Jaw crusher can reach the crushing ratio of 4-6 and the shape of final product is even. It is widely applied to crush high hardness, mid hardness and soft rocks and ores such as slag, construction materials, marble, etc. The pressure resistance strength is under 200Mpa, that is, suitable for primary crush. Jaw crusher can be used in mining, metallurgical industry, construction, road and railway building, conversancy, chemistry, etc. Dewo machinery can provides PE Jaw Crusher, PEM Jaw Crusher, PEW European Jaw Crusher, PEM Diesel Jaw Crusher, PE Jaw Crusher Plant, PEM Diesel Jaw Crusher Plant etc.
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Major types of crushers in mineral processing – Mineral ...
The jaw crusher is a rock comminution machine used for industrial purposes since rock is the raw material of almost all mining and metallurgy industries. The term “jaw” refers to the crushing device, which uses the basic principle of a jaw, with a fixed one and a second movable jaw, the rock being squeezed in between.
Jaw Crusher In Chemical Industry - Mining & Construction ...
The PEV Jaw Crusher is widely used in many industries including mining, quarrying, construction, cement, demolition, recycling and the chemical industry. An ideal choice for all primary crushing applications with a selection of jaw plate profiles for maximum performance. Jaw Crusher | ZY mining
a powerful mobile jaw crusher - Mineral Processing
The declared aim was to develop a mobile jaw crusher not only for natural stone, but especially also for the recycling sector, with maximum performance and economy. The new jaw crusher has a transport weight of only 27 tons. This makes the JAWMAX ® 200 one of the lightweights in the compact class.
Jaw Crusher Working Principle - Mineral Processing & Metallurgy
The crusher is easy to adjust, and, in common with most machines of the jaw type, is a simple crusher to maintain. As rock particles are compressed between the inclined faces of the mantle and concaves there is a tendency for them to slip upward. Slippage occurs in all crushers, even in ideal conditions.
How Does a Jaw Crusher Work | Jaw Crusher | Kemper Equipment
All jaw crushers reduce large sized rocks, ore, or other material by a compression action. A fixed jaw, mounted in a V-shaped alignment, is the stationary breaking surface, while a movable, “swing” jaw exerts force on the feed material by pushing it against the stationary plate.