This large capacity laboratory jaw crusher features a small footprint design, with an overhead mounted motor to conserve lab space. The Badger has a 5 x 7 jaw opening, with a capacity of reducing feed material to -1/8 at a rate of 1,300 pounds per hour.
Some of the features of this crusher are a heavy duty fabricated steel frame, heat treated reversible jaw and cheek plates, heavy duty spherical roller bearings and easy hand wheel jaw opening adjustment. All Badger crushers are furnished with motor and starter. A feed hopper is included with each crusher, as well as all safety guards.
Sepor, Inc. began business in 1953 with the introduction of the Sepor Microsplitter , a Jones-type Riffle splitter, developed by geologist Oreste Ernie Alessio for his own use in the lab. Sepor grew over the next several decades to offer a complete line of mineral analysis tools, as well as pilot plant equipment for scaled operations.
Exceptional crushing capacity with minimum power consumption is obtained by unique moveable jaw principle. The upper end of the jaw travels in a circular path driven by the eccentric shaft. The lower end oscillates through a short arc described by the toggle. The resultant jaw action is a forward and downward motion relative to the stationary jaw that crushes the sample and forces its discharge. Heavy bronze bearings are sealed against dust and dirt and are lubricated by grease cups, so that no special greasing tools are required. Bearings may be taken up for wear, reversed on the shaft or more wear, and after long service, easily replaced.
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