Great Wall Hydraulic Cone Crusher

Great Wall Hydraulic Cone Crusher

Hydraulic cone crusher uses bronze sleeve,so it has greater load capacity in crushing environment of heavy vibration or many dust. Construction sand and gravel used are generally used Granite , is currently the main source of aggregate production , general use of energy-efficient hydraulic cone crusher for crushing processing.New hydraulic adjust system allows faster bowl removal and less maintenance.Fully-machined sleeved eccentric provides less wear and more protection.These stone crusher features high reduction ration and big processing capacity.

After the installation is complete, you should still conduct a comprehensive inspection, such as: oil pipe is connected securely. Sand production line equipment test run before attempting to re-add a lubricant, and check whether the connection between the various parts are solid and reliable, if a foreign body in the impeller, the motor wiring is correct. Running, if unusual circumstances should immediately stop operation. This installation will be able to sand production line.

Zhengzhou Great Wall Heavy Industry Machinery Co., Ltd, as the professional and world advanced level mining machinery such as crushing equipment, sand making equipment and ore beneficiation equipment manufacturer, has huge confidence in the new market competition. Since 20th century, Zhengzhou Great Wall Heavy Industry Machinery Co., Ltd had been installed tens of thousands sets of ore beneficiation, iron ore beneficiation equipments.

At the time of the full expansion of iron ore,Zhengzhou Great Wall Heavy Industry Machinery Co., Ltd increased the innovation force to develop new type iron ore dressing equipment---hydraulic cone crusher, which has perfect performance in the super fine crushing with multi cavities. It has simple structure, safe and reliable operation and lower power consumption.

HCC series hydraulic cone crusher designed by our company is a new type of cone crusher with international advanced level which brings in...

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