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Hammer Mill

Hammer Mill


For milling dried cassava chips into flour

  Item Specification  
  Energy Source   Electricity/Diesel
  Power Drive   15-20 HP motor / 8-12 HP Diesel Engine
  Capacity/Type of Materials Used
 (MS or SS)
  100-250 kg/hr SS
  Size of Equipment (L x W x H)  

 Major Components

  • Hopper
  • Outlet
  • Stand
  • Sieve
  • Hammer
  • Motor

Routine Maintenance

  1. Place a receptacle/container at the outlet chute of the mill to receive the flour
  2. Check sieve for tear or holes
  3. Start engine/electric motor and allow to achieve operating speed
  4. Pour feed into hopper,
  5. Stop engine/electric motor when milling is complete

Periodic Maintenence

  1. Check belt(s) for wear. Replace worn, weak and torn belt(s).
  2. Check milling screen. Replace worn and damaged screen. Use only fine milling screen according to the required micron specification.
  3. Check Hammers for wear and replace when necessary.
  4. Check foundation bolts for looseness and tighten if necessary.
  5. Check all bolts and nuts on the machine especially those securing the hammers for looseness and tighten accordingly.


04 July 2016


Hammer Mill


Equipment Fabrication

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