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Secondary crusher

New Generation

Secondary Jaw Crusher

RD secondary jaw crushers are used for the secondary and tertiary crushing of any type of material, in particular hard and abrasive. RD New generation of Jaw crushers, the Secondary Series provides innovative, time-saving and user friendly features to meet the demanding productivity of the crushing industry. Replaceable wear plates protect the crusher base and pitman (Lever) while dynamically – balanced flywheels deliver smooth, consistent operation. Change product size in no time with hydraulic dual-wedge closed side setting adjustments. The Secondary series offers you a feed opening up to SJC 42″x081 in size. Lighter, stronger, and ever-more productive. Secondary series Jaw Crushers never quit. Ready to get solid productivity from RD SecondaryJaw Crusher.

Capabilities

  • Strong simple design delivers maximum durability and long life.
  • Large flywheels have greater inertia for crushing in toughest applications.
  • Hydraulic dual wedge system delivers quick closed side setting adjustments.
  • Reversible, replaceable, and adjustable wear parts reduce operating cost.
  • Meets coarse and fine crushing application requirements.

Features

  • High capacity
  • High reliability
  • Crusher chamber adopts “V” structure which could make actual feed width comply with the nominal one.
  • Easy replacement of wear and spare parts
  • Stone broken percentage large. Cubical shape of final product.
  • Large feed opening and force-feeding action from the inward and downward eccentric movement of the swing Jaw increases capacity.
  • Deep pitch gripper Jaws for maximum reduction.
  • Mechanical hydraulic Jaw setting adjustment.

Note:

  • The output in TPH indicated above is based on average hard dry quartz weighing. at least 1.6 ton/m3 when crushed and on continuousfeed of graded sizes with fines removed.
  • Capacities may vary by 25 % depending on type of rock, gradation and method of feeding.
  • Where no capacity rating is given in the table, it is generally not economical to operate at such a setting.