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A Crushing Equipment is a machine that uses mechanical energy to break blocks of stone, concrete, or other building materials into smaller blocks of a specific grain size. They are particularly used in the mining industry to reduce the size of ore blocks and facilitate their processing. Crushers are designed to receive blocks of a maximum size. It may be necessary to go through several crushing steps to obtain the desired end product.
Crushers are classified according to the fineness with which they fragment the starting material. There are primary or secondary crushers (coarse finished products) and tertiary or quaternary crushers (fine particle finished products).
Why choose a jaw crusher?
It’s a primary crusher. The jaw crusher is a machine for crushing rocks and other hard and abrasive materials, such as granite, ores or recycled concrete, usually for industrial purposes. The crushing device consists of a fixed plate and a swing plate called jaws between which the rock is trapped and crushed. A motor and a belt transmit the movement to an eccentric shaft that drives the movable jaw by rotation. A spring returns this moving jaw to let the crushed materials gradually descend into the crusher. When the materials are small enough, they fall into the space between the crusher’s two jaws. The crusher breaks the rock into small stones that are used in particular for manufacturing concrete for construction and roads.
Stone Crushers use a rudimentary and reliable technology that does not require much maintenance or engineering knowledge. They are the most popular crushers in the world. Jaw crushers are particularly suitable when the main objective is to reduce large blocks into smaller pieces that can then be processed by other machines.
An Agitation Tank is a machine used in a tank for mixing various process media together. Media include all liquid types, gases & solids (such as salts, powders, granules etc). In summary, it works by rotating an impeller to impart energy to the media which interact and mix. The components of an agitator, in general, are the motor & gearbox, shaft & impellers selected for the duty.
What is the purpose of an agitator?
An Agitator is used for mixing different process media – liquids, gases and solids in chemical addition or Pharmaceutical Ingredients. The agitator imparts energy through mechanical mean by rotating a shaft on which there is an impeller designed specifically for the duty. This could be axial pumping, gas induction, flocculating, high viscosity products, high & low shear mixing etc. An agitator is also used in the Water Industry for adding various chemicals to bring the source water up to drinking water standards
An angle Grinding Equipment is a handheld power tool that can be used for a variety of metal fabrication jobs that include cutting, grinding, deburring, finishing and polishing. The most common types of angle grinders are powered by electricity; either corded or battery powered.
Which abrasives discs you select to use with your angle grinder depends entirely on your specific application and the material you are working with. Read on for more on this.
Flotation Machines constitute the basic equipment for useful minerals reco- very from non-ferrous ores and other raw materials by flotation. In the years 1963- 1976, the Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals developed a series of pneu-mo-mechanical flotation machines, which were marked by letters Iz. They were multi-cell, sluice-type machines of the individual cell volume ranging between m° and 30 m'- 1z-1, 1Z-3, 1Z-5, 1Z-12, IZ-30. They were widely used in the copper, zinc-lead and coal mining industries. The IZ-12 type still remains the basic coal flotation machine used in Poland. They also were widely exported, mainly to Brazil and China.