jaw crusher / stationary
Jaw crushers were one of the earliest crushing machines to be developed in the materials industry, before it began to modify functionalities and introduce new types to the market. With a simple and solid structure, reliable operation, easy maintenance and repair, and low production and construction fees, jaw crushers have long been widely used for coarse, medium and fine crushing of various kinds of ores and rocks in many industrial sectors such as metallurgy, chemistry, building material, power plant and transportation.
The Tinius Olsen Jaw Crusher is compact and of rugged construction for general laboratory use in small pilot plant operations. Two jaws of manganese steel are provided and the moveable jaw produces two blows for every revolution to reduce oversizing to a minimum.