The 4-rope operation grab requires 2 hoists to support the grab and to close and open it. As the 4-rope operation grab has a redundancy of the hoist, a residual service life of the hoist cannot be proven. The motor grab is only really used to life fire pockets in the refuse bunker.
Refuse cranescan be controlled manually, semi-automatically or fully automatically. The fully automatic operation is predominantly intended for nighttime operation and on Sundays and holidays, as no deliveries take place at these times. Keeping the tipping points during the day takes place with manual operation, as overfilling the grab with refuse is prevented. The grabs used for > 6m volume are multi-bladed grabs.
Bulky Waste Cranes transport bulky goods, like wooden beams, which are then crushed by rotating blades in the bulky waste crusher. The crushed pieces are then taken to the general refuse bunkers and the incinerators are then loaded by means of the refuse grab crane.
Container cranes (with spreader lifting beam transport the slag-filled containers to the intermediate storage.Ourcranes are controlled fully automatically. If required, the hoist can be equipped with a slewing gear.
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Roll Crushers are designed to handle the primary, secondary and tertiary stage crushing of friable materials such as coal, salt, clay, bauxite, limestone and other minerals of similar characteristics in the mining, power generation and numerous other industries. Roll Crushers are one of the most widely used crushers in the mining industry and have numerous advantages, such as high capacity, low headroom, low horsepower, the ability to handle wet, sticky feeds and the generation of minimum fines while producing a cubical product.
The simplified design gives these units excellent reliability and requires very little maintenance. Roll Crushers are designed with built-in tramp relief that allows for the passing of uncrushable materials while continuing operation and returning to the initial product setting.
Since patenting the first Single Roll Crusher in 1894, McLanahan has become an expert and leader in the industry in the design and manufacture of single and two stage Roll Crushers. The selection process for each application is based on extensive equipment knowledge and a wealth of test data developed in our research lab or through on-site testing.
McLanahan offers belt-driven Roll Crushers in four designs: Single Roll, Double Roll, Triple Roll and Quad Roll Crushers, which provide a substantial return on investment by operating at low cost and maximizing yield by generating minimal fines. The rugged design, which incorporates a fabricated steel base frame lined with replaceable abrasion-resistant steel liners, stands up to the toughest mineral processing applications while providing safe and simple operation, including an automatic tramp relief system to allow uncrushable objects to pass while the crusher remains in operation. These crushers are also versatile, allowing for adjustments in roll speeds and gap settings to meet most any application requirement.
Whether the application requires a single-stage or two-stage crusher, the forces necessary to perform the crushing remain the same: a combination of impact, shear and compression. The impact force occurs as the material enters the crusher and is impacted by the rotating roll. Shear and compression forces occur as the feed material is pulled between the crushing plate and/or crushing rolls.
Depending on the feed size, material is fed into the crushing chamber and encounters a single or a pair of rotating rolls. If a two-stage reduction is required, either a Triple or Quad Roll configuration can be used. In this scenario, the top stage of the crusher performs the primary reduction either by crushing the material between the roll and crushing plate or between a pair of rolls. The material is then fed directly between the two bottom-stage rolls for additional processing.
If a single-stage reduction is required, then depending on the feed-to-product-size ratio of reduction, either a Single or Double Roll Crusher can be selected. Regardless of the crusher type selected, Roll Crushers allow for the material to fracture along naturally occurring cleavage lines, which helps with minimizing fines generation.
Yes, it will. When a wet, sticky feed is fed to a two-stage crusher, you run the risk of plugging the crusher between the top and bottom stages. If a wet, sticky feed is anticipated and the ratio of reduction requires two stages of crushing, it is recommended that two separate single stages be used.
A good rule of thumb is: Single Roll Crushers have a 6:1 ratio of reduction, Double Roll Crushers have a 4:1, Triple Roll Crushers have a 6:1 on the top stage and a 4:1 on the bottom stage, and Quad Roll Crushers have a 4:1 on both the top and bottom stage.
Single Roll Crushers are typically used as primary crushers that provide a crushing ratio of up to 6:1. They crush materials such as ROM coal, mine refuse, shale, slate, gypsum, bauxite, salt, soft shale, etc., while producing minimal fines. Designed with intermeshing roll teeth and a curved crushing plate, they are extremely effective in reducing slabby feeds.
Double Roll Crushers provide a 4:1 reduction ratio. They are typically used as a secondary or tertiary crusher for materials such as ROM coal with refuse, limestone, gypsum, trona, shale, bauxite, oil shale, clean coal, coke, salt, quicklime, burnt lime, glass, kaolin, brick, shale and wet, sticky feeds. Each machine is custom engineered with roll elements and tooth patterns selected depending on theapplication requirements to produce a cubical product with minimal fines.
Triple Roll Crushers are ideal for producers who want to accomplish two stages of reduction in one pass. They can be used in coal, salt, coke, glass, and trona operations, among others. Triple Roll Crushers combine a Single Roll Crusher with a Double Roll Crusher to form a crusher that is capable of achieving a 6:1 reduction ratio in the primary stage and a 4:1 reduction in the secondary stage while producing a cubicle product at high capacity.
Quad Roll Crushers are ideal for producers, including those with preparation plants, who want to accomplish two stages of reduction in one pass. They can be used in coal, salt, lime, pet coke and potash operations, among others. Quad Roll Crushers are capable of achieving a 4:1 reduction ratio before feeding the crushed material to the secondary stage for an additional 4:1 reduction to make the final product.