Cone Crusher

Project Description:

CONE CRUSHER

Application:

♦ Replacement of existing Jaw Crusher as capacity is larger and size is compact, so modifications to the existing foundation are rarely required.

♦ Right choice for stationary surface installations at quarries, mines, gravel pits and even recycling plants.

♦ Hot choice for both crawler and wheeled type portable plants.

 

Features:

♦ Large stroke,large capacity.

♦ Excellent rigidity bearing seat assembly design.

♦ Modular; non-welded construction design. Hence it has no welding stress and thus frame has long   service life time.

♦ Superior jaw plate tighten way reduces wear.

♦ Adjustment of CSS setting is quick and safe due to fully hydraulic twin wedges setting adjustment system.

 

Specification:

Cone Crushers have become a staple of the aggregate & mining/mineral refining industry

CONE CRUSHERS ARE USED FOR SECONDARY CRUSHER IN A CRUSHING PLANT.

A Symons Cone Crusher can crush materials with middle to very high hardness, materials such as, metal ore, granite, basalt, limestone, sandstone and much more.

A Cone Crusher is one of the main types of primary crushers in a mine or ore processing plant. Cone crushers are designated in size either by the gape and mantle diameter or by the size of the receiving opening. Cone crushers can be used for primary or secondary crushing. The crushing action is caused by the closing of the gap between the mantle line (movable) mounted on the central vertical spindle and the concave liners (fixed) mounted on the main frame of the crusher. The gap is opened and closed by an eccentric on the bottom of the spindle that causes the central vertical spindle to gyrate. The vertical spindle is free to rotate around its own axis. The crusher illustrated is a short-shaft suspended spindle type, meaning that the main shaft is suspended at the top and that the eccentric is mounted above the gear. The short-shaft design has superceded the long-shaft design in which the eccentric is mounted below the gear.

A Cone Crusher is similar in operation to a gyratory crusher, with less steepness in the crushing chamber and more of a parallel zone between crushing zones. The essential difference is in the short spindle, which is not suspended, but instead supported, in a curved universal bearing located below the gyratory head or “cone”. As rock enters the top of the cone crusher, it becomes wedged and squeezed between the mantle and the bowl liner or concave. Large pieces of ore are broken once, and then fall to a lower position (because they are now smaller) where they are broken again. This process continues until the pieces are small enough to fall through the narrow opening at the bottom of the crusher.

 

GP100

 (feed opening 150mm)

Capacity (Metric ton per hour)

Setting (c.s.s.)

8 mm

10 mm

15 mm

20 mm

25 mm

30 mm

35mm

stroke 16 mm

40-50

45-55

60-70

80-90

85-95

stroke 20 mm

50-55

50-60

70-80

95-105

stroke 25 mm

55-65

75-90

105-120

GP200

(feed opening 175mm)

Capacity (Metric ton per hour)

Setting (c.s.s.)

8 mm

10 mm

15 mm

20 mm

25 mm

30 mm

35mm

stroke 18 mm

70-90

90-105

105-120

120-140

150-170

170-190

180-200

stroke 25 mm

110-130

125-150

150-170

170-190

190-210

200-230

stroke 32 mm

150-170

170-190

190-220

210-230

230-260

stroke 40 mm

200-230

220-250

230-260

GP300

(feed opening 185mm)

Capacity (Metric ton per hour)

Setting (c.s.s.)

8 mm

10 mm

15 mm

20 mm

25 mm

30 mm

35mm

stroke 25 mm

100-120

110-130

135-155

160-180

190-210

210–235

240-260

stroke 32 mm

110-130

120-150

165-195

195-225

230-260

265-295

300-330

stroke 40 mm

150-170

205-235

245-275

290-320

325-355

GP500

(feed opening 250mm)

Capacity (Metric ton per hour)

Setting (c.s.s.)

10 mm

15 mm

20 mm

25 mm

30 mm

35mm

40 mm

stroke 25 mm

140-160

160-180

190-210

240-260

270-290

310-330

350-370

stroke 32 mm

230-250

270–290

310-330

340-370

380-410

430-450

stroke 40 mm

290-310

320-340

380-410

430-460

480-510