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cone crusher vs. impact crusher | quarrying & aggregates

cone crusher vs. impact crusher | quarrying & aggregates

Not every crusher is suitable for every application. When choosing the best crusher for aggregate applications, it is important to understand how the crusher works and its impact on efficiency, operating costs and final products. When designing aggregate processing production line plans, there are usually differences in the choice of impact and cone crusher. What is the difference between impact crusher and cone crusher? Which is the best fine crushing equipment?

For impact crusher, the high-speed rotating rotor throw stone into impact plates, stones are crushed via impact energy produced rotating rotor. So, impact crusher is good to crush soft material of brittle stone.

Initial High-manganese steel is softer than high-chrome steel, but high-manganese steel has features of high tenacity, that means after many times strike and crushing stone, this high-manganese steel will become harder and harder, so, high-manganese steel is usually used to crush hard stone, and its service life will be very long. So, both jaw plates of jaw crusher and bowl liner & mantle of cone crusher are made from high-manganese steel.

High chromium iron is very hard, but it is a little brittle, so, it usually used to crush soft material like lime stone. Therefore, the most common blow bar/hammer material of impact crusher is high chromium iron.

According to our experience in Zambia and Nigeria, most of the local raw materials are hard stones like granite, so most investors or equipment owners in Zambia and Nigeria usually use cone crushers as secondary crushers. Because of its high production efficiency and low maintenance costs for hard stones.

Due to the different types, sizes and uses of stone crushers, and the large investment required to purchase stone crushers, it will make the purchase of equipment difficult. When you are looking for crushers or other aggregate equipment, please contact our aggregate equipment experts to help you make the right choice in the first time.

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