestle
Support bar
2

Side wear plates


1. Additional side wear plate
2. Additional side wear plate
2

Washing screen
1. Washing pipe lines

Dust encapsulation
1.
2.
3.
4.

Rubber seals
Cover rubbers
Feed inlet
Supports

B-Feeders

The B-Feeders range ............................................................... 205

The B-Feeders range

Type

Indicative
flow rate
(t/h)

B 10-42-2V

Power kW (hp)
Hydraulic
control

Pulley + drive
belt control

400

22 (30)

15 (20)

B 10-52-2V

400

22 (30)

B 13-44-2V

550

B 13-50-3V

Rotation
speed
(rpm)

Dimensions

Appro.
weight (lbs)

A
(mm)

B
(mm)

C
(mm)

450 - 1200

4240

1012

735

3800 (8380)

15 (20)

450 - 1200

5190

1012

800

4500 (9920)

22(30)

22(30)

450 - 990

4390

1306

795

5200 (11462)

550

22 (30)

22(30)

450 - 1000

5200

1294

1115

8300 (18290)

B 13-56-2V

550

22 (30)

22(30)

450 - 900

5640

1306

800

6200 (13670)

B 16-50-3V

800

37 (50)

37 (50)

450 - 900

5200

1612

1115

9000 (19840)

B 16-56-2V

800

37 (50)

37 (50)

450 - 900

5790

1616

1169

11400 (25130)

B 20-60-2V

1500

55 (75)

55 (75)

450 - 800

6000

2040

1170

15000 (33065)

Washing Plants

SAND RECLAIMING AND DEWATERING................................. 207


Technical information ............................................................... 208
Dimensions .............................................................................. 209
WASHING BARRELS TYPE LD................................................. 210
General data............................................................................. 211
Clearance dimensions of washing barrels in metres ............... 212
SAND TREATMENT PLANTS .................................................... 213
On site operation ...................................................................... 214
To determine the suitable sand units ....................................... 215
WATER CLARIFICATION ........................................................... 216
Specifications ........................................................................... 217

SAND RECLAIMING AND DEWATERING

Technical information

DEA TYPE

520

730

1030

1430

1540

diameter of the wheel

mm

2000

3000

3000

3000

4000

Width of the wheel

mm

500

700

1000

1400

1500

square m

2,4

4,9

6,1

10,6

16,6

Surface of tank
weight of emply machine

kg

1700

2920

3840

4700

7220

power of motor

kw

1,5

1,5

2,2

minimum speed

1,24

0,83

normal speed

1,5

1,2

1,2

1,2

1,5

1,5

1,5

1,25

from

0,6

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,45

to

2,5

1,8

at minimum speed

16

29

42

58

90

at normal speed

20

35

50

70

110

at maximum speed

26

44

62

88

135

60

110

150

210

330

SPEED

rpm

fixed speed

maximum speed
variable speed
range

CAPACITY OF EACH MODEL

WATER REQUIREMENTS

rpm

cubic metres per hour

cubic metres per hour

Dimensions
A

I
C

L
M

Type

N
O

L
M

520 2750 1250 1500 1730

574

904 1115 1500

570

600

854

884

730 3900 1800 2100 2350

849 1080 1580 3232 1159 1340 2000

870

900 1104 1134

1030 3900 1800 2100 2350

849 1080 1580 3240 1410 1605 2500

870

900 1355 1385

1430 4770 2400 2370 2500

577

865

900

940

835

1540 6046 3020 3026 3110

655 1148 2300 4300 2200 2200 2395 1169 1200 1010

885

730 1080 2205

N
O

818 1780 3275 1900 1900 2210

WASHING BARRELS TYPE LD

General data

TYPE LD

13.35

16.40

19.50

22.50

25.60

28.70 *

31.80 *

34.90 *

Drum diameter

mm

1.300

1.600

1.900

2.200

2.500

2.800

3.100

3.400

Drum length

mm

3.500

4.000

5.000

5.000

6.000

7000

8.000

9.000

Total weight

kg

4.300

5.000

10.500

12.400

17.400

24.000

32.000

41.000

Power reqd

kw

3.7

5.5

15

18.5

30

45

60

90

Max size of feed

mm

100

125

150

175

200

225

250

275

Max throughput

tph

35

50

110

160

220

290

370

460

Water reqd

m h

35

60

110

150

220

290

370

460

NB : 1 - Sizes marked * built to order only.


NB : 2 - Quoted capacities may vary by + or - 20% dependant upon nature of contaminants in the feed material.
NB : 3 - Specifications can be altered without prior notice in order to benefit from the latest technical developments.

Clearance dimensions of washing barrels in metres


C

Machine Size

LD 13.35

1.30

3.50

3.75

0.85

0.80

1.20

1.60

2.00

1.05

1.40

LD 16.40

1.60

4.00

4.25

1.00

0.90

1.30

1.90

2.25

1.15

1.50

LD 19.50

1.90

5.00

5.30

1.15

1.00

1.40

2.20

2.50

1.35

2.10

LD 22.50

2.20

5.00

5.30

1.40

1.30

1.50

2.50

2.75

1.45

2.20

LD 25.60

2.50

6.00

6.30

1.70

1.45

1.60

2.80

3.00

1.50

2.60

LD 28.70

2.80

7.00

7.40

2.00

1.75

1.70

3.10

3.25

1.75

2.90

LD 31.80

3.10

8.00

8.40

2.30

2.00

1.80

3.40

3.50

1.90

3.20

LD 34.90

3.40

9.00

9.40

2.60

2.30

1.90

3.70

3.75

2.05

3.50

* NB : the dimensions given above are approximate and should not be used for civil structural design.

SAND TREATMENT PLANTS

On site operation
1) The sand slurry to be treated, is pumped or gravity feed to a tank. (1)
2) At the base of the tank is a pump which pumps the sand slurry under pressure into one (or
several) cyclone(s) (3) where sand/water separation takes place.
3) Very fine particles and clays are carried to the overflow by reject water, while sand concentrate
reports to the underflow which flows on to a vibrating table.
The vibrating desander is driven by unbalanced weighted motors and is supplied with fine mesh
screens. The sand passes over the screens, separated from water by gravity anf feeds into a
hopper . (5) The fines passing through the mesh are recycled into the tank feeding the pump,
equipped with an automatic level control. This system allows sand recycling back to the main
tank. The outline dimensions and technical characteristics are indicated in the following tables
and drawings. By cross reference to available standard units, all possible combinations can be
selected to make treatments units which meet client requirements : double or tripple cyclone
cycles, curve correction, fine sand recovery, etc...

Sand unit : 50 t/h rated

(3)

(4)
(5)

Dirty water
overflow
FEED

(6)
(2)

Dry sand product


discharge

(1)

To determine the suitable sand units

Sand unit : 50 t/h rated

(3)

(4)
(5)

Dirty water
overflow
FEED

(6)
(2)

Dry sand product


discharge

(1)

Sand pump

Cyclone
type

Dryer

Dimensions

Sand
capacity

Water
capacity

Pump tank
Size

Motor HP

Motor HP

10 t/h

35 m3/h

170 x 170

3"

7,5

300

2 x 0,6

1,6 t

2 300

1 450

3 000

1 500

1 700

1 300

2 500

20 t/h

95 m3/h

170 x 170

4"

15

425

2 x 0,6

1,8 t

2 300

1 450

3 200

1 500

1 800

1 300

2 650

35 t/h

90 m3/h

180 x 200

4"

18,5

425

2 x 1,2

3t

2 700

1 930

3 100

1 400

1 700

1 200

2 800

45 t/h

90 m3/h

180 x 200

4"

22

550

2 x 1,2

3,2 t

2 700

1 930

3 300

1 320

1 670

1 100

3 000

60 t/h

150 m3/h

180 x 200

6"

22

550

2x2

3,3 t

3 400

2 700

3 700

1 700

2 000

1 400

2 700

70 t/h

230 m3/h

180 x 200

6/8"

30

675

2x2

3,5 t

3 500

1 800

3 900

1 700

2 500

1 500

4 700

95 t/h

210 m3/h

200 x 270

6/8"

37,5

675

2 x 2,7

4,9 t

3 800

2 000

4 200

2 000

2 800

1 750

5 600

120 t/h

300 m3/h

200 x 270

8"

45

800

2 x 2,7

8t

4 000

2 300

4 400

2 000

2 700

1 550

6 200

Weight

140 t/h

280 m3/h

230 x 340

8"

55

800

2x4

8,3 t

4 660

2 300

4 700

2 180

2 900

1 660

7 200

10

160 t/h

800 m3/h

230 x 370

8"

75

800

2x4

8,5 t

4 900

2 300

4 820

2 300

3 100

1 750

7 400

11

200 t/h

800 m3/h

230 x 370

10 "

90

1 000

2x4

9,1 t

4 900

2 300

4 900

2 300

3 200

1 750

7 500

12

260 t/h

540 m3/h

230 x 440

10 "

90

1 000

11

2x6

10,5 t

5 500

2 300

5 550

2 400

3 300

1 800

8 800

13

350 t/h

900 m3/h

240 x 440

12 "

132

2 x 1 000

14

2x6

15 t

5 500

2 400

5 550

2 400

3 300

1 800

8 800

WATER CLARIFICATION

Specifications

Dirty water
feed

Clear
water

Flocculent

SERIAL N RATE M3/h

C
Gallery

Sump evacuation

Clear water

Frost free storage


room

Slurry
discharge

NOMINAL

1 340

150

7m

2 000

2 000

4 000

1 700

1 350

250

9m

2 000

2 500

4 500

1 700

1 360

370

11 m

2 200

2 500

4 700

1 700

1 370

560

13 m

2 200

2 800

5 000

2 400

1 380

800

16 m

2 200

2 800

5 000

2 400

1 390

1 000

18 m

2 200

3 000

5 200

2 400

1 400

1 200

20 m

2 200

3 000

5 200

2 500

Rod mill on pneumatic tyres

Specifications ........................................................................... 219


Overall dimensions................................................................... 220

Specifications

MODEL

14X35

16X35

21X35

mm

1.400

1.630

2.100

mm

3.500

3.500

3.500

kw

75

110

200

kg

9.250

12.150

18.925

dry process

kg

15.080

18.960

35.000

wet process

kg

14.950

18.700

34.600

kg

8.940

12.520

22.080

4.35x1.85x1.95

4.45x2.15x2.25

4.75x2.84x2.84

3.00x2.50x1.70

3.20x2.50x1.80

5.61x3.35x1.88

Crusher dimensions

Motor power

Crusher weight
without rods
or motor

Rod charge supplied


Dimensions - unpacked

Chassis

Overall dimensions
14 x 35 - 16 x 35

3800

4360
3900

1430 1666

600

DISCHARGE

2585

1690
1552

ENTRANCE

2665
2546

1850 2080

2830

500

5150
4165

400

FEED
ENTRY

5030

DRY PROCESS

665 740

WET PROCESS
600

1200

400

DISCHARGE
DYNAMIC FORCE

25t

800

25t

2910

25t

25t

2962

1880
3010

1880
3010

21 x 35
WET PROCESS 5830
DRY PROCESS 5450
3920
740
3780
1000
DYNAMIC FORCE

2840

25t

25t

25t

DISCHARGE

DISCHARGE

800

2360

3120

600

2140

ENTRANCE
500

FEED
ENTRY

400
25t
2936

25t

Specific conveyors

Swivelling stacker..................................................................... 222


Longitudinal stacker ................................................................. 223
Pivoting stacker ........................................................................ 225
Track-mounted conveyor.......................................................... 227

Swivelling stacker

Conveyor :
-

Belt width : 800 mm


Head / base drums distance : 57 m
Power : 22 kW
Belt speed : 2.25 m/s
Inclination angle : 12
Tail axis height : 6.25 m
On the tail screw type tension
Belt type : 40 4 + 2
Trussed structure
Walkways
Head peripheric walkways
Emergency stop cables
Tubular gantry support

Stock height : 18 m
Stock radius : 56 m
Top stocks line length : 43 m
Required surface : 78 m x 108 m (included TC)

Turntable on trackwheels
Pivoting angle : 44
Pivoting radius : 33.15 m
Wheels trajectory : 25.60 m

Stockpiling :

Swivelling :

Longitudinal stacker

Feed conveyor :
-

Belt width : 800 mm


Head / base drums distance : 182 m
Power : 60 kW with electrical starter
Belt speed : 3 m/s
Center counter weight belt tension device
Belt type : 50 4 + 2
Ground / beam top distance : 5.7 m

Stockpiling conveyors :
-

Belt width : 800 mm


Head / base drums distance : 22 m
Power : 30 kW
Belt speed : 3 m/s
Belt type : 25 4 + 2
Inclination angle range : 0 a 24
Electrical raising winch : 3 tons 4 strands
Motorised pivoting feed hopper
Level sensor at the stockpile top

Stockpiles height : 15 m
Stocks axis distance : 46 m
Top stocks line length : 122 m
Required surface : 82 m x 190 m (included feed conveyor)

Gantry height : 17 m
Total moving weight : 40 tons
Wheel-base : 12 m
Travelling by means of 4 geared motors of 1.5 kW each
Able to run with a wind of 72 kmph
Travelling wheels : 400 mm
Progressive start and stop achieved by means of frequency variation
with a braking unit

Stockpiling :

Gantry :

Runway :
- Railway gauge : 10 m
- Railway length between thrust-blocks : 136 m
- Rail 36 kg
Nota :
- Whole unit driven by means of a programming controller
Total approximate weight :

90 tons

Pivoting stacker

Stockpiling :
-

Stock height : 22.5 m


Stock radius : 26.7 m
Required surface : 107 m x 107 m
Top stocks line length : 112 m (240)
Stockpiling capacity : 85 000 cum

Belt width : 800 mm


Head / base drums distance : 28 m
Power : 30 kW
Belt speed : 2.25 mps
Center counter weight belt tension device
Inclination angle : 20 (other possible angles 18 to 22)

Conveyor :

Pivoting :
-

Roller-mounter turntable 1595 mm


Brake geared motor power : 1.5 kW speed : 1.74 tpmin
Able to run with a 72 kmph wind
Speed at boom end : 0.52 mps (0.19 tpmin)
Brakes calculated for a 130 kmph wind
Frequency variation with a braking unit

Frame :
- Post 1500 m
- Tubular sectional
- Walkways for acces to all the mechanical components

Track-mounted conveyor

Conveyor :
-

Belt width : 1000 mm


Head / base drums distance : 30 m
Power : 11 kW
Belt speed : 1.75 mps
Inclination angle : 6

Width : track 0.7 m / gauge 2.6 m / total 3.3 m


Length : wheels distance 3.35 m / total 4.3 m
Pressure on the groun < 0.6 bar
Admissible slope 15%

Crawler :

Total weight :
26 tons

Belt feeders

Belt feeder length 1.5 m ........................................................... 229


Belt feeder length 3 m .............................................................. 230

Belt feeder length 1.5 m

Frame :

- Single block frame

Rollers :

- Greased for life

ADB

06.15 08.15 10.15

BELT WIDTH

mm

650

800

1000

TRACTION RESISTANCE

N/mm

40

40

50

- Rubber coated drum


- Counter convex drum

DRUM DIAMETER

mm

214

265

344

mm

620

730

850

Bearings :

- Greased for 25000 h

mm

290

320

360

530

650

- 6 + 2 antiabrasion coating

mm

400

Belt :

mm

500

630

750

Drive unit :

- MRVSR motorized reducer


variable speed drive
(variation range from 1 to 6)
or
- MRDC motorized reducer
direct current
(variation range from 1 to 40)

mm

870

1020

1260

mm

420

420

480

TOTAL WEIGHT

kg

730

890

1200

MAXI SIZE

mm

40

40

40

MAXI
CAPACITY

tph

400

600

1000

P
kW

MRVSR

7.5

MRDC

5.3

5.3

8.3

MAXI SIZE

mm

100

125

160

MAXI
CAPACITY

tph

120

250

400

MRVSR

2.2

2.2

Drums :

Options :

Machine :

Feed chute
Radial-gate
Bars-gate
Tunnel pier-head
Direct current rectifier

- Fully assemblied and adjusted


in our factory

Maximum inclination :

15

SMALL
PRODUCTS

BIG
PRODUCTS

P
kW

MRDC

Belt feeder length 3 m

Frame :

- Single block frame

Rollers :

- Greased for life

ADB

06.30 08.30 10.30

BELT WIDTH

mm

650

800

1000

TRACTION RESISTANCE

N/mm

40

40

50

- Rubber coated drum


- Counter convex drum

DRUM DIAMETER

mm

214

265

344

mm

550

650

780

Bearings :

- Greased for 25000 h

mm

290

320

360

mm

460

574

750

Belt :

- 6 + 2 antiabrasion coating

mm

1250

1250

1250

Drive unit :

- MRVSR motorized reducer


variable speed drive
(variation range from 1 to 6)
or
- MRDC motorized reducer
direct current
(variation range from 1 to 40)

mm

870

1020

1260

mm

420

420

480

TOTAL WEIGHT

kg

900

1000

1360

MAXI SIZE

mm

40

40

40

MAXI
CAPACITY

tph

160

250

400

P
kW

MRVSR

7.5

MRDC

5.3

5.3

8.3

MAXI SIZE

mm

100

125

160

MAXI
CAPACITY

tph

60

100

150

MRVSR

2.2

2.2

Drums :

Options :

Machine :

Feed chute
Radial-gate
Bars-gate
Tunnel pier-head
Direct current rectifier

- Fully assemblied and adjusted


in our factory

Maximum inclination :

15

SMALL
PRODUCTS

BIG
PRODUCTS

P
kW

MRDC

Laboratory test

Abrasivity test ........................................................................... 232


Abrasivity and crushability indexes .......................................... 233
Abrasivity scale ........................................................................ 234
Crushability scale ..................................................................... 235
The abrasivity limits.................................................................. 236
Dynamic fragmentation test ..................................................... 237
Impact crushability test............................................................. 238
Impact W.I. (table) .................................................................... 239

Abrasivity test

Sample :

- Weight: 500 G
- Crushed material
- Gradation : minus 6 mm - plus: 4 mm

Principle of the test :


A rectanguar steel plate is plunged into the sample and is spinning for 5 mm.
Wo = weight of the plate before the test (G)
W1 = weight of the plate after the test (G)
Result: ABR = (Wo - W1) * 1000/0.5 (Grammes per tons)
Remark :
The abrasivity index is given in grammes of steel per metric ton of material (and not
manganese steel).

Abrasivity and crushability indexes

1- Sample:crushed and dried 4 / 6.3 mm size of product (500g)


2- Before testing, paddle weight: Mb (g)
3- Test: 5 min at 4500 rpm
4- After testing, paddle weight: Ma (g)

5- Abrasivity index determination: ABR =

(Mb - Ma) x 1000


0.5

6- After testing, sample is screened at 1.6 mm sieve.


Weight of product passing the sieve: Mp (g)
7- Crushability index determination: BR = Mp x 100 (%)
500

(g/t)

Abrasivity scale

ABR
Abrasivity

MAIN
ROCK
TYPES

500
very low

1000

low

1500

medium

high

LIMESTONE
BASALT
SANDSTONE
GRANITE
QUARTZITE

2000
very high

Crushability scale

CR %

Crushability

25
very
difficult

50
medium

75
easy

100
very
easy

The abrasivity limits

A = ABRASIVITY
PRIMARY APPLICATION
- Manganese steel hammers

A<250 G/T

SECONDARY APPLICATION
- Manganese steel hammers
- Hammers in chrome cast iron

A<250 G/T
250<A<600 G/T

If A>600, consult our machines Department.


Remark :
Cast iron hammers utilization proscribes the presence of metallic particles in the
Crusher (it is absolutely necessary to install a metal detector on the conveyor feeding
the Crusher.

Dynamic fragmentation test

Sample :

- Weight: 350 G
- Gradation : 4/6.3 mm or 6.3/10 mm or 10/14 mm

Principle of the test :


The sample of the material is put into a steel cylinder (sizes: diameter 102 mm, height
52 mm, thickness 10 mm). A mass (14 kg) is falling down several times on the sample
from a height of 40 cm. The number of the blows depends of the gradation of the
sample:
GRADATION
GRADATION
Number of blows

4/6.3

6.3/10

10/14

16

22

28

After the necessary number of blows, the sample is screened at 1.6 mm.
M = WEIGHT OF MATERIAL > 1.6 mm (grammes)
FD = (350 - M) * 100 / 350

Impact crushability test

1- Ten to fifteen samples of approximately 3 inch to 2 inch dimensions with two natural
parallel or near parallel side of 2 to 3 inch widths are selected.
2- Each sample piece is placed on a pedestal and struck simultaneously by two
opposing hammers of standard size and shape.
3- The height of the hammers are increased until the sample is broken and the total
foot-pounds (A) of force are recorded. The width (W) of the sample at the fracture is
recorded.
4- The Work Index is calculated from the equation:

2.59

A
W

Sp. Gr.
5- Two W.I. are recorded: The maximum W.I. and the average W.I. of the samples
tested.

Impact W.I. (table)

Very Hard

Maximum

Average

Trap Rock
Gabbro Rock
Trap Rock
Quartzite
Granite (Fine Grain)

38.79
41.21
37.84
24.51
28.44

29.75
24.68
30.99
19.81
20.76

21.14
22.27
18.10
22.06
19.71

13.37
15.82
13.68
16.76
13.47

12.23
14.19
19.38
18.77
18.65
18.13

8.01
9.12
10.33
10.15
9.40
9.38

9.00
8.30
8.44
15.62
10.49

4.87
4.73
6.07
6.22
5.79

Hard
Lead-Zinc
Limestone
Granite
Granite
Marble
Medium
Copper Ore
Andesite
Granite (Large Grain)
Copper Ore
Marble
Magnetite
Soft
Limestone
Iron Ore
Shale
Bauxite
Bauxite Clay