Finnish company BMH Technology Oy, who specialize in turn-key solid-fuel power plants, have recently installed two BJD Hammermills at a newly built combined heat and power plant in Poland. The new mixed-fuel plant, owned by global paper and packaging producer Stora Enso, generates on-site power for the company’s Ostroleka pulp mill, in north-west Poland.
The BJD 24x20 Hammermills fulfil a primary boiler feed coal sizing duty at a combined rate of 50 tonnes/h, achieving a product size of 95% –8mm and 90% –6mm from an in-feed of up to 80mm. The crushers are constructed from heavy plate steel with heavy-duty renewable liners, and are fitted with a screen arrangement to match the duty. Mounted on a base frame, each modular package consists of a Hammermill, fully guarded drive arrangement and electric motor.
Particularly effective on friable and fibrous materials, BJD Hammermills provide high-capacity crushing with high reduction rates, and are part of a complete range of processing and recycling equipment from BJD Crushers Ltd, which includes impactors, double-roll crushers, Mud Hogs, Flexmills and Flextooth crushers.