Superior Industries is to debut its Sentry horizontal shaft impactor (HSI) which it says encourages stones to break along their natural cleavage lines at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020.
The company claims this process generates cubically-shaped material, which is desirable for many applications.
Sentry HSI comes with a fully-fabricated open-style rotor – which according to Superior – produces low inertia energy for a lower cost of ownership. Proper spacing inside the crusher’s chamber is expected to create more areas for processing larger feed sizes. Owners and operators will be able to complete maintenance functions of the HSI’s mainframe components via a hydraulically-controlled opening and closing feature, the company adds.
The solution also includes commonly-shaped side liners, hydraulically-adjusted curtains, mainframe inspection doors and a replacement upper feed opening. One or two piece blow bars manufactured with two or four rotors are equipped with fixed clamping to help improve performance in hard rock applications.
Superior has 15 models available for manufacturing. Production capacities range from 90 – 990 tons per hour (80 – 900 MTPH) with maximum feed sizes from 15 – 40 inches (400 – 1,000mm).
CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 is taking place from the 10-14 March in Las Vegas.