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# Jaw crusher

➲  Crusher body

Jaw crushers are primary crushers that employ a simple mechanism to break down large rocks into smaller pieces. The crushing chamber consists of two jaws, with one fixed and the other movable. The movable jaw is attached to a rotating eccentric shaft, which creates a reciprocating motion that compresses and breaks the material between the jaws.


  • High Crushing Ratio:

    Jaw crushers have a higher crushing ratio than other types of crushers, which means they can handle larger pieces of material and produce more output per unit of input.
  • Simple Design

    Jaw crushers have a simple design that makes them easy to maintain and operate. This simplicity also makes them less prone to breakdowns and downtime.
  • Versatility

    Jaw crushers are versatile and can be used to crush a wide variety of materials, including hard and tough rocks, ores, and minerals.
  • Cost-Effective

    Jaw crushers are relatively inexpensive compared to other types of crushers, making them an economical choice for smaller-scale operations or those on a tight budget.
  • Easy Adjustment

    The settings of a jaw crusher can be easily adjusted to suit different materials and desired output sizes, making it flexible and adaptable to changing requirements.
  • Low Power Consumption

    Jaw crushers require less power to operate than other types of crushers, making them an energy-efficient option for crushing operations.
  • Small Footprint

    Jaw crushers have a compact footprint, making them ideal for use in tight spaces or in areas where space is limited.
  • Low Maintenance

    Jaw crushers have fewer moving parts than other types of crushers, which means they require less maintenance and downtime for repairs.
  • Environmentally Friendly

    Jaw crushers produce less noise and dust pollution compared to other types of crushers, making them a more environmentally friendly option.
  • Easy Access for Maintenance

    Jaw crushers have easy access to the inner workings, making maintenance and repairs quick and convenient.
  • Efficient Use of Energy

    Jaw crushers utilize the kinetic energy of the moving jaw to crush the material, resulting in efficient use of energy.
  • Controlled Product Size

    Jaw crushers can produce consistent and controlled product size, making them suitable for applications that require precise particle size distribution.
  • Flexibility in Applications

    Jaw crushers can be used in a variety of applications, including aggregate production, mineral processing, and recycling.
  • Reduced Waste

    Jaw crushers produce less waste compared to other types of crushers, as they can crush materials with higher density and reduce the amount of useless material produced.
  • Improved Safety

    Jaw crushers have safety features such as automatic shut-off systems and emergency stop buttons, which improve operator safety.
  • Ability to Handle Hard Materials

    Jaw crushers are capable of handling hard and tough materials, making them suitable for demanding applications.
  • Reduced Requirements for Secondary Crushing

    Jaw crushers can handle larger pieces of material, reducing the need for secondary crushing and resulting in cost savings.
  • Reduced Wear and Tear on Feeding Equipment

    Jaw crushers have a large feed opening, which reduces wear and tear on the feeding equipment.
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