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Three Common Used Construction Waste Crusher Machinery

By sbmcrusher at Oct. 12, 2017, 3:39 a.m., 187 hits

Common used construction waste crusher machinery in mining machinery industry: construction waste crusher, cone crusher and vertical impact crusher.
The construction waste crusher can be used for coarse construction waste crusher and general construction waste crusher for various hardness materials through the squeezing and bending of two jaw materials. Their construction waste crusher bodies are composed of fixed jaw and movable jaw, so when the two jaws are close, the material will be broken, and when the two jaws apart, material less than a block will be discharged from the bottom of discharge opening. Its construction waste crusher action is carried out intermittently. The construction waste crusher has advantages of simple structure, reliable work and construction waste crusher hard materials, so it’s widely used in industrial sectors, such as mineral processing, building materials, silicate and ceramic, etc.
The work principle of cone crusher is as same as the construction waste crusher, but it’s only for general breaking or fine. The requirements of material uniformity of fine construction waste crusher and general construction waste crusher is generally higher than coarse construction waste crusher, therefore, a parallel zone shall be provided in the lower part of the construction waste crusher chamber, at the same time, we must speed up the cycle speed of cone crusher, so that the material in the parallel region can be extruded more than once.
Vertical impact crusher machine is suitable for construction waste crusher and plastic of soft or medium hard, extremely hard materials, so it’s widely used in a variety of ores, cement, refractory, aluminum, soil clinker, emery, glass raw materials, mechanism building sand, stone and various metallurgical. The impact crusher is a rebound effect of the high-speed impact of the board hammer and counter plate. Hammer plate is fixedly mounted on the high-speed rotation of the rotor.

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