CEMCO Inc.'s Compact Turbo 54 VSI Crusher Delivers Consistent, High-Quality Material Output

Mon March 20, 2017 - National Edition

CEMCO Inc.'s Compact Turbo 54 VSI Crusher
CEMCO Inc.'s Compact Turbo 54 VSI Crusher

CEMCO Inc.'s Turbo 54 VSI Crusher is an efficient, highly productive vertical shaft impact crusher capable of processing a variety of aggregate materials and industrial minerals. The Turbo 54 offers a mid-sized option powerful enough to process materials as large as 2 inches wide into a uniform, cubical, crushed, high-quality product. Fully customizable, from internal components to portable or stationary configuration, the Turbo 54 is ideal for multiple industries including aggregates, energy production, mining and recycling.

The Turbo 54 features a single-drive motor with input horsepower capabilities up to 250. The compact machine weighs 11,000 pounds and produces throughputs as high as 125 TPH.

Combining advanced internal components with the principles of centrifugal force, the Turbo 54 crusher offers efficient, economical operation. Material enters through the wear-resistant, adjustable feed tube at the top of the crusher and drops onto an impeller table or closed rotor, depending on internal configuration. Revolving at a rate of 500 to 1,850 PRM, centrifugal force directs the material from the impellor and casts it at speeds as fast as 200 FPS against a stationary, abrasive resistant anvil. The material shatters on natural impact points, resulting in uniform, cube-shaped material with minimal slivered, “slabby” product. Heavy-duty, self-aligning spherical roller bearings enable the unit to handle dynamic loads of up to 114,000 pounds.

The Turbo 54's final product size is controlled by the combination of rotor size and type, rotor speed and other configurations, all determined by each individual customer's needs. Internal configuration options can be adjusted to modify product output, depending on the customer's application and desired material.

Specifically designed for highly abrasive materials, the optional SuperChipperâ„¢ rotor and Anvil Ring combination is ideal for customers processing material such as basalt, cement clinker, glass, abrasive quarry rock and granite. Alternatively, crushers can be equipped with a Shoe Table rotor and Rockshelf anvil for medium- to low-abrasion material. Additional combination options are available, providing further customization options for various materials and customer expectations.

By producing a consistent, ideally shaped product, the Turbo 54 ensures higher production of saleable material with less waste. Not only is this more efficient and economical, it's crucial in meeting ever-changing state DOT specifications. Cubed fines provide stronger asphalt in comparison to slivered or elongated material.

The Turbo 54 has been designed for maximum uptime and longevity, with minimal maintenance requirements. The unit's upper and lower double-row, spherical-bearing pedestal system offers the longest operational life of any VSI crusher thanks to CEMCO's customized lubrication system. Designed to maintain the proper quantity of clean, cool oil on the bearings, the system reduces maintenance and repairs while increasing longevity. Furthermore, Turbo 54 VSI crushers are equipped with a hydraulic lid lifter and Camlock system to provide quick internal access for easy routine inspection and maintenance.

For added convenience, the Turbo 54 can be ordered as a truck-mounted portable unit. In addition to portability, the Turbo 54 is available with options such as a water flush system, designed for wet or sticky material, dust control systems and automation software.

CEMCO now provides VSI crushing equipment in more than 29 nations to the majority of the world's largest producers and green-friendly companies. Its complete line of VSI crushers ranges from the Turbo 35 to the Turbo 175, and is available in electric, stationary and portable options.

For more information, visit www.cemcoturbo.com.

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