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A jaw crusher reduces large size rocks or ore by placing the rock into compression, a fixed jaw, mounted in a "v" alignment is the stationary breaking surface, while the moveable jaw plate exerts force on the rock by forcing it against the fixed jaw plate.The space at bottom of the "v", aligned jaw plate, is the crusher product size gap, or the size of the crushed product from the jaw crusher.

The big feed opening of the gp secondary is indirectly benefitting the primary crusher, a jaw crusher in this example, which can be operated with a more open closed side setting (css).A larger css gives the jaw dies significantly longer lifetime, visibly smoother feed material flow and higher productivity for the plant.

Flywheelsone piece cast flywheels in 48 or 60 diameter sizes.Hydraulic jaw adjust with shims jaw crusher settings can be easily changed with our standard hydraulic pump used to take the pressure off.This allows you to add or remove shims as needed for the correct setting.

For a short-period mobile crusher, it is necessary to consider that the overall structure is more convenient for frequent moving and can better adapt to the geographical environment.

Traced the origin of cone break, the first tapered conical spring break is broken, after years of development and technical improvements, improvements in hydraulic technology, only to cone crusher has made substantial progress in technological upgrading to improve efficiency.The new tapered conical spring break break with the old-fashioned compared to the functions involved, applications, stress appears, wear and tear, maintenance, job stability, and price and so on.

Latest upgrade in 2 series product offering rolled out with the launch of the new qs332 cone crusher.


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