Yield - Limator Impact Crusher
Charging of the Limator Impact Crusher with solid substrates can be directly effected with any conveying equipment like e.g. feed screw, floor conveyor or conveyor belt. For charging with grippers or loaders an intermediate hopper with adequate discharge is required.From the input at the top of the UMATOR, the substrate is directed to the crusher bin of the machine. The substrate falls on the quickly rotating multi-element bracket to which the movable crusher plates with crusher tools are attached. In addition to that two rows of crusher tools at the head of the multi-element bracket on top of each other effect an Initial pulping of substrates.
The substrates charged are broken up by the movable crusher plates and the crusher tools, as well as the momentum of the rotating substrates. Optionally available and variable mountable crusher tools or different coatings of the crusher bin ensure sufficient pulping even for substrates that are difficult to break up. This impact crusher system accomplishes gentle, yet maximum possible break-up of substrates and therefore a high gas yield.A special feature of the LIMATOR crusher tool is the movably fitted crusher plates. If rocks, parts of harvest machinery or other extraneous materials are charged, these crusher plates swing back and prevent major damage to the machine.The LIMATOR can be operated continuously or in batch processing mode. The discharge of the material is effected by time-controlled opening of the discharge slider in batch processing, or by the open, variably adjustable discharge slider in continuous operation. When processing solid substrates with the UMATOR, including expired food and slaughterhouse waste, liquid and soft substrates like semi-liquid manure can be charged separately.The LIMATOR can optionally also be fitted with a double-wall crusher bin. That way, substrates can easily be pre-heated or cooled. To achieve that, the LIMATOR is operated at very low rotation speed in batch processing mode for a while -that way warming up and cooling occurs, but no pulping of substrates yet.The pulped substrate is fed to the fermentation tank by means of a discharge conveyor or feed screw, or directly handed over to the hopper of the entry pump.
- Renewable Resources and Bio-Energy Crops
- Maize- and Grass-Silage *
- Roots and Bulbs
- Green Waste and Feed Remains
- Straw und Foliage
- Landscaping Material
- Manure from Livestock Farming
- Expired Food
- Slaughterhouse Waste
- Liquid Manure and Chicken Droppings