Cone Crusher is a crushing machine designed considering the secondary stage crushability for materials such as rock, mineral, ROM and building rubble. Cone crusher design focuses on compression type crushing with feed of material being received from the top in crushing chamber that consist of concave and mantle made up of high manganese alloy.
A secondary cone crusher should be matched to a drive motor designed and specified for high load crushing duty. The motor specifications for top performing cone crushers are with a 1.15 Service Factor and a 200% breakdown torque. These specifications enable the crusher to operate for short periods of time at or above name plate motor power.
CONE CRUSHER. Cone crushers are similar to gyratory crushers in that they have a mantle that rotates within a bowl, but the chamber is not as steep. They are compression crushers that generally provide reduction ratios of 6 to 1 to 4 to 1. Cone crushers are used in secondary, tertiary and quaternary stages.
This one involves both SECONDARY and TERTIARY crushing. This circuit is employed where either the tonnage or the work index of the ore is high enough to require that the crushing be done in stages. Again the ore will come from a Primary crusher and be scalped. The coarse material will be crushed by the secondary crusher.
Impact Crusher. Impact crushers in Ethiopia are used to crush medium hard rock and softer rock materials like limestone. Impact crushers can be used also to process all recycling materials. Cone Crushers. Cone crushers are generally used after the jaw crusher for secondary and tertiary crushing. It is to produce ballast or fine sand.
The cone crusher39;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. Cone Crusher Tehnical Specification Brochure