What is Jaw Crusher?

Jaw crusher are essential equipment in mine and ore processing plants to crush rocks. In this essay, the working principles of a jaw crusher will be presented. 
Jaw crushers are mainly the primary stage of material reduction in aggregate processing plants. As a compression type crusher, jaw crusher is comprised of a V-type two casting plates. One is a fixed jaw and the other is a moving jaw. The material enters from the jaw inlet. Accordingly, Jaws crush the materials through the reciprocating movement of the movable jaw. It compresses input materials between itself and fixed jaw with the help of eccentric shaft. Later, you may get the crushed material in the desired size. The fixed jaw is the breaking surface. So, the movable jaw applies force on the material by compressing it against the stationary plate. The materials are chewed between the jaws until it is small enough to pass through the gap at the bottom of the crusher. Finally, the material discharges through the jaw outlet or gap. 

Evortle Jaw Crushers

The sizes and capacities of the jaw crushers may vary. The size of a jaw crusher is measured by the top opening of it. A 800 x 500 mm jaw crusher means: 800 mm from one jaw to another and 500 mm across the width of the two crushers. The capacity is the mass or volume of crushed material produced in unit time.
The adjustable jaw outlet gives the user freedom to choose the product size made by the crusher. In Evortle Jaw Crushers, the jaw outlet can be adjusted between 20 – 100 mm hydraulically. Jaw castings are made of high-quality hard manganese-high carbon steel. So, they sustain for a long life under high working levels. All parts in Evortle Jaw Crushers can also be replaced if they completely wear out. If you require further information on crushers, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Evortle.



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