Rockbreaker System Application
The stationary rockbreaker boom system consists of the rotating upper part of the frame or a swivel console, lift boom, arm with a hydraulic hammer attached to it. The lower part of the frame is firmly fixed to a base. Power is supplied by a hydraulic unit. The rockbreaker boom system is used to break up and crush stone, ore, slag, concrete and other materials.
When excavating and processing rock, the primary stone crusher becomes blocked by larger pieces of boulders and it is precisely the rock breaker boom system which solves the dangerous and laborious problem of clearing these boulders in the crusher. It is also used during primary crushing on frames. The relevant parameters are chosen for the rock breaker boom system depending on the given use: size and method, reaches, lifting capacity, the size of the hydraulic hammer and the output of the hydraulic unit.
Uses for primary jaw crushers and impact crushers
Lighter types of rock breaker boom systems are used for primary jaw crushers or impact crushers, with smaller hydraulic hammers capable of breaking extremely hard and abrasive large rocks. The rock breaker boom system is used to break up oversized pieces in the crusher or to free up the transport routes to the crusher.
Uses for primary gyratory crushers
Large and powerful rock breaker boom systems with large hammers constructed for continuous and heavy operation are intended for primary gyratory crushers. They are used to break up oversized pieces of crushed material or to free up caving (vaults) in the crusher.
Uses for mobile crusher
In the case of mobile crushers small rock breaker boom systems are used which are fitted directly to the structure of the mobile crusher.
Uses for crushing on grid (GRIZZLY)
For this type of crushing a rock breaker boom system with a suitably massive structure and a powerful and strong hammer which crushes the rock on a horizontal grid with defined opening sizes is used. This is primary crushing under continuous operation.