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Primary Crusher Selection & Design - 911 Metallurgist

Dec 23, 2015 · In Selecting a primary crusher you need to worry about these requirements: That crusher must be capable to reduce the size of even the lastest rocks it is fed. To secure the capacities specified, all feed to crushers should be smaller than the feed opening of the crusher …

Crushing Equipment Selection - 911 Metallurgist

Feb 28, 2016 · No particular problem exists in the matching of primary crusher and dipper size in the average gravel pit operation. The primary crusher is chosen on the basis of capacity (usually arrived at by estimating as closely as possible the percentage of boulders in the deposit), and receiving opening (as large as is consistent with the size of the operation), which may or may not involve crushing all of the …

Selecting the right crusher : Pit & Quarry

Jul 25, 2018 · Jul 25, 2018 · When selecting the crusher to best suit your operation, it’s important to understand your needs for each stage. During the primary stage, look to get material to a size your conveyors and other processing machines can handle. Some operations need further crushing in the secondary and tertiary crushing stages.

Morrison Gravel - Gravel Selection

The 1½ -¾" crushed basalt is commonly used in slightly muddy areas. In extremely muddy situations it may be necessary to start with a larger clean crushed rock (for example a 2-4" crushed basalt or 4-8" crushed basalt), then put in a smaller clean crushed rock (such as 1½-2½" crushed basalt or 1½ -¾" crushed basalt) before adding a minus.

Factors of Crusher Selection - Sand & Stone

Feb 04, 2009 · Feb 04, 2009 · The maximum feed size will determine the size of the crusher that can be selected. For instance, river or hill gravel or material with a maximum size of 300mm could be crushed in a cone, gyratory or impactor, whilst material above this size could be crushed in an impactor, jaw crusher or primary gyratory. WET OR STICKY MATERIAL


The first considerations are at what point in the process the crusher will be used, the type of material, and the output required. Use the table below as a guide. Primary Gyratory Crusher B G G Primary Jaw Crusher G B G Primary HSI Impact Crushers P P B Secondary Cone Crushers S …

Rock Crusher - Eastman Rock Crusher

Heavy mining, quarried materials, sand & gravel, recycling: Gyratory crushers: Soft to very hard: Abrasive: Dry to slightly wet, not sticky: 4/1 to 7/1: Heavy mining, quarried materials: Horizontal shaft impactors: Soft to medium hard: Slightly abrasive: Dry or wet, not sticky: 10/1 to 25/1: Quarried materials, sand & gravel, recycling: Jaw crushers: Soft to very hard: No limit预计阅读时间:7 分钟

Selection process of crusher stone and gravel,ore ...

Appearance ComparisonSource ComparisonPerformance ComparisonUse ComparisonGravel: After the rock is broken by weathering, the surface becomes quite smooth and has no edges and corners after being washed by water for a long time. Pebble is a common gravel. Crushed stone: natural rock (mostly rock) is crushed and sieved by mining machinery. The size of crushed stone is often larger than 4.75mm, and the surface is rough and angular.

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