Specs about Crusher

Jaw crusher is a machine that uses two steel plates to crush rock.

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Jaw crusher is a machine that uses two steel plates to crush rock. There are two types of jaw crushers that perform the same function, but by using different parts and methods. Jaw crushers are used in quarries, construction sites and other similar applications to break down large pieces of rock. They are commonly the first step in the reduction process, breaking large rocks into smaller pieces that will be transported or further reduced. Rocks are poured into an opening and funneled between two rigid pieces of metal that are repeatedly compressed to crush the material to bits. Common jaw crusher specifications describe size and capacity.

Jaw crushers are a powerful tool for crushing stone or rock. The specifications will differ depending on what type of crusher you are using. One of the primary considerations in the construction of jaw crushers is the metal used for the crushing mechanism. It has to possess a breaking point that is considerably higher than the stone or rock it is attempting to break down.

In order for a stone crusher to work correctly, the crusher must have two primary metal pieces. One of these does't move or is ;stationary.; The other progresses inward against that piece in order to crush the stone. This allows the jaw crusher to use both ;attrition and compression; to achieve its goal. Two common varieties of crusher include deep and shallow bodied types, the former being designed for ;rock on rock; crushing

The jaw crusher operates on the principle located in a reduction ratio. In other words, there needs to be a specific balance between the space of the crushing area and the load or amount of material introduced into it. Jaw crushers demand a general specification of a 6 to 1 reduction ratio.

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