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The Features of Rubber-Tyred Mobile Crushing Plant

  • Date Submitted: 06/06/2013 12:55 AM
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Mobile crusher is a simple Stone crushing plant . The most obvious advantage is movable. In other words, it is able to change stone production site at any time. There are three different specifications of Mobile crushing station : coarse crushing, medium crushing and fine crushing. As the first solution to the problems of crushing place and environment bringing to users, Mobile crusher truly provides customers with high efficient, low cost facilities. It expands to some extent concept of crushing operation.
Features of rubber-tyred mobile crushing plant
Rubber-tyred mobile crushing plant is born in accordance with the domestic market, which is especially fit for crushing construction waste. Rubber-tyred mobile crushing plant has features of flexible combination and high adaptability. Users can choose different configuration according to practical needs. Rubber-tyred mobile crushing plant can be divided into different technological processes, such as “screening after crushing”, “crushing after screening” or "crushing and screening separately".
According to actual needs, mobile crushing station can be combined as coarse--fine crushing system and coarse- medium-fine crushing system.
The biggest advantage of Hongxing mobile crusher is of good mobility, which can reduce the costs of space occupied, equipment installation, material handling, industrial electricity and manual operation. It is reasonable to believe that flexible, environment-friendly and efficient mobile crusher can not only help build our "resource-saving and environment-friendly" society, but also help a better tomorrow of the gravel aggregate production and construction waste disposal industry in China!
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