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The Comparision Between Jaw Crusher and Cone Crusher

  • Date Submitted: 10/28/2013 10:39 PM
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The jaw crusher and cone rusher are the basic equipments and most widely used equipments in mining industry. They are both used as crushers for various ores. But there are differences for its use. Heavy duty machinery holds a constant fascination due to its ability to defy the impossible – the powerful stone crushers used in mining and quarrying are no exception. With the ability to crush seemingly impossible quantities of coal, aggregate, construction and demolition waste, mine ore and blasted rock, these mammoth machines come in various shapes and sizes; the most popular being the jaw crusher and the cone crusher.The cone crusher is suitable for crushing of raw materials in metallurgical, construction, road building, chemical and silicate industry, crushing medium and above medium hardness ores and rocks. Cone crusher main frame of its structure, the horizontal axis, moving cone, balance wheel, eccentric sleeve, upper crushing wall (fixed cone), under the crushing wall (fixed cone), fluid coupling, lubrication system, hydraulic system, control system composed of several parts.The jaw crusher is designed to crush rock and recycle materials. The jaw crusher is designed for long life service with high capacity. Jaw crusher is mainly composed by the fixed jaw plate and swing jaw plate, jaw plate is its main parts. High manganese steel material jaw plate have longer useful life and more capacity.Components: These grand machines are designed to reduce the size of large rocks for primary, applications in the fields of quarrying, mining, recycling, infrastructure and construction. Made up of two powerful jaws – one fixed and one moving – the machine crushes large rocks in a motion similar to that of a nutcracker. The chute through which the rocks are filtered narrows towards the base, mirroring the journey of the stones as the crushing reduces them in size.Movement: The movements of the jaw crusher are minimal as it achieves far greater crushing success using numerous...

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