Disintegrator is also known as cage mill.
The structure of the crusher part has four to six stages of rod array rings that rotate in the opposite direction to each other. This unit is significantly effective mainly for disintegration of soft and medium-hard material to several millimeters and less and exerts a strong power.
Disintegrator (cage mill) consists of four to six stages of rod array rings that rotate in the opposite direction to each other. When the material to be milled is supplied from the feed chute to the center of the disk, the first array ring initially catches it and tosses it out by centrifugal action to the space between the rods of the second array ring that rotates in the opposite direction.
The same operation repeats on the third and fourth stages of array rings and block material is milled by impact and shearing forces before being discharged from the milling chamber bottom. The outer rotary array rings have a higher circumferential speed and the impact and shearing forces applied to the material are therefore greater on the outer rings.
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