hammer mill


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hammer mill

[′ham·ər ‚mil]
(mechanical engineering)
A type of impact mill or crusher in which materials are reduced in size by hammers revolving rapidly in a vertical plane within a steel casing. Also known as beater mill.
A grinding machine which pulverizes feed and other products by several rows of thin hammers revolving at high speed.
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Both cone mills and hammer mills have smaller footprints in processing environments where space is at a premium.
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The entire crush and separation plant is incorporated in a container in which a conveyor feeds the tubes to a hammer mill.
He said that loading shovels would often approach without him realising because of the level of noise that a hammer mill, used to crush wood, made, and he sometimes could not hear the horn.
The brown rice and the milled rice were further milled using a stone-type mill, a hammer mill, and a jet mill.
Almost two months in the making, Bugyra says negotiations with Starwood turned serious after company officials flew up to Wawa during the spring to view his hammer mill operation.
This folder-size brochure from Hammer Mill describes features of its MP series grinder, which include all-weld steel construction from 3/4 in.