Cone Crushers can be used to crush medium-hard and hard ores and rocks.
Type of cone crusher
Cone Crushers can be divided into short head and standard types, which are used for fine and medium crushing. The standard type is generally used for second crushing. This is because the medium-breaking slime dry 0.85 is used to determine the size of feed. Red Star Cone Crusher’s standard model is used in open circuit. The short head is used more often for closed circuit. The short head type is used for fine breaking. There are four types of cavities in the Red Star cone crusher. There are four types of cavities: extra coarse, coarse and medium. The principle of selection is to decide the feed size and size of the discharge pellets. Large feed sizes are preferred over small product sizes. Select special coarse or coarse types, and medium and fine types.
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Cone crusher manufacturers selection
Three factors should be considered when choosing a liner: power consumption, output, and wear resistance.
It should generally be done according to the following principles.
The liner’s length will determine how much power it consumes. For hard materials, choose short liners and long liners. For fine materials, use 10% long liners and short liners. It should not exceed 10%. This will increase the power consumption and cause product granularity to become flakes. An increase in moisture content can impact the material’s throughput. The material should not have a moisture content exceeding 5%. The standard cone crusher should be able to crush 75% 80% and the short-head cone crusher should crush 80% 85%. The feed size distribution is generally not affected by the open side discharge opening.
Performance characteristics of Cone Crushers
The crushing ratio is high, the product is uniform in size, the structure is simple and reliable, and maintenance is easy. Operating costs are low.
Principle of Cone Crushers
The cone crusher works by rotating the motor through the pulley, coupling, drive shaft and cone to create a swing movement about a fixed point. The cone crushing wall can sometimes be found close to the mortar wall. This allows the ore to continuously impact, squeeze, and bend in the crushing cavity.