There is a lot of knowledge about the Ore Milling Equipment the Internet such as the scope of its application, its working principle, and even the detailed information about its technical data. However, as a jaw crusher user, what are really needed to know is not just these technical characteristics. Users are most concerned about the quality of products and the benefits from investment in products. What the supplier really need to provide is trying to truly understand customers and supply users with what they need.
Here is the introduction to the Ore Milling Equipment from the following several aspects. We are going to share more information with the jaw crusher users. The classification of the jaw crusher: In mining, building materials and infrastructure sectors, the jaw crusher is mainly used as primary and secondary crusher. According to the width of the feed opening, it can be classified into three kinds—large, medium and small crushers. The feed opening width of the large jaw crusher is greater than 600MM, the medium-sized jaw crusher, 300-600MM, and the small crusher, less than 300MM.
The key components (moving jaw and fixed jaw) of the Ore Milling Equipment: the fixed jaw plate (fixed jaw) is fixed vertically (or the top is slightly extraversive) on the anterior machine body; the moving jaw plate (moving jaw) is extraversive, forming two crushing chambers (working chamber) with fixed plate (with the large one on the top and the small one beneath it). The moving jaw does cyclical reciprocating motion towards the fixed jaw, sometimes separate from it and sometimes coming close to it. When separating, materials goes into the crushing chamber, finished products come out from the lower part; when coming close, materials between two jaw plates will be crushed by extrusion, bending and splitting effects.