How do you adjust the particle shape of metal crusher?
Metal crusher is an important equipment for crushing waste metal materials and construction waste. There are many kinds of equipment, but commonly used are metal crusher, can crusher, paint barrel crusher, crusher, color steel tile crusher, etc. Metal crusher output is large, the same output and energy consumption is low, vulnerable parts are relatively wear-resistant, performance is more stable.
How to adjust the particle shape of metal crusher?
_metal crusher uses the basic principle of motor-driven wind wheel extrusion. Driven by high-speed high-torque motor, the crushed material can be fully and effectively broken in the crushing chamber, and the crushed material can be torn to meet the specifications. Broken materials are separated from non-paint barrels by air cyclotron sorting system, and the whole system is equipped with dust removal device, which minimizes dust pollution hazards in the production process. The equipment has the advantages of high yield, low energy consumption, high efficiency, and fine crushing. And in the use of the equipment, low noise, pollution-free, simple operation, easy maintenance for the metal crusher, its discharging granularity is not invariable, by adjusting the components, can be changed within a certain range of equipment discharging size. And what is the adjustment of the particle size of the metal crusher?
The particle size of_metal crusher is changed by adjusting device, generally there are two kinds of wedge and gasket. The top of the wedge-shaped device is equipped with adjusting bolts. When the adjusting bolt pulls the wedge upward, the wedge pushes the movable roller away from the fixed wheel, that is, the gap between the two rollers becomes larger and the discharging granularity becomes larger. When the wedge is down, the gap between the two rollers becomes smaller and the discharging granularity becomes smaller under the action of the compressing spring. Gasket device adjusts the size of discharging granularity by increasing or decreasing the number or thickness of gaskets. When the gasket is increased, the gap between two rollers becomes larger, and when the gasket is reduced, the gap between two rollers becomes smaller and the discharging granularity becomes smaller.