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Stedman introduces new type hammer mills

Stedman introduces a new line of fabricated hammer mills for crushing, grinding and pulverizing.

The line includes Type A, B and BX hammer mill models and features a more competitive cost and lighter weight than previous Stedman hammer mills that were all cast.

Hammer mills operate with a rain of hammer or ring blows to shatter and disintegrate materials, require less maintenance and allow for easy access for adjustments and replacements.

Hammer mills are available for a variety of size reduction applications, including alum cake, bran, coal, fish scrap, gypsum, limestone, shelled corn, steamed bone, wood, dried milk, oats, salt cake and animal tankage.

Type A (up-running) features a 2-stage reduction principle for a dual mechanical reduction using the revolving hammers to shatter materials upon entry and then further disintegrating materials against the breaker plates.

Type B Heavy Duty hammer mills use heavy, reversible hammers in conjunction with Stedman's exclusive saw-tooth breaker plate to produce uniform product.

Type BX Medium-Duty hammer mills, similar to Type B, feature a larger feed opening for medium hard, lumpy or bulky materials. Both the B and BX are down running hammer mills.

Stedman, in business since 1834, is a specialist in size reduction equipment. Based in Aurora, Indiana, Stedman  has a full line of crushing equipment, full-scale test plant and the ability to improve size reduction processes in a wide range of industries.

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