Set of X-TRON.cc blow bars | 2605024

KLEEMANN MR 100 R K012 1 - 9999
Chrome steel - ceramic Hard rock; Asphalt 350 No
for 4-piece rotor 4 pcs.
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Blow bars

Genuine KLEEMANN blow bars offer more than just the correct dimensions. The materials used, alloying elements and the entire casting process are important foundations for a reliable crushing tool.

KLEEMANN impact crushers can be used for a wide range of applications. From conventional natural stone processing to the recycling of residual construction materials and mining applications, the focus is primarily on two objectives: increasing the service life of the blow bars and reducing operating costs.

Shape of the blow bars

Depending on the model series of the machines, different blow bar shapes are used. KLEEMANN offers three different shapes: X-shape, S-shape and C-shape.

The shape of the blow bars was further developed for the EVO generation of Kleemann impact crushers and is known as the C-shape.

KLEEMANN C-shape blow bars

The shape of the blow bars was further developed for the EVO generation of KLEEMANN impact crushers and is known as the C-shape. In this case, the blow bars are secured to the rotor via the lug of the blow bar. These are thicker at this point so that the clamping cross-section is strengthened in the highly stressed area. In addition, the blow bars are secured free of play so that the impact energy is optimally transferred to the rotor, which again considerably reduces the risk of breakage in the case of highly wear-resistant chrome steel blow bars.

The X-shape blow bars can be found in Kleemann’s MR 100, MR 122, MR 150 and MR 170 impact crushers.

KLEEMANN X-shape blow bars

The X-shape blow bars are fitted in KLEEMANN MR 100, MR 122, MR 150 and MR 170 impact crushers. These are pushed into the rotor from the side and affixed. In contrast to the other systems, the blow bars rest loosely in the rotor. The use of highly wear-resistant blow bars, e. g. chrome steel or chrome steel with a ceramic insert, is not recommended for these mounting variants due to the increased risk of breakage.

The S-shape blow bars installed in the Kleemann MR 130 impact crusher feature a newly developed clamping system.

KLEEMANN S-shape blow bars

The S-shape blow bars installed in the KLEEMANN MR 130 impact crusher feature a clamping system. The blow bars are connected to the rotor without any play using clamping wedges, which reduces the risk of breakage in the case of highly wear-resistant blow bars, e.g. chrome steel or chrome steel with a ceramic insert. In contrast to the X-shape blow bars, the blow bars can be mounted and dismantled from above.

* Additive is decisive (granite, quartzite, basalt).
** Application must be tested by KLEEMANN via a material sample.


The cost-effective use of the blow bars is influenced by many factors, e.g. feed material, rotor speed, moisture content, feed size, crushing ratio.

Use the diagram above to determine the ideal blow bar for your application. If this results in a selection of different blow bars, start with the most cost-effective crushing tool for your application.

1) Questions to ask yourself in order to ensure you select the right blow bars for your application:

  • What material will you be crushing (e.g. demolished concrete)?
  • How can the feed size be classified (e. g. largest grain size 600 mm)?
  • Is the material cubical or flat?
  • How abrasive is the material?

2) Determine which blow bars could be used

3) Review whether the potential blow bar is available for the crusher type


Blow bar highlights

High utilisation factor
Symmetrical design
Wells
Chamfered edge
Machined clamping surface

Due to possible technical changes, always refer to the information in the instruction manual.