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barmac® b series™ impact crushers - metso outotec

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barmac® b series™ impact crushers - metso outotec

Barmac® vertical shaft impact (VSI) crushers were the first vertical shaft impactors in the world. The original Barmac® was developed in New Zealand over 40 years ago after which the VSI crushers have spread to thousands of crushing sites around the globe.  

The secret behind Barmac® crushers’ efficiency is the unique crushing process. While most other crushers reduce rocks by pushing them by force against metal, Barmac® crushers also utilize the rock to crush itself. 

This so called autogenous crushing action results in lower cost per ton than any other impact crushing method. Furthermore, rock-on-rock crushing has proven to produce end products that have precise and homogenous shape. 

barmac® b series™ impact crushers - metso outotec

Barmac® crushers are especially useful for producers who are after cubical end products used for example in concrete, asphalt, groundwork materials, manufactured sand, heap leaching, pre-grinding, industrial minerals, and recycling applications

Service time is drastically reduced with quick access to the rotor parts via an inspection door. The roof lifter and rotor service arm eliminate the need for an external crane in regular maintenance which simplify servicing the internal workings and speed up rotor changes

Selecting and applying a Barmac® VSI crusher correctly requires understanding the economic and application-specific factors. The desired production volumes define the optimal size of the crusher. Rock-on-rock or anvil crushing, on the other hand, results in slightly different end products than normal tertiary and quaternary compression type crushing

barmac® b series™ impact crushers - metso outotec

Barmac® VSI crushers produce cubical aggregate that performs well in concrete, asphalt and base mixtures. It can also be considered for fine crushing, particularly for abrasive materials, as it is not mechanically restricted in the same way as compression crushers are at fine settings

If applied correctly, rock-on-rock crushing offers the lowest wear cost per tonne of any impact crushing method. In most cases, Barmac® VSI crushers are applied in the last crushing phase of any crushing circuit. It is at this stage of the process where the crushing of the final products is performed, be it the production of superior shaped aggregates, manufactured sand, mill feeds, or liberation or separation of a particular mineral from its host rock

Different quarries often utilize VSI crushers since they can produce high quality cubical shaped aggregates that meet all major construction specifications. Barmac® crushers are particularly successful in producing road-base, top dressing chip, concrete and asphalt aggregates. In these applications, Barmac® VSI crushers can be operated either in open or closed circuit, depending on the types of aggregates and the specifications required

barmac® b series™ impact crushers - metso outotec

Accurate shaping capabilities and acceptance of fines make Barmac® crushers excellent for manufactured sand production. Rock-on-rock crushing ensure low operating costs, and whenever more reduction is needed, or the feed is coarse, the crusher can be equipped with metallic anvils. Barmac® crushers’ speed is adjustable, so they can also produce very fine end products if required

With features such as controlled product grading, preferential crushing, low production costs and ability to produce finely graded products, Barmac® VSI crushers can optimize the performance of most industrial mineral processing installations

For example, the diamond mines have noticed that utilizing Barmac® crushers simplifies the liberation of diamonds from gangue minerals. In addition, fine crushing cement clinker with Barmac® crushers is gaining popularity since VSI crushers have proven their ability as cost-effective pre-grinders

barmac® b series™ impact crushers - metso outotec

In mining metallic minerals, Barmac® VSI crushers with high capacity and ability to produce finely graded products such as mill feed, sinter feed or material for heap leach operations, are ideal machines that can replace high-cost, inefficient crushing and milling equipment

Barmac® VSI crushers can outperform many other equipment in recycling applications. These recycled materials can be waste aggregates or demolition waste, slags, or even glass and other waste products that can be processed and sold

Barmac® crushers are also available as mobile and portable versions, which opens up a new range of business opportunities for contractors, quarry operators, recycling and mining applications. In addition to easier mobility, portable and mobile VSI crushers have advantages such as flexible process adjustability, less material transport required, less manpower needs, and compliance with strict environmental standards

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the rise of mobile impact crushers for recycling

The mobile impact crushing plant, also known as the tracked impact crusher or recycling impactor, is recognizable mainly due to the fact that these crushers are mounted on a tracked undercarriage. Overall range of capacity for mobile impact crushers is roughly about 100 to 500 tons per hour. Today’s mobile impact crushers are especially ideal for smaller-scale recycling operations, for on-site recycling, and for tight-space urban and roadside applications. These units are transportable by trailer, simply driven off at the location of material that needs to be processed, and go to work very quickly. With their capability to produce accurately-sized, cubical-shaped end-product, mobile impact crushers work well as stand-alone plants, or they can add significant productivity to any operation, working in tandem with a jaw crusher or screen plant. 

RPN has talked with product experts and Canadian distributors representing eight of the leading global manufacturers of mobile impact crushing plants to gain a little more insight into the benefits, features and evolution of this rising star of today’s C&D, concrete and asphalt recycling industries

Adapting to a changing industryTracked impact crushing plants have evolved greatly over the last several decades as their designs have been continuously updated and as the crushing market has changed. Major trends include the introduction of electric power and hybrid systems as opposed to diesel-hydraulic drive systems, and decreases in size, weight, fuel consumption, cost-per-ton, and sound and dust generation. Today’s impact crushers are also available compliant to Tier 4 Final emissions standards, and can be equipped with or without a built-in screen as well as many options specifically geared towards creating recycled materials. They are safer, more mobile, easier to maintain and operate, and are available with sophisticated machine automation and monitoring

the rise of mobile impact crushers for recycling

“The growth in recycling of concrete and asphalt recycling industries has led to higher demand for smaller, more mobile crushers,” says John O’Neill, McCloskey International’s VP of sales. “Over the last 10 years we have improved our control panel systems to provide operators with more knowledge and information about what is going on inside their machines at all times. The units are also easier and faster to set up.”

According to Daryl Todd of B.C.-based Frontline Machinery, the Canadian dealer for Belgium-based crushing and screening plant manufacturer Keestrack, “We’re starting to see a strong movement towards turning concrete and asphalt rubble materials into higher quality recycled materials such as construction sand, washed recycled drain rock, road mulch, RAP (reclaimed asphalt pavement) and a host of other quality products with a much higher value

“The impact crusher’s ability to handle steel-reinforced concrete, along with custom options, such as plastics and wood-waste removal systems, washing systems and more, has enabled recyclers to create much higher quality end products, and crush and process materials previously deemed only waste, or too difficult to process.”“The impactor has developed over the past 20 years to become one of the most important tools used in the recycling of C&D waste,” adds Michael Brookshaw, global distribution manager for Keestrack. “The reason is the quality of the material and very cubical shape produced. The impact crusher is a first- and second-stage crusher in one unit, so you can crush a 600-mm product down to a final product for resale as recycling aggregate. 

the rise of mobile impact crushers for recycling

“Our machines are excellent in recycling asphalt, as we can slow down the rotor speed to crush the asphalt, but not the aggregate inside the asphalt, so the material can be reused in asphalt mixing plants, a huge savings on cost.” 

SBM Mineral Processing is an Austria-based manufacturer, distributed in North America by Terrafirma Equipment based out of Alberta. According to Norbert Dieplinger, SBM’s international business development manager, “Specs are getting tighter so crushers must be much more accurate than in the past. For example, a few years back you could just crush aggregate down to 0- to 3-inch material and use it for road base. Now, engineers are allowing the use of more and more recycled asphalt into their mix, instead of all-natural aggregate and crushed concrete, and not just as road base material. With impact crushers, the shape is exactly what you need, you can get down to smaller sizes and they can process building debris with rebar.”

Alexander Taubinger, Rubble Master’s managing director and VP sales, says “Cost of ownership and costs per ton are key figures for our customer base.” He adds that Rubble Master machines feature a diesel-electric drive that burns less fuel, and low maintenance costs are due to the company’s latest design and product development. “Back in the day, it was all about tons per hour. Machines were built overly strong and heavy with large, inefficient power solutions. This is second or third priority these days, since contractors have to meet other job requirements when it comes to most recycling applications.” He adds that with respect to end markets, Rubble Master has always been focused on the final product size and quality. “Lots of contractors still only think about reducing the size of material. It’s all about reusable and resalable product size and quality these days.” 

the rise of mobile impact crushers for recycling

The changing value of recovered metal, especially over the last decade, is a consideration for all recyclers and contractors managing recycled materials. For users of mobile impact crushers in the processing of concrete and C&D rubble, even with the fluctuating price of recovered steel seen over the last several years, efficient metal separation remains a key component. 

“Unfortunately, with the way things have turned as of late, scrap iron is not worth a lot. But I can tell you that having systems in place to remove it is paramount,” says Tim Harms, crushing and screening product manager, Kolberg Pioneer (a KPI-JCI & ASTEC Screens company) “If you have any metal contamination in your end product, you’ll be in trouble trying to resell that product. So it’s very important to get it removed. Ten years ago, scrap was of higher value and that was part of the equation. Now it’s just the fact that you need to get it out so that you can resell the product. Impact crushers are very good at liberating scrap iron from concrete.”Stephen Whyte, product manager, mobile product development, KPI-JCI & Astec Mobile Screens, adds that the growth of the contractor/rental market has also been key in driving the growth of all tracked crushing and screening plants. 

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