Jaw crusher working principle; Although crusher plants that can produce within the scope of different technical specifications are manufactured, they cover working mechanisms that are similar to each other.

Jaw crusher working principle is designed on the inclusion of rock and stone blocks added from the upper chamber into the existing chamber in the form of a bowl. Basalt, granite etc. For the crushing of hard and abrasive materials with high silica content, crusher plants with different volumes and crushing power are produced in the format of 60 jaw crusher, 90 jaw crusher and 140 jaw crusher.

Jaw Crusher Working Principle

Jaw Crusher Working Principle

Primary Jaw Crusher

Mobile primary jaw crushers are produced on a single chassis in the form of rock feeding hopper , jaw crusher and stock band, respectively. It can be easily taken to different construction sites on a single chassis. In this way, the transportation cost is less than the fixed jaw crushers. Primary jaw crushers; It easily shreds hard stones such as basalt, granite, dolomite and quartz and sends them to the stock area. Their structures are highly resistant to external impacts. It can make full capacity productions in construction sites for a long time. Thanks to their hydraulic systems, jaw crushers can produce without the need for manpower. Jaw opening can be adjusted by hydraulic systems and crushing can be done.

Primary jaw crushers manufactured by FABO ;

  • MJK-60 Mobile Primary Jaw Crusher
  • MJK-90 Mobile Primary Jaw Crusher
  • MJK-110 Mobile Primary Jaw Crusher
  • 60′ Mobile Screen Primary Jaw Crusher
  • 90′ Mobile Screen Primary Jaw Crusher
  • 110′ Mobile Screen Primary Jaw Crusher
  • Mobile Primary Crusher with 100 PDK
  • Mobile Primary Crusher with 150 PDK
  • Mobile Primary Crusher with 180 PDK

to companies. FABO is one of the leading companies in the sector with 18 years of knowledge and experience. You can reach us from our contact addresses to take advantage of the mobile primary jaw crushers in your work areas.

Fixed Jaw Crusher

Jaw crushers are machines used to crush hard and abrasive materials with high silica content. The crushing process is carried out by means of 2 MN alloy jaw plates, one fixed and the other movable. Thanks to their robust structures, they can produce at full capacity for many years. It is one of the most preferred crusher types in the stone and mining industry. General features of fixed jaw crushers;

  • They are machines with belt-pulley drive system.
  • Designed using special casting materials
  • Wear resistant MN plates are used
  • It has hydraulic system
  • It has a self-protection system against excessive strain
  • The exposed areas were covered with primer plates.

It is possible for us to say. Fixed jaw crushers manufactured by FABO are available in five different production capacities. Jaw crushers are generally used for basalt, granite, etc. It is used to break hard and abrasive materials with high silica content. With its very strong and robust jaw structure, it has been one of the most preferred crushers in the mining industry for many years. These models have the ability to break all kinds of materials, from soft limestone to the hardest basalt stones. These machines;

  • CLK-60 Jaw Crusher
  • CLK-90 Jaw Crusher
  • CLK-110 Jaw Crusher
  • CLK-130 Jaw Crusher
  • CLK-140 Jaw Crusher

classified as . Different technical features vary according to production capacities. You can reach us from our contact addresses to have these machines produced by FABO.

Jaw Crusher Prices

Jaw crushers may increase or decrease their prices depending on their technical features and production capacities. FABO Global continues its services in many parts of the world for more than 18 years. It carries out quality sales in many parts of the world with its jaw crushers, concrete plants and crusher types. You can determine which type of switchboard you need together with us. As FABO, you can reach us from our contact addresses for detailed information and detailed information about prices.

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