Sie sind auf Seite 1von 43

TTM-1004-B

SUPERIOR GYRATORY
Bottom Shell & Eccentric Presentation

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell Components


Bottom Shell Narrow Arm Liners Dust Collar Pinionshaft Arm Liner Lube Oil Inlet Port

Bottom Shell Pressurization Line

Bottom Shell

Bottom Shell Lube Oil Bottom Shell Bushing & Key Hub Liners Return Port Note: During a new crusher installation, the bottom shell is normally shipped upside down.

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell Mounting


62 - 75

Mounting on a Steel Structure

Mounting Bolt

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell Mounting


62 - 75

Installing Steel Leveling Shims

Checking For Proper Level

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Assembly
Typical MK-ll 60-89
Upper Counterweight Assembly
Upper Counterweight Retaining Ring

Eccentric Bushing & Key Eccentric Lower Counterweight Assembly Eccentric Gear Key Gear

Eccentric Support Plate

Eccentric Wearing Plate (bronze) O-Ring

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Assembly
MK-ll 60-89 With Large Upper Counterweight
Upper Counterweight Assembly Upper Counterweight with Oil Seal
Eccentric Bushing & Key Eccentric Lower Counterweight Assembly Eccentric Gear Key Gear

Eccentric Support Plate

Eccentric Wearing Plate (bronze) O-Ring

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Assembly w/ Counterweights


Notice Upper Counterweight Oil Grooves

Notice Two Chain Comealongs to Secure the Eccentric to the Eccentric Wear and Support Plates

54- 75
Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Assembly
Removal and Installation - Existing Crusher
Bottom Shell

Eccentric Lowering Rods Eccentric Wearing Plate (bronze) Eccentric Support Plate

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Installation & Removal


Use the three threaded rods for guides. Secure the eccentric to the eccentric support plate until eccentric enters the bottomshell bushing.

42 - 65
Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Assembly
Installation - New Crusher 62 - 75

Eccentric Assembly

Bottom Shell Lowered onto Eccentric


Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Assembly
62 - 75
Bottom Shell Arm Bottom Shell Hub Liners

Eccentric Support Plate

MPS Mounting Studs

Bottom Shell

Eccentric Assembly Installed View From Discharge Area

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Bushing Removal


Upper Counterweight Assembly

A burnt bushing shrinks and may come out easily.

A worn bushing might be tight.


Remove the upper counterweight (if equipped with one).
Eccentric

Attempt to lift the bushing with eyebolts threaded into the top of the bushing or try lifting from the bottom of the bushing with a fabricated steel lifting plate, or. Pack the bushing with dry ice before attempting to lift if free, or. Invert the eccentric and press the bushing out.

Eccentric Bushing & Key


Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Bushing Tool

60 - 89
Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Bushing Installation


There is a slight clearance between the eccentric bushing O.D. and the eccentric bore I.D.. The clearance can range from .002 (.05mm) to .008 (.20mm). Check the surfaces for any imperfections. Trial fit the key in the eccentric & bushing.
Eccentric

Install the key in the bushing and hold it in place by use of rope, wire (preferred), or tape.

Fill the bushing with dry ice and allow to cool for 6 to 8 hours. Liquid nitrogen can be used as an alternative.
Using a spreader bar and the threaded holes on the top of the bushing, lower the bushing into position. Dont hammer the bushing into position if it becomes stuck.
Eccentric Bushing & Key
Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottomshell Bushing Installation


Notice the use of a spreader bar.

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Bushing Damage Analysis


Eccentric Bushing Damage Analysis Troubleshooting Table
Damage Characteristic Localized burn in, random locations Localized burn on top of bushing in area of the keyway Burn 30 counterclockwise from the keyway on top and on bottom 180 from top burn Uniform burn on pressure side from top to bottom Uniform burn 360 around the bushing from top to bottom Circumferential Scoring Rapid bushing wear Cause I.D. D L E. G A, F, H, I, J A, I, J, K B, C C Possible Causes A. Insufficient oil flow B. Large contaminates in oil C. Dirty oil D. Bulge(s) in the eccentric bore E. Worn spider bushing F. Excessive clearance G. Misalignment H. High oil temperature I. Incorrect bushing lead content J. High oil temperature K. Insufficient clearance L. Eccentric is out of round

Eccentric Bushing Key

Eccentric Bushing

Eccentric Bushing Hydrodynamic Wedge Oil Groove

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Service Specifications


Serviceability Range

Service Specifications - inches (mm)


Model Clearance Eccentric O.D. to Bottom Shell Bushing Bore .092 - .121 (2.34 - 3.07) .105 - .134 (2.67 - 3.40) .125 - .153 (3.18 - 3.89) .142 - .171 (3.61 - 4.34) Clearance Eccentric Bushing Bore to Mainshaft O.D. .057 - .082 (1.45 - 2.08) .061 - .086 (1.55 - 2.18) .068 - .093 (1.73 - 2.36) .074 - .099 (1.88 - 2.51)

42 - 65 54 - 74 (75) 60 - 89 60 - 109 (110)

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Bushing Inspection


Serviceability Inspection - Page 1 of 4
Eccentric bushings have a load zone on one side only, marked A. A The inside diameter may become out of round due to wear, but this out of roundness alone will not render the bushing unserviceable. Bushings with cracks, burns, or heavy scoring should be discarded. Measure the bushing inside diameter at the centerline of the load zone, marked B at 8 (200mm) to 10 (250mm) intervals.

Also measure any other area of apparent damage or hot spots.

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Bushing Inspection


Serviceability Inspection - Page 2 of 4
In general, all axial dimensions should be within .001 (.025mm) of the smallest dimension measured. B Exception: if a scored location has a dimension above the range shown above on a bushing that otherwise appears serviceable, measure on either side of this location to determine the width and depth of the area. The depth of the scored area should be no more than .005 (.1mm) below the adjacent surfaces.

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Bushing Inspection


Serviceability Inspection - Page 3 of 4
The total of randomly selected scored areas should not exceed 20% of the shaft contact area.
If uniform axial wear has occurred, maximum clearance should not be more than the maximum clearance listed in the eccentric service specifications table shown to the left. Bushings with excess clearance should be replaced.

Service Specifications - inches (mm)


Model Clearance Eccentric O.D. to Bottom Shell Bushing Bore .092 - .121 (2.34 - 3.07) .105 - .134 (2.67 - 3.40) .125 - .153 (3.18 - 3.89) .142 - .171 (3.61 - 4.34) Clearance Eccentric Bushing Bore to Mainshaft O.D. .057 - .082 (1.45 - 2.08) .061 - .086 (1.55 - 2.18) .068 - .093 (1.73 - 2.36) .074 - .099 (1.88 - 2.51)

42 - 65 54 - 74 (75) 60 - 89 60 - 109 (110)

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Bushing Inspection


Serviceability Inspection - Page 4 of 4
Example Inspection Report

Eccentric Bushing Inspection Results Record


Dimension 1 2 3 4 5 Maximum difference between smallest and largest dimension? Are there any indications of hourglass or taper? Comments

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Inspection
Techniques and Service Limits - Page 1 of 5
Inside Diameter
Keyway

Take eccentric inside diameter measurements in the load zone marked A, near the keyway at about 8 (200mm) to 10 (250mm) intervals for the full length of the eccentric. Take measurements 90 from A at the area marked B. Measure or note any other areas of apparent defect.

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Inspection
Techniques and Service Limits - Page 2 of 5
Inside Diameter
A
Keyway

Compare the measurements taken with the limits listed below as indicated by 1, 2, & 3. 1) All axial diameter readings should be within .002 (.05mm) of each other.

2) No inward blister or any other defect higher than .001 (.025mm) above the normal plate of the inner diameter surface.
3) No internal out of round exceeding that shown in the table to the bottom left:

Maximum Out of Roundness - Inches (mm)


42 - 65 .008 (.20) 54 - 74 (75) .009 (.23) 60 - 89 .010 (.25) 60 - 109 (110) .012 (.30)

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Inspection
Techniques and Service Limits - Page 3 of 5
Outside Diameter
Oil Groove Lead Area

Eccentric Thick Side

Take outside diameter measurements at the area marked A counterclockwise from the oil groove at about 8 (200mm) to 10 (250mm) intervals. Make sure to stay away from the oil groove lead area.
Take outside diameter measurements at the area marked B from the eccentric thick side to the eccentric thin side. Measure or note any other apparent defect.

Oil Groove

Eccentric Thin Side


Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Inspection
Techniques and Service Limits - Page 4 of 5
Outside Diameter
Oil Groove Lead Area

Compare the measurements taken with the limits listed below as indicated by 1, 2, 3, & 4. 1) All axial diameter readings should be within .001 (.025mm) of each other.

Eccentric Thick Side

2) No outward blister or any other defect higher than .001 (.025mm) above the normal plate of the outer diameter surface.
3) No out of roundness exceeding .010 (.25mm).
Oil Groove Eccentric Thin Side
Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Inspection
Techniques and Service Limits - Page 5 of 5
Outside Diameter
Service Specifications - inches (mm)
Model Clearance Eccentric O.D. to Bottom Shell Bushing Bore .092 - .121 (2.34 - 3.07) .105 - .134 (2.67 - 3.40) .125 - .153 (3.18 - 3.89) .142 - .171 (3.61 - 4.34) Clearance Eccentric Bushing Bore to Mainshaft O.D. .057 - .082 (1.45 - 2.08) .061 - .086 (1.55 - 2.18) .068 - .093 (1.73 - 2.36) .074 - .099 (1.88 - 2.51)

42 - 65 54 - 74 (75) 60 - 89 60 - 109 (110)

4) Maximum clearance between the eccentric and bottom shell bushing should not be more than the maximum clearance listed in the eccentric service specifications table shown to the left.

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Gear Removal


Jacking Device

Steel Plate

Gear

The gear is a tight fit on the eccentric. The fit can be as much as .001 (.025mm) for every 1 (25mm) of diameter. Press the gear off using any suitable means. Heat can be applied at the area marked A to help relieve the interference fit (if so, remove the lower counterweight first if present).
Eccentric Blocking

Wood or Rubber Protection Blocks

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Gear Installation


Installation Technique - Page 1 of 2
Heat the gear to a temperature of 250F (120C) to 300F (150C) (remove the lower counterweight first if present)..
Eccentric

When using heating torches (rosebuds), heat the bottom area of the gear marked A and the inside area of the gear marked B. Do not heat the gear teeth directly! Set the heated gear on suitable blocking and lower the eccentric into the gear making sure that the shoulder of the eccentric makes 360 contact with the top of the gear at the area marked C.

B
Gear
Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Eccentric Gear Installation


Installation Technique - Page 2 of 2
If possible, place cooling air steams around the top interface of the gear and eccentric at the area marked C so that the gear seizes to the eccentric first to prevent the gear from creeping down as it cools. Check for gaps between the gear and eccentric shoulder at the area marked C after the gear cools. Maximum gap should be no more than .003 (.07mm).

Eccentric

Gear

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell Bushing Removal


Dust Collar Bottom Shell Bushing

A burnt bushing shrinks and may come out easily. A worn bushing might be tight. Remove the dust collar Attempt to lift the bushing with eyebolts threaded into the top of the bushing using a spreader bar or try lifting from the bottom of the bushing with a fabricated steel lifting plate, or. Pack the bushing with dry ice before attempting to lift if free.

Note: When hoisting, lift carefully to prevent the eyebolt threads from pulling out of the bushing.

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell Bushing Installation


Bottom Shell Bushing

There is a slight clearance between the bottom shell bushing outside diameter and the bottom shell bore inside diameter. Check the surfaces for any imperfections. Make sure the bushing top marked top is up. Trial fit the key in the bottom shell. Install the key in the bushing and fill the bushing with dry ice. Allow to cool for 6 to 8 hours. Lightly oil the bottom shell bore. Using a spreader bar and the threaded holes on the top of the bushing, lower the bushing into position.

Key

Bottom Shell

Note: Never hammer or ram the bushing into position!


Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell Bushing Installation


62 - 75

Cooling With Liquid Nitrogen

Cooled Bushing Installed

Note: A spreader should always be used when installing the bottom shell bushing to prevent distortion!

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottomshell Bore

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottomshell Bushing Installation

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell Bore Specification


Bore and Bushing Service Specifications
Bottom Shell Bushing
Bottom Shell

Bottom Shell Bore and Bushing Service Specifications - Inches (mm)


Specification Allowable Bottom Shell Bore Range With Standard Bushing Clearance, Bottom Shell Bushing Bore to Eccentric O.D. 42 - 65 32.500 - 32.513 (825.5 - 825.8) .092 - .121 (2.34 - 3.07) 54 - 74 (75) 38.000 - 38.015 (965.2 - 965.6) .105 - .134 (2.67 - 3.40) 60 - 89 45.500 - 45.519 (1155.7 - 1156.2) .125 - .153 (3.18 - 3.89) 60 - 109 (110) 53.500 - 53.520 (1358.9 - 1359.4) .142 - .171 (3.6 - 4.3)

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell Bore Inspection


Service Limits - Page 1 of 2
Bore distortion is usually caused by high heat or high crushing pressures. A High heat can cause inward distortion while high crushing pressures may cause bore taper or out of roundness.

Take bore measurements in three vertical planes 60 apart beginning at the pinionshaft location marked A. Measurements on the vertical plane should be about 3 (75mm) apart for the full length of the bore. Also measure wherever there is discoloration or any evidence of bore defect.

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell Bore Inspection


Service Limits - Page 2 of 2
All axial diameter readings should be within .002 (.05mm) of each other. A No inward bulge or other imperfection should be more than .001 (.025mm) higher than the normal plane of the bore surface.

If it is necessary to clean up the bore, the final result should not cause the bore to be larger than the maximum allowable as shown in the table marked bottom shell bore and bushing service specifications.

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottomshell Bore Measuring

1 A B C AVG.

Comments

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Dust Collar Installation


62 - 75

Dust Collar Gasket

Dust Collar Being Lowered

Note: If the oil drain holes become plugged or restricted, larger quantities of lube oil will be lost through the dust seal / dust collar area. The Dust collar can be warmed slightly to ease installation.

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell Arm Guards


62 - 75
Bottom shell arm guards should be installed prior to mounting the bottom shell side liners.

Bottom shell arm guards are pushed tight to the outer frame and stop blocks are welded to the bottom shell arms to keep them in position.

Arm Guard Being Lowered Into Position

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Pinionshaft Arm Guard


62 - 75

Two-piece Pinionshaft Guard

Guard Being Lowered Into Position

Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell Liners


54 - 75 62 - 75

Liner View From Top

Liner View From Discharge Area

Note: The bottom shell liners located to the left and right of each arm guard may have to be trimmed with a cutting torch to get it to fit correctly. On a new installation, these liners are much easier to install prior to flipping the bottom shell over.
Bottom Shell & Eccentric

TTM-1004-B

Bottom Shell & Eccentric