Stedman: Impactor Reduces Metal Replacement, Overall Operating Costs
September 29, 2004
The Grand Slam(TM) series of horizontal shaft impactors from Stedman uses high-chrome metallurgy to significantly increase the wear life of machine components, reducing metal replacement costs. Tackling a variety of applications from aluminum dross and clay to floor tile and scrap carbide recycling, Grand Slam impactors reduce material size more efficiently with maximum up time. The Grand Slam series consists of 10 high-production models with capacities ranging from 5 to 700 tons per hour. The impactor design incorporates both primary and secondary aprons for maximum product control, eliminating the need for high-maintenance grate bars and discharge screens that often clog. The impactors' two-stage crushing action produces more product on the first pass with reductions ratios up to 30:1, even while handling large and slabby feed material.