The rotor impact mill is a high-performance crusher with a vertical shaft. The rotor impact mill enables you to achieve a high reduction ratio and excellent particle shape. The mill is suitable for crushing all low to moderately abrasive minerals and is therefore used predominantly in the production of sand for the concrete, asphalt and dry mortar industries.
Since the end of 2022 the Ernst Derfeser GmbH relies on a BHS rotor impact mill of type RPM 1513 for the production of sand at their quarry in Vomp (Tirol). The video shows a short overview of the plant with the BHS crusher.
The machine and drive train are assembled onto a base frame as a unit that is ready for installation. A large cover that can be raised hydraulically and pivoted by 360° allows unimpeded access.
The BHS rotor impact mill is supplied with a recirculating oil lubrication system with cooling and integrated monitoring. This allows for low-maintenance, reliable operation.
All areas of the machine that are in contact with the crushing material are protected by wearing parts that are easy to exchange and made of materials that can be optimized for specific applications.
The rubber spring elements between the base frame and the machine absorb vibrations generated during operation and keep them away from the support structure. Excessive vibrations are registered by an electronic vibration monitor and cause the machine to be shut down.
The impeller rotor of the BHS rotor impact mill is the only one of its kind worldwide. The high circumferential speed of the rotor results in an almost permanent gap between the tips of the horseshoe-shaped hammers and the anvil ring. The small gap width and the high energy input due to the circumferential speed result in a very high, targeted crushing ratio.
Rock crushing with the BHS rotor impact mill produces high-quality crushed sand with a cubical grain shape. This is ideally suited for ensuring the workability of dry mortar, for example.
The unique functional principle of the BHS rotor impact mill guarantees consistent grading curves. The reduction ratio is determined by the speed of rotation and the gap size. The degree of wear on the crushing tools has no negative influence on the quality of the grading curve.
Thanks to the narrower milling gap and the higher circumferential speed of the rotor, the material in the RPMF rotor impact mill is exposed to more intense stress. The result, in percentage terms, is a higher proportion of fine sand in the grain-size range from 0 to 2 mm.
The feed material is loaded into the top center of the machine. When it impacts the rotor, the material is accelerated towards the outside by means of centrifugal forces; there, the horseshoe-shaped hammers engage it and throw it against the anvil ring, In the milling gap, it is crushed as a result of the impact and shearing forces. The material leaves the rotor through the gap and falls down through two outlet chutes.
The pulverizer uses the same crushing principle as the RPM. The difference is that the rock is exposed to more intense stress through a combination of higher circumferential speed and a narrower milling gap. The result, in percentage terms, is a higher proportion of fine sand.
BHS rotor impact mills are not only used in the production of sand for the dry mortar industry. They have also proved themselves useful in the production of surfaces for sports facilities, as well as in the milling of fertilizers from limestone, dolomite, gypsum, anhydrite and burnt lime.
The RPM rotor impact mill is used in the building materials industry. The machine has been a proven and reliable tool in the production of sand for many years.
The RPMF pulverizer produces even finer fractions, and the output material contains a significantly higher percentage of fine sand.
The RPFM is characterized by a higher circumferential speed and a significantly smaller milling gap. This makes the pulverizer ideally suitable for producing sand with particle sizes from 0 to 2 mm.
The anvil ring elements are hooked into the upper milling housing (RPM) or are screwed into it (RPMF). The horseshoe-shaped impact hammers are mounted to the rotor and are held on the rotor pegs by centrifugal force. Both the anvil ring and the impact hammers are easily replaced.
A set of replaceable spacers is used to configure the ring gap. The ongoing wear and tear of the impact hammers causes the gap width to change; this can be easily corrected by replacing spacers in different sizes (shown in red in the illustration).
The rotor direction can be reversed, allowing both sides of the impact hammers to be fully utilized.
In order to increase the service life, a cover with reinforced lining can be selected as an option.
For even faster opening of the machine cover for maintenance and inspection, an optional electro-hydraulic actuation mechanism is available.
If required, all electrical wiring can be bundled in a terminal box for easy installation.
In the event of high ambient temperatures or if the input material is hot, a supplementary lubrication unit featuring a larger storage volume and stronger cooling power can be provided.
In order to reduce material deposits in the outlet area, the crusher can be optionally equipped with air cannons.
As an alternative to integrate the machine into the plant control a BHS PLC control (including touchscreen) and a frequency converter can be supplied if required. This allows an autonomous operation and monitoring of the machine’s function.
We can also provide the steel construction, storage bunker and metering equipment, feed and discharge equipment, and dust capture systems – all adapted to your specific applications.
|Throughput rate 1) (max.)||Input size 2)(max.)|
|RPM 1113||1.150 x 135mm||8||70 m/s||132 kW||35 t/h||56 mm|
|RPM 1513||1.150 x 135mm||12||70 m/s||200 kW||70 t/h||56 mm|
|RPM 2215||2.200 x 150 mm||18||70 m/s||315 kW||100 t/h||56 mm|
|RPMF 1116||1.150 x 160mm||8||90m/s||200 kW||25 t/h||32 mm|
|RPMF 1516||1.150 x 160mm||12||90m/s||315 kW||55 t/h||32 mm|
|RPM 1113||3.080 mm||1.500 mm||2.110 mm||406 mm||940 mm||6.800 kg|
|RPM 1513||4.500 mm||1.900 mm||2.125 mm||610 mm||970 mm||9.100 kg|
|RPM 2215||5.589 mm||2.808 mm||2.142 mm||610 mm||1.211 mm||18.320 kg|
|RPMF 1116||4.600 mm||2.000 mm||2.790 mm||406 mm||1.300 mm||8.000 kg|
|RPMF 1516||4.900 mm||2.120 mm||2.850 mm||610 mm||1.540 mm||12.500 kg|