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Vertical Shaft Impactor (VSI)

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Vertical Shaft Impactor (VSI)

RD ROR (Rock-On-Rock) series of vertical shaft impact crusher do rock crushing by transforms low grade, flaky and elongated material into premium aggregate products, all at low wear and operating costs. These VSI are not only used in extremely hard material, but also used in very different material properties of the artificial sand, pre-grinding of cement, mining, refractories and other industries, such as granite, basalt, limestone quartz stone, genesis, cement clinker, concrete aggregates, ceramic raw materials, iron ore, gold, copper, corundum, bauxite, silica, etc.

The high velocity impact crushing in VSI improves the soundness and shape of the finish product, reducing product moisture and easing the screening while producing superior products at a minimum cost.



  • High Reliability & Convenient Installation, Use And Maintenance.
  • Extensive Range Of Model Suitable For Crushing And Shaping Of Different Materials.
  • Ability To Control Product Grading, Maximizing Or Minimizing Fines Production.
  • Perfectly Economical & Less Cost Of Running And Maintenance.
  • Producing A Product Of Superior Cubical Shape.
  • Longer Wear Life Of Consumable Component.
  • Quick And Easy Installation.
  • Adaptable And Versatile.

The RD I-Series VSI crusher is offered in a wide range of sizes to cover all application requirements. The data provided in the table above shows the approximate application details. All details are subject to change without notice. For precise application and installation details contact our RD Mining Equipment Pvt. Ltd. Office.


  • The output in TPH indicated above is based on average hard dry quartz weighing. At least 1.6 ton/m3 when crushed and on continuous feed of graded sizes with fines removed.
  • Capacities may vary by 25 % depending on type of rock, gradation and method of feeding.
  • Where no capacity rating is given in the table, it is generally not economical to operate at such a setting.