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Pulverizer drums

Discussion in 'Mills' started by bean, Mar 21, 2010.

  1. bean

    bean Well-Known Member

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    I have heard rumour that there is a "soil" drum and an "asphalt" drum for them but I have never seen or noticed any difference on the machines i have seen. However i noticed on a RS-600 there is no curb scratchers? Maby they had been burnt off?
     
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    Pulverizer drums are alot different than a typical milling drum, the most obvious differences are in the flighting. Flighting on the pulverizers I have seen have much longer shanks than the holder is welded/bolted too.

    I'll see if I can fish up some links to pages on the internet here, I've seen a few pictures from time to time.
     
  3. bean

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    here is a rs800
     

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    Keystones big easy drum for reclaimers
     

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    cmi rs 425
     

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    From the RS600 parts manual. There is 2 different cutter assemblies each with a unique part number. Whats the purpose of each? any ideas
     

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    2nd cutter assembly
     

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    Rs800
     

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