REDUCE VOLUME OF MATERIAL WITH THIS CHIPPER FROM LANNER

Materials chipper to reduce volume

Press release from Lanner Anlagenbau – 2010-05-06
LANNER® chip crusher

LANNER® chip crusher

LANNER® chip crushers are suitable for breaking up steel wool, stainless steel, titanium, aluminium, brass and cast chips that are high in oil content. The broken, free flowing chips achieve around 20% of their original volume depending on the type of material.

Chips from high-alloyed or rough materials are not a problem for our chip crushers. The robust design of the electromechanical motor means you can apply ideal crushing parameters. You have the option of a hydraulic motor for chips with a high percentage of bulk. Added bulk such as rods or turned parts are removed from the crushing area by automatic bulk separators. If bulk like this does end up in the crushing funnel, the motor switches itself off. Then a part of the crushing wall opens. A quick reversal of the knife head sends some of the already crushed chips and the bulk part out through the open hatch. Then the hatch closes and the crusher starts up again.

Chip crushers for crushing long chips

  • Suitable for steel, stainless steel and aluminium chips
  • Suitable for cast, titanium and brass chips
  • Possible volume reduction of up to 80%
  • Compact and robust design
  • Precision grinder with bulk separator
  • Valuable, hardened knife with long lifetime
  • Low energy consumption
  • Mechanical or hydraulic motor
  • Safe and quiet to use
  • Highly wear-resistant lining possible

LANNER® chip crushers are suitable for breaking up steel wool, stainless steel, titanium, aluminium, brass and cast chips that are high in oil content. The broken, free flowing chips achieve around 20% of their original volume depending on the type of material.

Chips from high-alloyed or rough materials are not a problem for our chip crushers. The robust design of the electromechanical motor means you can apply ideal crushing parameters. You have the option of a hydraulic motor for chips with a high percentage of bulk. Added bulk such as rods or turned parts are removed from the crushing area by automatic bulk separators. If bulk like this does end up in the crushing funnel, the motor switches itself off. Then a part of the crushing wall opens. A quick reversal of the knife head sends some of the already crushed chips and the bulk part out through the open hatch. Then the hatch closes and the crusher starts up again.

An SPS controller in the control box manages the disturbance function on a fully automatic basis.
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