High quality for cement and aggregates

The global supplier for cement and aggregates processing

As a global supplier of machines and systems for cement, aggregates and more, HAZEMAG ranks among the world’s pioneers in proven raw material crushing and processing solutions. Since its founding in 1946 with the invention of the world’s first unmatched impact crusher for cements and aggregates, the HAZEMAG name has been synonymous with engineering excellence, innovation and concrete state-of-the-art product development; backed by an extensive range of application success, fully realized throughout the aggregate and cement industries. With its all-encompassing product range, HAZEMAG provides the optimum solution: from a single machine to a complete processing plant. HAZEMAG equipment is designed with efficient function, ease of operation and safety in mind and, with an installed base exceeding 75.000 machines, HAZEMAG is uniquely positioned to provide its global customers an incomparable service. The construction industry is particularly reliant on adequate supplies of a quality-controlled, concrete and also well-graded aggregate. HAZEMAG’s expertise has been perfected for more than a century to develop innovative and new products for our customers to realize their projects. We ensure a high-quality product that is environmentally friendly with low emissions and modern.


Cement is essential to maintaining the quality of life around our world. Cements are used and enjoyed in nearly all aspects of our daily lives, residential and commercial construction, roads, highways, bridges, dams, water and sewage treatment plants, airports and tunnels. While the average person pays little attention to its benefit, cement is making a major contribution to improving the quality of life for all of us in concrete aspects. With its concrete process know-how, high quality – reliable machines and services, HAZEMAG plays an important and highly contributing role in the crushing and processing of the raw materials that ultimately result in essential products we all call cements.

For the production of cement and later mortar, first and foremost a blend of limestone and clay is used often present as a natural mix that is called marl. In addition, different additives or correction materials, such as slag sand, quartz sand, materials containing iron oxide, gypsum, schist or similar are applied to the crushed stone. The portland cement clinker is the burnt component of the cement that is responsible for curing it with water. As complex and customized is the process of making cement, so are the systems and technologies that are required. A common factor, however, always remains in place: The basic material must be crushed.

In a vertical roller mill or ball mill, the pre-crushed materials are further ground. The optimum feed grain size for each one of these mills is different; each normally requiring different pre-crushing systems for the production of the correct feed granulation. If not approached correctly, such mistakes can lead to a significant rise in the needed energy costs associated for the comminution or material pulverizing process.

An important parameter for the production of cement is the LSF (lime saturation factor). The LSF is defined as the rate of the most important chemical component, which has to be kept a constant within narrow limits. By selecting the first stage crushing plant or system the process of influencing the LSF already begins.

Control over the components, such as the limestone and clay (or marl) is indispensable. In many cases, subject to the material characteristics and percentages of each, the limestone and clay can be processed together in a single crusher. Under this condition, a certain level of homogenization is already taking place. To achieve this, the selection of the proper equipment is of vital importance and will further optimize operating costs and the final product. This is ensured by the selection of the complete system, not just a single or individual component. For example, although a compressive type crusher operates with less energy and wear, due to its lower reduction ratio and larger product size, you are faced with the need to include an expensive secondary crushing system to meet the desired product size. Alternatively, under the proper raw material conditions, the flexibility and reduction ratio realized in the primary impactor can produce and offer major advantages. The key is to find that correct and concrete solution; at HAZEMAG you will always find what you are looking for – expertise, experience, a trusting partner and the latest proven technology.

A primary pre-crushing plant normally consists of:

  • feed hopper
  • hopper discharge unit
  • prescreening stage
  • primary crusher
  • crusher discharge unit

Depending on the characteristics and size of the feed material, these components must be designed in a manner that ensures trouble free operation, reliability and extended service life. These machines must be engineered in a manner that ensures their robust or heavy-duty design, allowing them to deal with the possible entry of metallic, foreign materials such as loader teeth, etc.

The characteristics of the raw material, moisture, inclusions of clays, compressive strength and chemical makeup highly influence not only the selection of aggregates, but also and especially the type of primary crusher that will be utilized. The consideration of mobility for the primary crushing plant is mainly influenced by the raw material resources and the associated transport distances.

Aggregates such as limestone, granite and gravel are essential to maintaining the quality of life around our world. This natural resource is used and enjoyed in nearly all aspects of our daily lives: residential and commercial construction, roads, highways, bridges, airports, fertilizers, toothpaste and even cosmetics. While the average person has a limited amount of knowledge to its origin, aggregate is making a major contribution to improving the quality of life for all of us. For the building industry, HAZEMAG is producing high-quality gravel and sand that are valuable raw materials for different industrial projects.

As varied and different is the geological makeup of this natural resource, so are the systems and technology that are selected in order to meet a vast range of construction specifications and consumer

demands. However, a common factor always remains in place; the basic material must be crushed.

In simple terms, crushing can be defined as the process of changing the size and quality characteristics of the raw stone by the use of an external source, such as a crusher. The targets of crushing are rather easy to define, such as:


■ Target 1: The process of taking the raw material in its natural state and changing its size in order to meet a range of construction specifications associated with concrete, road base, asphalt chips and even finer materials utilized in paints, fertilizers and medicines.


■ Target 2: The process of changing the shape of the raw material in order to meet those construction

specifications that call for the stones to be a more cubical shape.


■ Target 3: The process of increasing the quality of the raw material, known as beneficiation or selective crushing, which enhances the raw material by the elimination of softer, unwanted materials or inclusions.


■ Target 4: The process of increasing the quality of the material, known as upgrading, which eliminates the stones natural cleavages or internal weaknesses.


In order to achieve these targets, the processing plant normally consists of a combination of crushing and screening in multiple stages: primary, secondary and at times tertiary processing. Understandably, aggregate processing systems can be complex and normally require a high investment cost. The decision-making process of selecting the correct equipment is highly important; however, individual pieces of equipment alone do not ensure the success of any project. The ability to produce the products you need at the lowest possible cost are found in the overall system design; a design that offers proven equipment / technology, flexibility, efficient operation, safety / maintenance considerations and the ability of limiting the production of unwanted materials.


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Chain Feeder | HCF

Typical application on stockpiles and transshipment sites.

Flap Gates | HPV/HGV

For your requirements, you also can take advantage of HAZEMAG’s 70 years’ experience in supplying hundreds of gate valves worldwide. Each application is carefully considered on its merits to decide which type and design of valve would be most suitable.

Rollerscreen | HRS/HVW

In recent years conventional roller screens proved more and more successfully as sturdy and effective organs for the screening of fines in the feed material of crushing plants.

Push Feeder | HPF

HAZEMAG Push Feeders HPF are the most robust discharge units for feed hoppers.

Apron Feeder | HAF

HAZEMAG apron feeders HAF are used for feed hopper discharging in primary crushing plants as a loading or discharging conveyor e.g. in the cement and raw material industry.

Rapid Dryer | HRD

The thermal drying (water vaporisation) in the rapid dryer provides for diverse application in a wide spectrum of materials.

Unirotor Vario | HUV

Hammer mills of the type HUV are are mainly used in the sectors of raw materials and the iron and steel industries for secondary and tertiary crushing of various materials.

Hammermill | HUM/HNM

Hammer mills of the type HUM and HNM are employed for the fine crushing and/or mill drying of medium-hard to soft materials.

Feeder Breaker | HFB

The HAZEMAG Feeder Breaker HFB is a complete horizontal roll crusher plant, which works according to the field-proven principle of crushing in the horizontal material flow.

Horizontal Impact Crusher | HHI

The horizontal impact crusher of the HHI series mainly consists of two machine components: the impact roll and the chain conveyor.

Rollcrusher | HRC

For the industrial beneficiation of primary and secondary raw materials, crushing procedures for the production of certain grain sizes, forms, surfaces or for the outcrop of multi-component materials play a central role.

Center Sizer | HCS

For the industrial beneficiation of primary and secondary raw materials, crushing procedures for the production of certain grain sizes, forms, surfaces or for the outcrop of multi-component materials play a central role.

Hammercrushers | HDS

Double-shaft hammer crushers are mainly used in the cement industry for the comminution of soft to medium-hard.

Compound Crusher | HPC

The Compound Crusher HPC is used as a primary crusher in the cement industry.

Tertiary Impactor | HTI

HAZEMAG HTI – the innovation for the production of crushed stone fines and high-quality stone chippings.

Primary Impactor | HPI-H

This series of primary impact crushers is used in the cement, aggregate and recycling industries.

Secondary Impactor | HSI

The HSI series has been designed for the economic secondary crushing and, depending on its configurations, processing of either soft and medium-hard or hard rocks is effected.


This series of primary impact crushers is used in the cement, aggregate and recycling industries.

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