Crushers

Crushers
Crushers

 

JAW CRUSHERS

Jaw crushers are primarily used for crushing minerals and rocks with a compressive strength that is not higher than 320MPa, such as limestone, sandstone, shale, gypsum, coal, and clay. The jaw crusher is used in a variety of industries, including mining, smelting, building material, highway, railway, hydraulic engineering, chemical engineering and more.

Working principle

The jaw crusher uses a crushing chamber with a nip angle. The rotation of the eccentric shaft is driven by a motor through a V-belt, thus causing the pitman to move in line with the eccentric shaft motion, thereby crushing the material in the crushing chamber, then transporting it down to be discharged.

Components display

  • Tension rod
  • Toggle plate
  • Adjusting wedges
  • Pitman
  • Moving jaw
  • Cheek plate
  • Fixed jaw
  • Front frame

IMPACT CRUSHERS

The impact crusher can crush mining ores with high hardness and high abrasiveness and break hard rocks whose compression strength reaches 250Mpa. The impact crusher is mainly used for crushing lime rock, shale, and other tough materials. It can be used with a roller feeder to form a special crushing system for crushing high hardness and abrasive materials.