Ml series vertical shaft impact crusher is unique for its crushing process. Most types of crushers use metal parts to break stones, while ml series vertical shaft impact crushers use the materials in the crushing chamber to collide with each other to break stones. This kind of self crushing principle is the lowest cost of all the impact crushing methods.
Practice has proved that the final product with high quality and uniform particle size can be produced by the working principle of stone beating. In addition to the traditional working principle of stone striking, ML series vertical shaft impact crusher can also be equipped with metal anvil (stone striking) according to customer requirements. Anvil solution can improve crushing ratio and produce finer final product.
In ML series vertical shaft impact crusher, the material can bypass the rotor and overflow into the crushing cavity. This waterfall feature allows operators to optimize output and power consumption, and control product gradation and particle shape to meet technical specifications. The product gradation can be controlled, and the product can be fine-tuned using the waterfall flow characteristics.
ML series vertical shaft impact crusher is designed to prolong the service life of wear parts and improve the operation rate by shortening the replacement time of parts. The rotor can be quickly maintained through the access door, greatly reducing maintenance downtime.
The adoption of soft start ensures a smaller impact on the grid system and a shorter start-up time.
The thin-oil lubrication system is used to provide a high-quality bearing working environment, thus the machine can obtain higher stability and longer service life.
|Model||Rotor diameter||Power(kw) ||Rotor rotation speed（rpm） ||Max feed size(mm) ||Throughput(t/h) ||Weight(kg) |
| ML6900|| 690|| 75 - 160|| 1500 - 2500|| 37|| 60-220|| 9800|
| ML8400|| 840|| 160 - 320|| 1100 - 2100||45|| 120-550|| 12500|
| ML9900|| 990|| 320 - 600|| 1000 - 1800|| 50|| 230-780|| 14600|
Remarks: The output is the approximate throughput measured based on the medium hardness materials. The actual results will be different due to the difference in feed, particle size, rock type and material moisture content