A crusher is a machine designed to reduce large rocks into smaller rocks, gravel, or rock dust.. Crushers may be used to reduce the size, or change the form, of waste materials so they can be more easily disposed of or recycled, or to reduce the size of a solid mix of raw materials (as in rock ore), so that pieces of different composition can be differentiated.
I need some advice, Mobile Jaw or Impact crusher. We recycle concrete/bricks etc for about 6 years, We ran Komatsu 380 Jaw crushers and it worked well I sold this unit 12months ago.I'm Looking to start crushing again and a few blokes have been saying mobile impact crushers are the go in stead of the jaw,I would like to buy a machine around 30 ton mark any coments.
Creighton Rock Drill Ltd. is a large range supplier of construction, drilling, Ground Engaging Tools and parts.Products include tools for hydraulic demolition and rock drilling as well as a variety of rock breakers and compactors, wear parts and teeth, cutting edges and fasteners.
Crusher-Mills: Heavy Industry Rock Crushers. At Crusher-Mills, we have a superior line of rock crushing machines available.From standard rock crushers, jaw crushers, cone crushers, stone crushers, grind mills, ball mills as well as imapct, gyratory, and roller style rock crushers.
Designed, tested and manufactured by us in Great Britain, the BAV CB range of Crusher Buckets offer an intermediate processing option, between the primary demolition tools, like the BAV Alligator Crusher attachments and large stand-alone, recycling machines like tracked, mobile crushers.
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Benefits of the AwJaw Bucket Jaw Crusher: The Awjaw allows a contractor, at an accessible price the ability to own his own crushing plant and with the addition of one of SGC Attachments screening buckets, the convienence to crush and screen on site, often directly into a truck.