The working part of the experimental jaw crusher is two jaws, one is the fixed jaw (fixed jaw), which is fixed vertically (or with a slight inclination at the upper end) to the front wall of the body, and the other is the movable jaw (movable jaw), which is inclined and forms a crushing chamber (working chamber) with the fixed jaw. The movable jaw moves against the fixed jaw in a cyclical reciprocating motion, sometimes separating and sometimes approaching. When separated, the material enters the crushing chamber and the finished product is discharged from the lower part; when approaching, the material is crushed by squeezing, bending and sputtering between the two jaws.
Applicable range Applicable materials: marble, limestone, kaolin, cement, phosphate rock, glass, etc. Applicable industries. Mineral, construction, chemical, fertilizer, sand and gravel quarry, transportation, concrete mixing plant, etc.