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Crusher broken method

Crusher there are many different impact crusher, impact crusher, jaw crusher, hammer crusher, cone crusher, single-stage hammer crusher and so on, each has its own crusher use of . Different types of crusher crusher broken a direct result of different ways.

Crushed and broken ore, or using body force method is mainly the role of the role of the more common mechanical chair ah roughly five categories:
1. Hack is the use of sharp teeth broken material of the split wedge force to be broken, a concentrated force, the occurrence of partial fragmentation of brittle materials suitable for crushing.
2. Crushed face broken by the approach of the two generated extrusion, crushing of materials. Jaw crusher, roll crusher, cone crusher is the main way to crushing the broken machinery.
3. It is the use of crushed ore crushing impact. Is the moment of impact force acting on the ore. For example, crusher broken force main impact.
4. Broken as the material in the crushing face subjected to concentrated load between two points (or fulcrum) beam, the flexor surface of the material itself is broken off occurs.
5. Wear strip material on the two broken face for the relative motion, applied shear force on the material, so that the material rupture. This force is suitable for fine grinding of materials.
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