Apron Feeders Apron Feeders are designed and manufactured to handle heavy, lumpy and abrasive materials. Its main function is to prevent surge loads to primary crushers, belt conveyors and other equipment. Apron Feeder consists of drive wheel device, tail wheel tension device,pan- chain device and transmission device.
Williams Patent Crusher is an industry-leading manufacturer of heavy-duty, industrial-sized Apron Pan Feeders. These pan feeders are built rugged for long-lasting performance for any job. Our Apron Pan Feeder line has a cast manganese pan deck and is made with parts from the world's most popular crawler tractors for extra heavy-duty use.
Granite Crushers The first section: Apron feeder, C6X145 Hydraulic Jaw Crusher The second section: HST315 Medium-Crushing Cone Crusher, HST315 Fine-Crushing Cone Crusher, VSI5X Impact Crusher, S5X Heavy Vibrating Screen, fine sand recycle system, sewage treatment system and belt conveyor.
Apron feeders are typically located under rail or truck receiving hoppers, storage bins, or stockpiles and withdraw the material to be discharged to belt conveyors, crushers, or other process equipment and can handle conveying inclinations of up to 28 degrees.
Materials are conveyed along the pan of the feeder as a result of the vibrating motion imparted to the particles. This vibration pre-sorts the material passing the fines to the bottom. The fines can then be pre-screened before a crusher, thus reducing the required capacity and wear. Vibrating Grizzly Feeders are smaller in size than Apron .
Osborn Apron Feeders provide reliable means of controlling the feed rate to prevent surge loads to the Primary Crusher or other plant equipment. An Apron Feeder is run at very low speeds and at a controlled feed rate as it absorbs the impact loads of the material
Metallurgical ContentApron Feeders Apron feeder capacity formula:Traylor Apron Feeder And Jaw CrusherMETSO Apron Feeder with Hagglunds Hydraulic Drive Apron Feeders must always be employed to ensure that the feed to a crushing machine is drawn at a constant rate from the bin which serves it. Of the many designs in existence by far the most widely used are the apron and pan feeders, although .