What is a tertiary crusher?
Before we learn what is tertiary crusher we should know crushers better. Crushers are devices that are designed to decrease the size of larger objects by using force to reduce the objects into a smaller and more compact volume. This is sometimes accomplished by compacting the mass of the object. At other times, the crusher will be used force to break the object into a series of smaller pieces. A tertiary crusher is used in the plant as a secondary and tertiary crusher, for limestone, alluvium, and quarry materials. It works with the principle of applying a high-speed impact effect to the material. The distance between the crusher rod pendulum with the rotor can be easily adjusted using a bolt to produce material of the desired size. The “working principle of the tertiary crusher” should also be explained. Reversible breakers are machines used for producing cube-shaped (cubic) and thin material, which multiplies the material to the counter-fixed pallets using “crusher pallets” on a rotating rotor at a high speed. Tertiary crushers are long-lasting machines with low operating costs.
Tertiary Crusher Characteristics
Tertiary crushers are divided into a horizontal rotor impact crusher and a vertical shaft impact crusher. Horizontal rotor breakers are specialized in quarry materials, alluvium, and limestone breakage. High-speed material is impacted. The materials supplied to the machine inside the machine are thrown into the lining of the pendulums using pallets. Steep crusher hammers are used in basalt, creek material, granite as well as hard and abrasive stones.
- Four corners of the rotor can be rotated in both directions and the pallets can be rotated.
- The special design of the impact wedges and the high-speed rotating rotor makes it possible to achieve low sand (high) and high sand yield.
- Easy maintenance with the full opening of moving bodies on both sides.
- Concrete batching plants and asphalt plants by the size of the sand required.