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4 types of stone crushers' maintenance and efficient improvement | fote machinery

4 types of stone crushers' maintenance and efficient improvement | fote machinery

There are different types of stone crushers in mining industry such as jaw crusher, cone crusher, impact crusher, and sand making machine. This article will tell you how to maintain the 4 types of rock crushers and how to efficicently improve their performance.

Many stone crusher operators have a common coception that is "don't-fix-it-if-it-isn't-broke". They may want to save cost at the begining while the consequence is that they have to spend more money on repair and face interuption on production. That's why I always say that preventive and predictive is very important for all types of stone crusher.

Preventive means that by making regular checklist and inspections to keep crushers in good condition. Maintenance checklist is usually set up on a daily (8 hours), weekly (40 hours), monthly (200 hours), yearly (2,000 hours). Only doing that, can you prolong the machine's life span and maximize its value in crushing process.

Predictive refers to mornitoring the condition of crusher when it is running. By some maintenance tools such as lubricating oil temperature sensors, lubricating oil filter condition indicator, you can timely draw the machine data so that making a comparison between the real situation and normal state. Predictive can help you find problem early then timely removing thers issues before demage occuring.

Ractive means that even if your crushers have got problems, as long as you adopt correct solutions to respond, you still can get your machine back to normal. Next, I'll introduce important skills to maintain your equipment.

The cone crusher in the secondary or tertiary crushing proccess often fractures medium-hard or hard rocks like pebble, quartz, granite, etc. It is easy to get premature crusher failure, if operators cannot make a correct and timely inspection and maintenance.

Mantle in moveable cone and concave is fixed cone. Due to directly contacting with rock materials, the two wear parts need frequent maintenance and protection. So operators have to know the preparations and maintaining skills.

The working principle of impact crusher is that the spinning rotor under the driving of the motor can genetate strong impact force which make blow bars crush stone material into small pieces. Then the crushed material would be thrown by hammers towards, which makes another crushing process "stone to stone".

The sand making machine is also known as the vertical shaft impact crusher. Its working mode is that the material falls vertically from the upper part of the machine into the high-speed rotating impeller. The impeller is one of the important parts of the sand making machine, and it is also the most vulnerable part.

After the materials collide with each other, they will be pulverized and smashed between the impeller for multiple times and discharged from the lower part. The materials crushed by the device have an excellent particle size and are suitable for aggregate shaping, artificial sand making and highway construction.

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how much crushed stone do you need? a sure-fire formula

how much crushed stone do you need? a sure-fire formula

So you are planning this great DIY project for the summer that will spruce up your yard considerably. You are quite excited, but there is just one problem: It requires crushed stone, and you have no clue how to calculate how much you will need.Crushed stone is a material that is typically used as a base or underlayment, upon which the stuff that actually shows -- for example, the concrete of a patio -- will rest. Guessing is rarely a good solution to such dilemmas when undertaking a big project, so let's look ata (relatively) simple way to figure out the correct amount.

The word, "relatively" is used because a formula is involved. And many of us, as soon as we hear the word, "formula," start quivering with fear. "What, math? Hey, I didn't sign up for this. I just want to do a DIY project. What sadist decided to make math part of it?" This is understandable, so some reassurance is called for. When the formula is actually provided for you (as opposed to your having to think up the formula, yourself), it is really pretty easy to use. All you have to do is plug in some numbers. So take a deep breath and let's get started:

In the construction world, most materials are measured in cubic yards. Multiply the length (L), in feet, by the width (W), in feet, by theheight (H), in feet,and divide by 27. This will tell you how many cubic yards of crushed stone you need.

As an example, let's say your DIY project is a patio, and it calls for the use of crushed stone as a base. If your patio is 20 feet long and 10 feet wide, and you need6 inches of crushed stone for the base, you would plug those numbers into formula, like this:

If your number comes out as a fraction -- and it probably will -- round up. In the example above, you would round the 3.7 cubic yards of crushed stone to 4 cubic yards of crushed stone. It is better to have a little extra than to run short.

Crushed stone is produced by passing stones through a crushing machine at a quarry. Various types of stone are used in this operation, such asgranite and limestone. At the bottom of the crushing machine lies a screen that traps the the crushed stone product (the finer material that passes through the screen is also kept and sold -- as stone dust).

Above, mention was made of using crush stone as a base for various DIY projects, such as those that would involve pouring a concrete slab. But this material has a wide range of applications in the landscape. While it often serves as a base for something else (in which cases no one actually sees it once the project is complete), this is not always the case.

crushing products size and shape -what to expect

crushing products size and shape -what to expect

I have madea number of general remarks regarding the character of product delivered by crushers of various types, and under different conditions of operation. Generalities are of value only if we have some standard to which comparisons may be referred; therefore, we should like to present more specific information on the kind of product to be expected from crushing equipment under average operating conditions. Much of the data on which sizing/designcurves and tables are based comes from operations involving those two very important types: gyratory and jaw crushers; therefore these curves and tables are more nearly representative of the work of these types than of rolls or hammermills. They may be used for these latter types however if due allowance is made for peculiarities of each type, as pointed out in the descriptions of the different machines.

The preparation of a set of product gradation curves involves a considerable amount of work in the collection of the necessary test data, and a certain degree of discrimination in sorting such data and weeding out erroneous results. There are several reasons why no set of product gradation curves can be regarded as more than reasonably close approximations. First among these is the variation in physical structure of the many materials for which crushers are used; rocks exhibit a high degree of rugged individualism in their reaction to crushing. This variation is frequently quite pronounced between different ledges in the same quarry.

Gradation of the crusher feed also has its effect upon the product analysis. This is true even of screened feed, although deviations from the average are not likely to be so wide as they are for unscreened material, such as quarry-run or mine-run rock. We have commented on other variable factors, such as choke versus regulated feed, straight versus curved concaves, and so forth.

Fortunately, most materials do follow a certain definite gradation pattern and, by averaging a large number of test results, it is possible to plot a group of curves which can be classed as fairly close approximations. Even though approximate, these curves are of great value in crushing-plant design, or in the solution of problems concerning additions or alterations in the plant flowsheet. They simplify the problem of selecting secondary and tertiary crushers, as well as elevating and conveying equipment, and they are invaluable in the calculation of screen sizes. In short, they eliminate much of the old-time guess work in the preparation of the plant flowsheet.

Gyratory and jaw crushers are always rated at certain open-side or close-side discharge settings. In order that we may select the particular curve, of a group of curves, which will most nearly represent the product of a crusher having any given discharge setting, it is important to know approximately what percentage of the total output will pass a screen opening of equal dimension. It was universal practice in past years to designate such screen openings as ring-size for the very logical reason that the leading screen of that day, the revolving type, was, almost without exception, fitted with sections having round holes. Now that the vibrating screen, with its wire cloth or square-punched steel plate sections, has pre-empted the field there is no longer any excuse for adhering to the ring-size product designation.Above is alist of the approximate percentages of product passing a square opening test sieve whose holes are equal to the discharge setting of the crusher. Several different conditions are tabulated, and each condition is accompanied by estimates for four different classes of material.

In gravel pit operations it will usually be found that some one of these listed base rocks will predominate, and no great error will be introduced if this predominant rock is used as the basis for product calculations. Most base rocks will be close enough in physical structure to one of the listed varieties so that the percentages can be used for them without serious error. The same statement applies to the product gradation curves to be discussed. It must be remembered that the entire process of securing and compiling data of this nature is, at best, one which is susceptible of only approximate results.

It was formerly the custom to consider one set of product gradation, or screen analysis, curves as being suitable to represent the products of both primary (unscreened) and secondary (screened) feeds, making no allowance for the undersize material which is always present, to some extent, in quarry-run and mine-run materials. The average quarry does not produce as much of this undersize rock as the average mine, but the usual practice in mining operations is to scalp off most of the undersize ahead of the primary crusher, whereas this practice is the exception rather than the rule in quarry operations. As a matter of fact, where the secondary crushers are fitted with straight concaves, or jaw plates, as used to be standard practice, the dif-ference between product curves on screened and unscreened feed was not significant, and no great discrepancy was introduced by considering them under the one heading.

With the introduction of non-choking concaves in the standard gyratory crushers and reduction crushers, and the development of high speed fine-reduction crushers with high choke points, it soon became apparent that there was a substantial difference in the screen analyses of the two kinds of product, that is, crusher products on unscreened and screened feeds. The difference is especially significant in the lower part of the curve, where undersize in the feed would naturally show up, and where the cleaner breaking of the non-choke crushing chamber would likewise be reflected.

Here above isshown a family of curves for primary crushing of unscreened feed, such as the average quarry-run material in which the undersize (minus crusher setting) rock is present in proportions normally resulting from blasting operations. The same curves may be used for mining operations with stationary bar grizzlies ahead of the primary crusher.

In such operations the amount of undersize going into the crusher will usually be about the same as for the quarry operation without pre-scalping. It should be noted that the test data on which these curves are based were taken from gyratory and jaw crusher operations, but, as we have stated before, they may be used for other types of crushers if allowance is made for the characteristics peculiar to each type. As a matter of fact, so far as crushers of the Fairmount single-roll type are concerned, there is a natural compensation which brings the curves fairly well into line. The Fairmount crusher is inherently a somewhat cleaner breaking machine than either the standard gyratory or standard jaw types, but the class of rock for which the former crusher is largely used is usually subject to greater than average degradation during the blasting and loading operations in the quarry, which tends to level out the difference in crushing performance.Using Crusher and Screen Charts

The method of using the curves is so simple as to require little comment. The vertical axes represent material sizes, which may be taken as either square or round openings; provided of course that the same shape of opening is used throughout any particular analysis. The horizontal axes represent cmmdative percentages passing corresponding screen openings. If we wish to check the product to be expected from a crusher set at some predetermined discharge opening, we first refer to the table showing the approximate percentage of product which will pass an opening equivalent to the crusher setting. This gives us a point in the group of curves which may, or may not, be exactly on one of them. In the latter case we interpolate by following an imaginary curve between the two curves on either side of our point. We can thus tabulate cumulative percentages passing all of the product sizes in which we may be interested. Non-cumulative percentages; which are important because they are used to determine expected amounts of specific products are simply the difference between the upper and lower cumulative percentages for the particular product limits under consideration.

For those not familiar with the use of product gradation curves an example may be helpful. Suppose that a tentative selection of a 3.5 open- side discharge setting has been made for a standard gyratory primary crusher to be used for crushing quarry-run limestone. Referring to the table which lists percentages of product passing an equivalent square opening, we find that 85 to 90% of the crusher product should pass a 3.5 square opening. Choosing the lower percentage, to be on the conservative side,, we follow the horizontal line, denoting the 3.5 product size in the curve chart, over to the vertical line marking the 85% value. We find that the point we have established does not fall directly upon any of the group of curves, but lies so close to one of them that it may be used without appreciable error into our calculations.

Let us suppose that we wish to know how much of the product of our primary crusher will be retained on a 1.5 square opening screen, so that we may estimate the size and number of secondary crushers required to recrush the plus 1.5 contingent. Following the curve down to the 1.5 line, we find that 43% of the primary crusher output may be expected to pass this screen opening; 57% will be retained, which means that we must provide secondary crushing capacity to take care of 57 tons for each 100 tons fed to the primary crusher.

Occasionally it happens that we wish to scalp off a salable product from the output of the primary crusher; for example, a plus 1.5 minus 3.5 material for highway base- rock. The difference between the cumulative percentages at the 3.5 and 1.5 points on the curve gives us the amount, of such product to be expected from the output of the primary crusher This is 85 minus 43, or 42% of the primary crusher product.

If our problem had covered a crushing condition calling for 80 instead of 85%passing the opening equivalent to the crusher setting, we would have found that our point fell exactly on a curve, regardless of what crusher setting we had selected. This is because all of the family of curves are based on the 80% line. Obviously a group of curves might be based on any percentage line, but it is usual practice to choose the 80 or 85% values.

It will be noted that the curves bend upward in very marked fashion above the 75-85% region. This simply reflects the tendency of practically all materials to slab, or spall, to some extent in the crusher. As a matter of fact, product gradation in this upper range (above the open- side setting of the crusher) is of a distinctly uncertain and variable nature, and about all that a group of curves can do is to reflect the general tendency. Fortunately the exact screen analysis in this fraction of the primary crusher output is recrushed in succeeding stages, and all that is required is to know approximately how much of it there will be to recrush.

Although the group of curves we have been considering are intended for calulations involving primary crushing operations, they may also be used for secondary crusher products in those cases where no screening is performed between primary and secondary stages. Such an arrangement is seldom encountered in modern plant design, except where large jaw crushers, set very wide, are followed by a secondary, usually of the standard gyratory type, to reduce further the very coarse output of the jaw crusher to a size which can be handled by the recrushing, screening, and elevating equipment in the balance of the plant. In such cases it is simplest to consider the two-stage set-up as a single machine with discharge opening equal to that of the secondary crusher.

The group of curves on the rightischarted from screen analyses of the products of crushers receiving screened feed. They are useful in predicting the character of output from secondary and tertiary crushers, and are of great value in the preparation of plant flowsheets, and in calculating vibrating screen capacities. Their use in the latter connection will be discussed in the screening section of this series.

There is no need for extended comment on this group of curves; the method of taking off cumulative percentages, and non-cumulative fractions, is exactly the same as for the chart we previously discussed. The difference in the shape of these curves is attributable to the absence of fines in the crusher feed, and to the cleaner breaking action of the modem reduction crusher.

The product gradation curves for screened feed, described under the preceding sub-heading, can be used as a basis for calculating approximate screen analysis of products from closed-circuit crushing stages, but the values cannot be taken directly from the curves.

For example, consider a crusher set to turn out a product 70% of which will pass a 5/8 square opening, and in closed circuit with a screen which is equipped to remove the minus 3/4 product. Thecurve shows that approximately 85% of the crusher product will pass the 3/4 square openings.

Suppose that we wish to know how much minus 0.25 fines we may expect from the circuit.We do not go to the curve which touches the 100 percent ordinate at the 3/4 value; we calculate the percentage from the same curve which was used to predict the proportion of minus 0.75 in the crusher discharge. This curve shows approximately 29 percent of minus 3/4 in the material as it comes from the crusher, or 29 tons of fines in each 100 tons of crusher output. But, for the circulating load, we are only interested in that fraction of the crusher output which will pass the 3/4 screen, which is 85 tons.That part of the product gradation curve which lies below the 85 percent valuerepresents the gradation of the finished product, and 29 tons out of each 85 would be minus 0.25.

Let x equal percentage of minus 0.25 in the finished product, then x:100=29:85 or x = 34.1 percent of minus 0.25 rock from the closed circuit operation. Any other size of product may be estimated in a similar manner. Note that if we had used a curve touching the 100 percent ordinate at the 0.75 value, we would have arrived at a value approximately 50 percent for the minus 0.25 fraction; a value which is obviously erroneous for rock of average characteristics. We will comment on closed circuit crushing, and upon certain assumptions which have to be made in closed circuit calculations, in a later discussion of reduction-crushing.

Although the long established practice of designating crusher products by ring-size is not compatible with present-day screening practice, there are occasions when it is desirable to convert our calculations from one shape of opening to the other. So far as the curves themselves are concerned, once we have established the shape of screen openinground or squarewe can use them for either so long as we stick to one shape throughout the process of taking off percentages-passing. If, as occasionally happens, we have to deal with both shapes of screen opening in the same set of calculations, one or the other of them must be converted to equivalent sizes of the opposing shape. For example, if most of the screen openings are to be square, but one or two of them must be round, the round-hole sizes should be expressed in terms of equivalent square openings.

Inasmuch as the table of crusher settings versus equivalent product percentages is based on square openings, it is necessary to convert to equivalent round openings before this table can be used for such openings.

Below is the information needed to make conversions from round to square holes, or vice versa. The two columns at the left showing equivalent sizes for flat testing screens, are the columns to use in connection with crusher product calculations.Admittedly, listings of equivalent round and square holes, such as we show in this table, can be only approximately correct for the many different materials with which we must deal in crushing and screening computations. The infinite variety of shapes encountered renders absolute accuracy an impossible attainment. Practical experience, however, indicates that the comparisons shown in our table are in most cases close enough for all practical purposes.

Product SizeCorresponding Size Holes Through a flat testing screen Allis-Chalmers vibrating screenRevolving Screen Round holes Square holesRound holes Square holesRound holes 1/83/325/321/85/32 3/83/327/323/161/4 1/43/149/321/41/16 1/21/411/321/123/8 3/83/107/163/81/2 1/43/81/23/163/18 1/21/101/41/25/8 3/21/25/81/1811/10 3/82/1011/106/83/4 11/105/83/411/107/8 3/411/107/83/41 7/83/415/187/81 1/8 17/81 1/1612/101 1/4 1 3/811 2/181 1/181 3/8 1 1/41 1/161 3/81 1/71 2/14 1 3/81 1/81 1/161 1/41 3/4 1 1/21 1/41 3/181 3/81 7/8 1 5/81 3/81 3/41 3/102 1 3/41 1/21 7/81 3/162 1/4 1 7/81 5/821 3/42 3/8 21 3/42 1/81 7/82 1/2 2 1/81 7/82 1/422 5/8 2 1/41 15/182 3/82 1/162 3/4 2 3/822 1/22 1/82 11/16 2 1/22 1/82 6/82 1/43 1/8 2 5/82 1/42 3/42 3/83 5/12 2 3/42 3/82 7/82 1/23 1/2 2 7/82 1/232 5/83 5/8 32 5/83 1/42 3/43 3/4 3 1/42 3/43 1/234 3 1/233 3/43 1/44 3/8 3 3/43 1/443 1/24 3/4 43 1/24 1/43 3/45 4 1/23 7/84 3/44 1/85 1/2 54 1/45 1/44 1/26 1/4 5 1/24 3/45 3/456 7/8 65 1/46 1/25 1/27 1/2 6 1/25 1/275 3/48 767 1/26 1/28 3/4 7 1/26 1/2879 3/8 878 3/47 1/210 8 1/27 1/49 1/47 3/410 1/2 97 3/49 1/28 1/411 1/4 9 1/28108 1/211 3/4 108 1/210 1/2912 1/2

small stone jaw crusher,stone crushing plant, stone crushing machine, stone cone crusher, stone impact crusher - ftm crusher company

small stone jaw crusher,stone crushing plant, stone crushing machine, stone cone crusher, stone impact crusher - ftm crusher company

Stone crushing machine is used to crush large-sized rocks into fragments by the ways of extruding, splitting, bending, impacting and rolling. Commonly used stone crushing machines are stone jaw crusher, stone cone crusher, hammer stone crusher, roll stone crusher and stone impact crusher, etc.

The jaw stone crushing machine is commonly used for the coarse crushing. It can crush the unprocessed raw material with all sizes into even particles. The stone jaw crusher can work together with other ore processing plants and sand making plants. Since the Fote stone jaw crusher enjoys the features of big crushing ratio, even particle size, simple structure and convenient maintenance, it can be a good helper for users.

1. Cone stone crushing plant, also known as stone cone crusher, can be sorted into three types: standard type stone cone crusher, middle type stone cone crusher and short-headed stone cone crusher. Generally speaking, the standard type has big feeding size and discharging size. The middle-type stone cone crusher is suitable for secondary or tertiary crushing. The short-headed stone cone crusher has small feeding size, thus it is suitable for tertiary crushing.

2. Hammer stone crushing machine is suitable for secondary or tertiary crushing. The applied materials of stone hammer crusher are building stones or brittle materials with medium hardness. Users of hammer stone crushing plant can change the discharging size to satisfy different requirements by adjusting the grate distance.

3. The feeding size of stone impact crusher machine varies from 100mm to 500mm. As to the discharging size, users can get their desired size of finished products by adjusting the distance between hammer and impact plate.

4. Roller stone crushing machine is small stone crusher, suitable for secondary or tertiary crushing. The form, size and array of tooth in roller surface can be changed with the property of raw materials.

Mobile stone crusher, also known as mobile stone crushing plant, can be regarded as a simple stone production line. The stone crushing plant can manager coarse, secondary or tertiary crushing. Fote stone crushing plant enjoys the features of reliable and convenient operation, high working efficiency and power conservation. Since the mobile stone crushing plant has good mobility, it can be moved freely according to raw material field or construction site. Equipment in mobile stone crushing plant can freely combine together into different kinds of stone crushing plants, so as to meet demands of various raw materials.

Now we have tens of thousands of users throughout China and more than 30 world markets, such as: South Africa, Middle East, India, Philippine, Western Europe, Southeastern Asia. The stone crushers we have produced have passed the international authentication of ISO90012000.

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how to control the discharge size in crushing stone and sand? | fote machinery

how to control the discharge size in crushing stone and sand? | fote machinery

Sand and stone crushing equipment can crush large size stones into stones or sand with different particle sizes to meet the different requirements of sand and stone materials for construction, railway, highway, and other projects.

Crusher is the common equipment of sand and stone industry that is often used to break large stones, and it has a lot of different types and specifications with different discharge sizes. Understanding the specifications of finished materials can provide necessary reference for users to select equipment.

The main objectives of particle size control are: firstly, to make the configuration and operation of the crushing machinery layer reasonable, secondly, to reduce the proportion of needle-like and flake aggregate in finished products, thirdly, to adjust the proportion of each particle size of the finished aggregate.

In the case of smooth operation of the crusher, the particle size of the sand and stone should be controlled and the acicular and flaky particles should be reduced. The acicular particles are those whose length of the stone particles is larger than 2.4 times the average particle size of the grade to which the particles belong.

And flaky particles are those whose thickness is less than 0.4 times of the average particle size (mean particle size refers to the average particle size of the upper and lower limit of the particle size). Well, how can we control the discharge sizes to produce the high-quality stones with different particle sizes of 5-10 mm gravel, 10-20 mm (1/4 to 1/2 inch) gravel, and 15-25 mm (1/2 to 3/4 inch) gravel that we need? This article explains it in detail.

According to the crusher discharging particle size for preliminary control, there are many different types of crushers, each type of working principle is different, and the discharging control mode is also different.

The finished product of sand and stone production line includes not only the stone with smaller particle size, but also the stone with larger one. Sand and stone production is divided into crushing, screening, sand-making and other chains.

Sandstone aggregate quality control is mainly based on sandstone aggregate particle size and gradation requirements, and adopts the advanced and mature crushing equipment and vibrating screen, to ensure that the production of sand and stone aggregate is in line with the standards and regulations of grading quality.

In the sand and stone aggregate market, stones or sand the customers need to have a certain standard particle size, for example: gravel is divided into 5-10 mm, 10-20 mm, 16-31.5 mm, sand is divided into coarse sand (average particle size of 0.5 mm or more), medium sand (average particle size of 0.35-0.5 mm), fine sand (average particle size of 0.25-0.35 mm).

However, the materials are mixed with particles in various sizes, which cannot meet the demand. Therefore, most of the crushing process is equipped with a vibrating screen, which is used to classify the discharge materials and screen out the stones or sand of various specifications that they need. If the requirements are not met, they can return to the crusher to continue crushing.

Those materials whose size are less than the 3/4 size of the sieve hole of the particles can easily cross the sieve hole, known as easy-to-sieve particles. Particles larger than 3/4 of the sieve hole are difficult to pass through the sieve hole, known as difficult-to-sieve particles. Particles whose particle size is 1-1.5 times of the size of the sieve hole are called stoppers.

Therefore, the screening containing a large number of fine grade materials can increase the method of auxiliary screening of larger size in sieve hole to discharge the coarse size products in advance.

In general, single layer vibrating screen can screen out two kinds of materials, double-layers vibrating screen can screen out three kinds of materials, three-layers vibrating screen can screen out four kinds of materials, and five-layers vibrating screen can screen out six kinds. Users can make reasonable choices according to their needs for finished stones and sand and suggestions from equipment manufacturers.

Usually the circular vibrating screen is used to assist the crusher in the crushing production line. In the whole process, customers can adjust each device according to their own needs to adjust the material size. Through our analysis, do you have a general understanding of how to control the particle size in your sand and stone production?

We hope to help you to buy a suitable crusher and to operate your machines smoothly. Now many equipment manufacturers are designing production lines for customers. If you are new to this industry, you can listen to the suggestions of equipment manufacturers because they have professional knowledge and rich experience to help you solve problems.

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