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Hammer crusher
stationary

hammer crusher
hammer crusher
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Technology
hammer
Mobility
stationary

Description

Crushers are equipment for applying mechanical impact on hard materials for the purpose of their destruction. Other name of the crushers is stone-breakers or stone-crushers. Our company produces a number of types of the crushers and in cooperation with our partners we deliver other types of the crushers that we do not produce. Our equipment can use both hard and soft rocks as raw material. Different rocks have their own characteristics, so we use different stone-breakers to disintegrate them. In some cases one type of the crusher will be enough, in other cases it will be necessary to install more complicated crushing-and- sorting lines. The necessary type of crusher(s) depends on: the size of the particles we intend to obtain; the strength of the source material; the productivity of the machine; repairability. Crushers are destined for disintegration of the material and for breaking it into smaller pieces. Depending on the size of the output material, crushers can be divided into fine crushing, medium crushing and coarse breaking units. Classification of Crushers by Their Action There are various designs of crushers that employ different modes of crushing: squashing, tearing, cutting or loosening, shock impact (hammers, beaters, bumper plates), shock impact (free stroke, stone-on- stone stroke). Classification of Crushers by Their Construction According to their construction, crushers can be divided into the following groups: Jaw crusher Cone crusher Hammer crusher Roll crusher Disk (knife) crusher Mills can be marked out separately. The most popular types of mills are: Ball mill Vibratory mill

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