The D. P. Hammer Mill comprises of a heavy duty Carbon Steel fabricated body (alternatively stainless steel construction can be provided in hammer mill wherever necessary). The grinding chamber of hammer mill is lined with serrated wear plates, which protects the body from wear and tear. A balanced rotor in hammer mill with a set of Swing Hammers accelerates the grinding process. The screen classifier forms the lower half of the grinding chamber of hammer mill. The blower in hammer mill is driven on a separate shaft with the help of a 'v' belt adjustable driven from the rotor shaft.
Operating Principle of Hammer Mill
The material to be crushed enters the hammer mill through gravity feed hopper having an adjustable slide to control the feed material. The material is crushed between the hammers and serrated liners. A powerful blower in hammer mill continuously sucks the ground material through a screen classifier and conveyed through the pipe into the cyclone for bagging. The blower maintains constant airflow in the Hammer Mill chamber in order to obtain a cool product and continuously cleans the screens, thus increasing the output. Particle size of the ground material can be varied over a large range by using sieves with the desired openings of hammer mill.
Applications of Hammer Mill
The D. P. Hammer Mills can be used for a wide range of application e.g. Animal & Poultry Feeds, Chemicals, Food Products, Herbs& Spices, Marine Feeds, Moulding Powders, Dry Soap, Charcoal, Tea, Coffee, etc.
Outstanding Features of Hammer Mill
o Improved Grinding Efficiency
o Accurate and Consistent Product Grinding
o Low Specific Power Consumption
o Low Temperature Rise for Heat Sensitive Materials
501, K.L. Accolade, 5th floor, near R.K. hospital, road number 6th, Santacruz (east), Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400055, India