Not every crusher is suitable for every application. When choosing the best crusher for aggregate applications, it is important to understand how the crusher works and its impact on efficiency, operating costs and final products. When designing aggregate processing production line plans, there are usually differences in the choice of impact and cone crusher.
Crushing & Screening
The circular vibrating screen adopts internationally mature design concepts and is suitable for various screening operations such as heavy, medium and fine screening. It is ideal equipment for processing primary and secondary crushed materials, and can also be used to screen finished materials.
The cone crusher is mainly used for secondary crushing and tertiary crushing in aggregate crushing of mines and quarries. Because of its strong crushing capacity and large output, it is more used for the crushing of medium-hard materials. The cutting-edge crusher technology has higher crushing efficiency and more convenient operation.
In the common dust removal program of crushing plants, in addition to using dust collectors for dust control, water spray devices are also installed on the vibrating screen to clean materials, clean the screen and remove dust. Today we take the circular vibrating screen as an example to see how to install a water spray device on the vibrating screen.
The series of jaw crushers produced by Rayco are widely used in mining and aggregate crushing industries. They are specially developed for crushing the hardest ores and rocks, and are mainly used as primary crushers.
Now, more and more cement companies are beginning to consider “using mine waste rocks on cement production lines to make sand and gravel aggregates to create higher profits.”
Yesterday, a friend chatted with me. He has a small-volume granite crushing production line. Considering the price factor, he gave up the cone crusher and chose the impact crusher. Since then, the wear parts have always been replaced frequently in production.