Rotor centrifugal crusher (RSMX)

The selective crusher

Our rotor centrifugal crusher (type RSMX) is a high-performance vertical-shaft crusher for throughput rates of 30 to 400 t/h, depending on the model. Every single particle of the input material undergoes extreme acceleration in the patented twin-chamber rotor and is subsequently thrown against the fixed impact wall. The impact wall can consist of an anvil ring or a rock shelf. The ample size of the rotor and housing largely eliminates the risk of clogging.

Thanks to the rock-on-rock principle, only very few machine parts are susceptible to wear. As a result, the machine is suitable for very hard or abrasive recycling materials, such as glass or slag. The grading curve of the rotor centrifugal crusher remains constant even after increased wear of the crushing tools. The crushing result can be decisively influenced and optimized by selecting the appropriate rotation speed.

Layout of the RSMX rotor centrifugal crusher with rock shelf housing
Layout of the RSMX rotor centrifugal crusher with rock shelf housing
Operating principle of the RSMX rotor centrifugal crusher with rock shelf housing
Operating principle of the RSMX rotor centrifugal crusher with rock shelf housing
Layout of the RSMX rotor centrifugal crusher with anvil ring
Layout of the RSMX rotor centrifugal crusher with anvil ring
Operating principle of the RSMX rotor centrifugal crusher with anvil ring
Operating principle of the RSMX rotor centrifugal crusher with anvil ring

The RSMX rotor centrifugal crusher is typically used for crushing rocks or refining aggregate granularity (e.g., cubicity). Thanks to insights we have gained through many years of experience with these applications, the machine features an extremely rugged design and has been optimized to ensure low wear-related costs.

The rotor centrifugal crusher also has many other useful applications in the recycling industry. Thanks to its excellent resistance to wear, the crusher is suitable for all highly abrasive materials (e.g., brick, glass). When crushing glass or brick, the cubical form of the final product can be yet another advantage.

The rotor centrifugal crusher is also excellent for processing slag of all kinds, thanks to its selective crushing effect. The machine separates most metal components adhering to slag without completely destroying the slag grain size.

Selective crushing is also a well-proven solution for processing granulated asphalt materials. Aggregate chippings are largely eliminated from the bitumen without destroying the grain size. A subsequent screening process yields reusable aggregate chippings as well as a recyclable mixture of sand and bitumen.

At our BHS technical center in Sonthofen, we can perform industrial tests on customer-specific materials using the RSMX rotor centrifugal crusher. In this way, we can find solutions to even the most challenging problems.

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Brochure "Rotor centrifugal crusher (RSMX)" (PDF / 3.3 MB)
Brochure "Rotor centrifugal crusher (RSMX)"

Product brochure for rotor centrifugal crusher (RSMX)

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Technical data sheet "Rotor centrifugal crusher (RSMX)" (PDF / 133 KB)
Technical data sheet "Rotor centrifugal crusher (RSMX)"

Technical data for rotor centrifugal crusher (RSMX)

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Advantages

  • Patented twin-chamber rotor
  • Rock-on-rock principle
  • Every single particle is processed
  • Cubical final product
  • Selective crushing effect
  • Easy maintenance

Applications

  • Slags & ashes
  • Asphalt
  • Glass
  • Cement clinker
  • Brick fragments

BHS recycling technical center

Link to tests at BHS technical center

Technical article

Recycling of resources in steel production

recovery
2 / 2014
April 2014
PDF (1.9 MB)
Recycling of resources in steel production

The slag formed during stainless steel production contains valuable raw materials which should preferably be fed back to the melt or intelligently reused. With a treatment plant at Outokumpu Nirosta in Krefeld/Germany ThyssenKrupp MillServices & Systems GmbH (TKMSS) has demonstrated that dry treatment of slag is significantly more economical and environmentally friendly than wet treatment. The central element of the plant technology is impact crushing.

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Impact Stresses for Selective Comminution - For processing slag, incineration ash and dross

AT MINERAL PROCESSING
5/2009
June 2009
PDF (180 KB)
Impact Stresses for Selective Comminution - For processing slag, incineration ash and dross

Metal-containing waste, e.g. slag, incineration ash and dross, are formed during the production of metals and are to be recycled as waste-derived materials. To obtain an optimal and marketable separated product from the processing of these material groups, the process parameters must be individually adjusted depending on the required final product, but series of tests conducted at the BHS test centre have shown that the above-mentioned wastederived materials can be processed in the same machine systems despite different their material properties.

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Vertical Shaft Impactors (VSI) - Crushing Machines for the Production of High-Quality Aggregates

AUFBEREITUNGS TECHNIK
45 (2004) Nr. 3
March 2004
PDF (1.8 MB)
Vertical Shaft Impactors (VSI) - Crushing Machines for the Production of High-Quality Aggregates

The BHS Rotor Centrifugal Crusher with Two-Chamber Rotor is a further step in the development of VSI crushers which offers the operators excellent crushing results together with attractive operating costs. Detailed operation characteristics are beiing described in the article.

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