FlexHammer™  Mobile

IQR’s mobile crushers are developed based on our customers needs and they are well know for it’s unbeaten capacity and flexibility. Our machines are engineered to ensure that you get a very good return on your investment with a long service life and the lowest running costs in the business.

Two models of FlexHammer™ mobile

The FH1500 unit combines the best of two worlds. The performance and capacity of a big mill, yet still compact in size for convinient
road transportation. The FH1800 Mobile Unit is a well known all purpose, heavy duty, high capacity hammermill of industrial quality standard. See data here.

Typical feed materials

– Wood waste demolition timber, railway sleepers, treetops and branches, bark, offcuts from industries etc.
– Household waste.
– Industrial waste of different kinds.
– Commercial waste, packing materials.

Particle size of finished products:

The hammermill’s design allows for a large variety of
the finished products’ particle size. Typical finished
products are e.g. between 0–50 mm and 0–500 mm.

Uncrushable objects

The hammermill has a mechanical safety device in form of a reject door which opens in case of pressure from uncrushable objects. See clips below.

rejektlucka

FlexRejectDoor™

This is a safety device which prtects the mill from damage and stoppages if any uncrushable material is fed in by mistake.

View and download the FH1800 Mobile PDF folder

Data

Road dimensions: 12,16 x 2,55 x 4,20 m. Allowed for 80 km/h in Sweden. Ready for production within 30 minutes after transportation.
Total weight: 30 tons.
Chassis: Frame with 2″ king pin. 3 axles at c/c 1.350 mm. 6 single wheels 385/65 R 22,5. Air
suspension. Hydraulic supports at front end.
Foldable walkways.
Feeding: Apron feeder and feed roller.
Hammermill: FlexHammer™ 1500.
Discharge conveyor: c/c 13 m x 1.200 mm. Hydraulic drive and folding.
Magnet: Overband and drive pulley magnet on discharge conveyor.
Automatic
Fire extinguisher:
Included.
Engine: 600 hp. Scania engine.
Fuel tanks: Two tanks, totally approx. 1.500 l.
Transmission: V-belt drive of hammermill over hydraulic coupling. Hydraulic drive of other components.
Electrical: System for engine and other functions including warning signals, stop buttons, engine start, control box and remote control.
PLC: Optional Dial-up service function. Numerous optional control settings.
Options: Hydraulic hammer shaft extractor. Bigger engine. Capacities: Type of feed materials, feeding methods, finished products’ particle size etc. influence
to the final capacity. 70–150 m³/h corresponding to 20–35 tons/h is a normal production of wood chips from demolition timber. Above 60
tons/h possible under excellent conditions.
Road Dimensions: 12,3 x 2,85 x 3,97 m. Allowed for 80 km/h in Sweden. Ready for production within 30 minutes after transportation.
Total weight: 45 tons.
Chassis: Frame with 2″ king pin. 3 axles at c/c 1810 mm, 3rd with steering. 6 single wheels 425/65 R 22,5. Air suspension with lifting and lowering functions. Hydraulic supports at front end. Foldable walkways.
Feeding: Apron feeder and feed roller.
Hammermill: FH1800. Weight 12 tons incl. rotor 4,4 tons. Rotor ø1200 mm with 4 hammershafts. 48 hammers as standard. Hydraulically openable. Feed width 1800 mm.
Discharge conveyor: c/c 14 m x 1200 mm. Hydraulic drive and folding.
Magnet: Overband magnet on discharge conveyor
Engine: Caterpillar 3412E, V12, 750 hp emissions certified (Tier 1) or 840 hp.
Fuel tanks: Two tanks, totally approx. 3.000 l.
Transmission: V-belt drive of hammermill over hydraulic coupling. Hydraulic drive of other components.
Electrical: System for engine and other functions including warning signals, stop buttons, engine start, control box and remote control.
Options: Fire sprinklers, hydraulic hammershaft extractor and drive pulley magnet on discharge conveyor. 840 hp engine (not emissions certified).
Capacities: Conditions of feed materials, feeding methods, finished products’ particle size etc.
influence to the final capacity. 100–200 m3/h corresponding to 30–50 tons/h is a normal production of wood chips from demolition timber. Above 100 tons/h possible and recorded during excellent

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