The Model 4260 (42 x 60 in.) hammer mill features a two-stage reduction principle with a rain of hammer or ring blows that shatter and disintegrate the material. The materials are shattered two ways before passing through the grinding plate, 1) upon entry by the revolving hammers and 2) further disintegrated by forceful impact against the heavy breaker plates in the cover. The shredder-type hammers have six turns and Tungsten overlay on the cutting edge for extended life and lower operating cost. The size of the finished product can depend on the size of the openings in the perforated screens or spacing between the heavy-duty grates; the number, size, and type of hammers and rings, the setting of the adjustable grinding plate, and the rotor speed. The rotor construction is determined by the material to be reduced.
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