For Rock crushing, aggregate production and recycling, The Groundworx Co. is capable of satisfying the overwhelming demand for dependable, high-quality crushing equipment.
Minyu Jaw Crushers are widely recognized as one of the most successful jaws on the market today. Longer jaw dies and reduced nip angle easily produce more tonnes per hour, with no blowback
Which is Better
The short answer is both none and all are best. When it comes to determining whether one type of crusher is superior to another, context is crucial. It all boils down to your feed stock, product specs, and how much you want to crush.
Type of Crushers
Jaw crushers are typically used for primary crushing; taking your biggest feed material and crushing it to a more manageable size. Although jaw crushers can be used in a variety of processes, they thrive in aggregate. The limitation of a jaw crusher is the closed side setting, they cannot crush as small as the other crushers. Click Here to learn more about our Jaw Crushers.
Cone crushers are used to make a finished product at a fast rate. Traditionally, cone crushers have been utilized as secondary and tertiary crushing stations. Like jaw crushers, cone crushers are primarily used in aggregate operations. Click Here to learn more about our Cone Crushers.
Impact crushers are perhaps the most versatile of the crushing options. Impact crushers can accept a variety of sizes and can crush incredibly fine. Impact crushers can be used in aggregate but are best in recycling concrete and asphalt. Click Here to learn more about our Impact Crushers.