A gyratory crusher includes a solid cone set on a revolving shaft and placed within a hollow body, which has conical or vertical sloping sides. Material is crushed when the crushing surfaces approach each other and the crushed products fall through the discharging opening.
A crusher is a machine designed to reduce the size of Run of Mine (ROM) large rocks to smaller rocks, gravel, sand, or rock dust; this is essential for efficient transport of the ore via conveyors etc. Crushing is the first of many stages that lead to separation of the ore from the waste ( gangue) material.
FL has been chosen to provide two gyratory crushers and three apron feeders to a copper and gold mine in the Antofagasta Region of northern Chile. The order, which comes after two years of close, preparatory work with the customer, comprises two 1400 x 2100 TSU Gyratory Crushers and three Apron Feeders of varying sizes.
Descriptions of secondary and tertiary cone crushers that usually follow gyratory crushers are also given in detail. The practical method of operation of each type of gyratory crusher is indicated and the various methods of computing operating variables such as speed of gyration, capacities and power consumption given are prescribed by ...
How do a gyratory crusher work? A gyratory crusher is similar in basic concept to a jaw crusher, consisting of a concave surface and a conical head with both the surfaces are typically lined with manganese steel liners. The inner cone has a slight circular movement, but it does not rotate. The movement is generated by an eccentric arrangement.
The vertical spindle is free to rotate around its own axis. The material travels downward between the two surfaces being progressively crushed until it is small enough to fall out through the gap between the two surfaces. A gyratory crusher is used both for primary or secondary crushing.
The common primary crushers are of jaw and gyratory types. The jaw crusher reduces the size of large rocks by dropping them into a "V"-shaped mouth at the top of the crusher chamber. This is created between one fixed rigid jaw and a pivoting swing jaw set at acute angles to each other.
Jaw gyratory crushers – design and operating principle Technical data The main characteristic of jaw gyratory crushers is their enlarged feed opening which is located on one side of the crusher only. It is normally serrated and, to- gether with the upper part of the mantle, it forms the initial crushing zone. The
The primary gyratory crusher breaks the material by feeding mouth into the two rollers between the extrusion crushing, finished materials naturally fall. In case of too hard or can not be broken, the roller crusher by hydraulic cylinder or the role of the spring can automatically retreat.
The core of the Superior™ MKIII 42-65 primary gyratory crusher is the robust design. Resistant U-shaped arched spider, durable manganese bronze spider bushing, new shell separators and inspection ports, as well as hardy one-piece main shaft makes Superior™ MKIII primary gyratory crushers efficient and lasting, but easy to maintain when needed.
1. Double-chamber gyratory crusher is a crusher machine that continues working with a double-chamber. The crusher equipment changes the discontinuous working mode of single chamber of jaw crusher. 2. The characterize is that producing more fine products under the condition of larger discharge port. Under the premise of ensuring fine products ...
Cone crushers use a spinning cone that gyrates in the bowl in an eccentric motion to crush the rock between the cone surface, referred to as the mantle, and the crusher bowl liner. Gyratory crushers are very similar to cone crushers, but have a steeper cone slope and a concave bowl surface.
Detail descriptions of designs are given of large gyratory crushers that are used as primary crushers to reduce the size of large run-of-mine ore pieces to acceptable sizes. Descriptions of secondary and tertiary cone crushers that usually follow gyratory crushers are also given in detail.
In order to optimize the design and to improve the availability of gyratory crushers, it is necessary to calculate their power and torque accurately. The discrete element method (DEM) has been...
The Gyratory Crusher "NT" incorporates all of the TC's heavy-duty design features (Heavy Cast-Steel Shell Sections, Forged Main Shaft and Countershaft, Robust Gearing, Generous Lubrication, Long-Life Bronze Components) and focuses on coupling these historical characteristics with updated maintenance-friendly features.
A Gyratory crusher not only affords a maximum capacity-to-size ratio, but provides the variable factors which facilitate increasing or decreasing capacity as the need arises. Flexibility in a Gyratory crusher also permits compensation for wear and assures product uniformity. SPEED ADJUSTABLE TO CAPACITY DEMANDS
The Gyratory Crusher TS is distinguished from other gyratory crushers by its revolutionary design which allows you to easily and safely perform major service and maintenance functions. It is designed so that you can easily access and remove the eccentric assembly, bushings and hydraulic piston through the top of the crusher, hence the name ...