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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Mantle And Concave Cone Crusher Wear Parts Line ...
Mantle, Wear Liner, Casting Parts manufacturer / supplier in China, offering Suit Sandvik CH430 Cone Crusher Castings Manganese Mantle Wear Liner, Stone Crusher Jaw Crusher Wear Plate Jaw Plate Suit Nordberg C110 Spare Parts, Mn18cr2 Manganese Steel Mantle and Concave Castings Suit Nordberg HP200 Cone Crusher Spare Wear Parts and so on.
Jaw Crusher Mantle Line - Image Results
Our proprietary CME™ crusher liners, designed for use with our LockLift™ and Safe-T Lift™ mantle lifting systems, offer customers the optimal manganese steel grade for the job, while providing customers with the safest means available to remove and replace crusher liners.
Crusher - Wikipedia
While the Secondary and the Tertiary crusher’s travels between 500-600 R.P.M. This difference in the speed results in a HAMMERING type crushing action over the SQUEEZING type employed by the primary. The other most noticeable change is the crushing action of the mantle. In the Gyratory all the movement is in the bottom of the crusher mantle. This is due to the angle that the main shaft is on.
Gyratory Crusher & Cone Crusher Mantle Differences
Contact L.S.W. Wear Parts Ltd. for pricing and information.. Jaw Crusher Wear Parts. ESCO replacement crusher jaws are designed to last longer and crush more efficiently, while reducing wear and tear on the crusher and producing better quality rock more consistently than original equipment jaws.