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Cone crusher MCH
stationarysand productionhigh-capacity

cone crusher
cone crusher
cone crusher
cone crusher
cone crusher
cone crusher
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Other characteristics
sand production, high-capacity, for mineral material, for building materials

Min.: 50 kg/h (110 lb/h)

Max.: 130 kg/h (287 lb/h)


Cone crushers have been used as primary, secondary and tertiary crushers for quite a long time. They are widely employed for crushing hard and abrasive materials in both the aggregate and mining industries. Designed especially for the hardest material types, cone crushers are one of the best choices for crushing river gravel, basalt and granite, along with abrasive materials in the mining industry like iron, chrome, magnesite and copper ores. The robust design and high-grade cast steel body of our cone crushers provide the strength and stability necessary for crushing extra-hard materials while ensuring low maintenance costs. VERSATILE FOR HIGHER PROFITABILITY Meka’s cone crusher is a very good example of our determination to gain customer trust in the field of crushing and screening equipment. The solid structure required for crushing very hard materials allows the operators to employ the cone crusher for a wide range of applications, crushing everything from limestone to basalt. In addition, its versatility enables our customers to keep a high profit level in changing conditions. The cone crusher’s optimised speed and improved crushing chamber design provides high productivity with less wear on parts, meaning a great savings in labour. The adjustable crushing chamber can provide the required size of material, and is able to meet a variety of customer needs.
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