Crushing & Screening

Types of Stone Crushers and How to Select Crushing Equipments

A crusher is a machine used to crush stones in quarry aggregate production, mining operations and construction waste recycling applications. Different applications and materials require different types of crushers. In this article, I will share the different types and uses of stone crushers to help you choose the right crushing equipment for your application.

Difference Between Standard and Short Head Cone Crusher

Cone crusher can crush hard, medium hard and many types of materials, mainly used for medium and fine crushing of materials. Therefore, the product particle size is more uniform. The crushing cavity of the cone crusher has different design types, each of which is most suitable for a specific application range and material. It can be divided into standard head components and short head components.

Common Faults and Solutions of Cone Crusher

Cone crusher is the most common secondary and tertiary crushing equipment. It has high production efficiency and uniform product size. However, in harsh environments, cone crushers will also encounter various problems when working. This article shares common faults and solutions of cone crushers.

Impact Crusher vs. Jaw crusher, Which One Should I Choose

In mining and quarry crushing applications, the size, hardness and output of the raw materials determine the type and model of the crusher. In aggregate processing equipment, the most common crushing equipment is jaw crusher and impact crusher. What is the difference between these two types of crushing equipment?

What Is Impact Crusher|Working Principle, Parts And Types

The impact crusher is a highly efficient coarse, medium and fine crusher for medium-hard and softer rocks. It is mainly used in industries such as quarry aggregate crushing, mining and construction waste recycling. Its high-efficiency crushing and humanized design adapts to various crushing conditions and can meet investors’ needs for high yield, low cost, energy saving and consumption reduction.