Stedman Offers Adjustable VSI Anvil Ring

Stedman offers an externally adjustable and visually indicated anvil ring for Stedman vertical shaft impactors. The new, patent-pending VSI Anvil Ring is easily adjustable by an external threaded jack bolt. Anvil ring position is verified externally by an integral position indicator. Internal access to the crusher is not required for anvil ring adjustment, increasing safety and lessening downtime. Adjusting the…

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Stedman Cage Mills Pulverize, Grind, Crush or Mix Wet, Sticky or Dry Materials

Stedman multi-row cage mills pulverize, grind, crush and/or mix abrasive and non-abrasive materials – wet, sticky or dry. The cage mills will be discussed at AGG1, Booth #2214. The cage mills offer: Fine, uniform grind up to 240 tph. Reversible for extended wear life. Single-, two-, four-, or six-row cage assemblies are available. Optional heaters and air cannons are available to reduce…

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AGG1 Preview: Stedman “Expect More”

Stedman will be promoting its “Expect More” HSI impactor line in Booth 1538 at AGG1 by re-educating process engineers about the unique design aspects of impactors. HSIs are capable of high ratio size reduction with no decrease in quality of the product even after long periods of operation. High size reduction ratios offer cost savings in handling, maintenance and wear parts.…

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Stedman Cage Mill Features High-Ratio Size Reduction

Stedman is promoting its “One-N-Done” cage mill line by re-educating process engineers about the unique design aspects of cage mills. Cage mills are capable of very high-ratio size reduction with no decrease in quality of the product even after long periods of operation. High size reduction ratios offer cost savings in handling, maintenance and wear parts. Cage mills reduce materials by…

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Stedman ‘One-N-Done’ Cage Mill

Cage mills reduce materials by impact using nested cages with rows of impact bars. The cages, consisting of 2, 4 or 6 rows, are arranged concentrically, with each row spinning in the opposite direction. The material is fed into the center of the innermost cage, where it is struck by spinning rows of cage pins and distributed 360 degrees around…

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