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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Gyratory Crusher Mantles - Columbia Steel Casting Co., Inc.
Depending on application, we’ll recommend our R57, L68, L78, or L88 manganese steel for your gyratory mantle. Sequential use of various diameter mantles Heavier concaves made of longer lasting alloys mean concaves may last the life of two, three, or even four mantles. To ensure proper product sizing, Columbia Steel offers various mantle ...
CSP Gyratory Crusher Wear Parts | Cast Steel Products
Cast Steel Products Gyratory Crusher Wear Parts Using our proprietary manganese steel alloy CSP Gyratory Crusher wear parts are continually improved with upgrades and developments. Our CSP Gyratory Crusher wear parts deliver best in class safety, reduced maintenance, and longer uptime.
2. GYRATORY CRUSHERS
Frames or Shells. The crusher frames or shells of large gyratory crushers are made of cast steel. The original crushers used cast iron frames, a few of which are still used in the smaller crusher sizes. These frames are made in two or more shells depending on the size of the crusher. Available transportation clearances determine the max-
Gyratory Crushers - Mineral Processing & Metallurgy
Essentially, the gyratory crusher consists of a heavy cast-iron, or steel, frame which includes in its lower part an actuating mechanism (eccentric and driving gears), and in its upper part a cone-shaped crushing chamber, lined with wear-resisting plates (concaves).