Portable crushers can be moved at a speed of about one kilometer per hour. The portable crusher plants used in quarries and contracting can be equipped with jaw crusher, impact crusher, cone crusher, gyratory crusher etc.
Portable Rock Crusher Types
Rock can also be natural, gravel or construction waste. Rock is crushed in two or three different phases: primary, secondary and tertiary crushing. The crushing process often involves one or more phases of screening to separate the different sized varieties. Here are some popular portable rock crusher plant types.
Portable Jaw crusher
The jaw crusher is used at the beginning of the crushing process, i.e. in the primary crushing phase to crush the largest boulders. Jaw crushers can crush all types of rock, including the hardest granite, brick, concrete and asphalt.
In a jaw crusher, a moving jaw attached to an eccentric shaft compresses the rock against a stationary jaw and the pressure crushes the rock. The grain size achieved with a jaw crusher depends on the distance, or setting, of the lower part of the jaws. We provide high quality mobile jaw crusher machine for sale.
Portable Impact Crusher
Impact crushers are used to crush medium-hard rock and softer rock materials like limestone. Impact crushers can be used also to process all recycling materials. We offer a complete range of impact crushers for stationary, semi-mobile fully mobile applications in both primary and secondary crushing.
Gyratory and Cone Crushers
Gyratory and cone crushers are generally used after the jaw crusher for secondary and tertiary crushing. As such, the goal is to produce ballast or fine sand. Gyratory and cone crushers crush all types of rock but not always recycling materials. Big primary gyratory crushers are used in mines during primary crushing and in other mining and quarrying applications requiring large capacities.