The Groundworx Co. is capable of satisfying the overwhelming demand for dependable, high-quality crushing equipment.
If you’ve worked in the rock, sand, gravel, or mineral processing industries, you’re familiar with the various types and designs of crushing equipment. The type of crusher you’ll need is determined by the jobsite, the product you’re creating, and the amount of material you’ll need to generate.
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. Although all cone crushers use compression to crush material, there are many internal differences models.
To reduce costs as well as time, the liners are changed without having to use any backing materials. Our latest high-speed cones, the SC300 and SC400, are already proving successful at achieving high production at very competitive rates. Our SC Series liner change also requires no backing and uses a unique twist-lock system.
All cones come standard with hydraulic clearing, hydraulic adjust, high temperature and low-pressure oil flow shutdowns. Cones can be mounted onto tracks, chassis, or screener-feeder plants to accommodate any site requirement.
New Telsmith Cone on Chassis
Telsmith Cone Crusher
Telsmith Cone Crusher On In-Out Chassis
Telsmith Jaw-Cone All-In-One Plant
Telsmith 44SBS Cone Crusher
Minyu 45 Track Cone Crusher
With over a century of growth and success behind them, Telsmith today continues to develop and manufacture world-class rock crushing and screening equipment. The Telsmith line of cone crushers delivers superior quality performance, outstanding serviceability, and exceptional customer support. Telsmith is, and always has been, focused on providing long term solutions for the challenges facing today’s aggretate producers.
Every Telsmith product delivers significant advantages and profitability to our customers.
Which Type of Crusher is Better?
When it comes to determining whether one type of crusher is superior to another, context is crucial. It all boils down to your manufacturing requirements and objectives.
While jaw crushers are still a good choice for primary crushing in many operations, modern cone crushers are progressively taking their position due to their adaptability. Both cone crushers and jaw crushers use compression to reduce materials by compressing them until they shatter. Cone crushers have an advantage over jaw crushers in that they can produce a more cubical product, like impact crushers. Traditionally, cone crushers have been utilized as secondary and tertiary crushing stations.
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
What are the most suitable crushers for my needs?
Crushers may be customized to help you extract material, break it down into usable product, and deliver it to market in the most cost-effective and efficient way possible. Working with a skilled material handling solutions partner is the best method to discover the perfect crushers for your specific operation. Reach out to The Groundworx Co. today and talk to us about your crushing needs.