Process of Construction Waste Crusher
|14.5.2018||Posted by kuangshanposui under Nezařazené|
The Construction Waste Crusher is developed by combining the pre-breakage technology of domestic and foreign countries, and optimizing the key structure parameters. It is designated mainly for grinding of cement raw materials (limestone) and cement clinker in cement factories. Thus, a kind of ideal secondary crushing equipment is provided for technology innovation or new production line building in cement factories. Our Construction Waste Crusher mainly features low power consumption and easy maintenance. Every feature of these machines has been carefully designed to provide superior quality and performance.
The Construction Waste Crusher is also called compound crusher, compound crusher, composite crusher. The Construction Waste Crusher is developed by combining the pre-breakage technology of domestic and foreign countries, and optimizing the key structure parameters. The Construction Waste Crusher is a new type of fine crushing and rough milling product after optimizing and designing the main technical parameter and combining the crushing technologies domestic and international. Depending on the optimized design and excellent equipment characteristics, the Construction Waste Crusher is widely used to crush raw material such as clinker in cement factories, building sand, stone and metallurgical slag. The Construction Waste Crusher is used to crush materials finely with medium hardness such as limestone, flint clay, lead/zinc ore, blast furnace slag, coal gangue, and phosphate ore. The Construction Waste Crusher is also used to crush materials such as dolomite, granite, and basalt, as well as to make sand and to construct highways.
When the Construction Waste Crusher is working, raw materials are fed from the top of the Construction Waste Crusher, and fall into the rotating impeller at a high speed to be crushed. As other materials simultaneously fall around the rotating impeller, the two kinds of materials join together and are crushed by each other. The materials are crushed many times in and around the impeller of the Construction Waste Crusher, and are finally discharged from beneath the machine. Via a closed loop, controlled by screening equipment, the product achieves its required final size.