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Which Small Crusher is More Suitable For You 
By daswell on Nov 13, 2013 08:15 AM
The efficiency of operations can be different when you are crushing stones with different types of crushers. We need to know the crushers well before we choose the crusher to meet our requirements. As a type of powerful stone crusher, impact crusher may be not your final choice, but it is really worth your consideration.

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Impact crushers use the impact force to crush the materials. The feed materials are first crushed by the rotating bars and then the crusher materials are thrown against the breaker plates for secondary crushing. We should make the speed of the rotor cooperate with the speed of the feed material to avoid unnecessary and unwanted wear. According to the outstanding performance of the impactor, the machine can achieve the reduction ratios of 10:1 to 20:1.

Compared with the impact crushers, jaw crushers use the compression force to break down materials. When the material is poured into the chamber and fall though chamber micro powder mill diesel crusher, it will be crushed 2 to 4 times. The reduction ratio of this machine is about 6:1.

Besides the higher reduction ratios, the impact crushers is more useful to make a more cubical output. So take both quality and quantity under consideration, impact crusher is a better choice. And what's more, the higher reduction help to reduce the load on the secondary crusher and allow you to choose a smaller secondary crusher to cut down your costs.
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