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To Select the Device Based on the Aggregate

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Aggregate construction waste crusher is mainly used for the aggregate crushing operation; depending on the different feeding size and the particle size of the finished product, the aggregate crushing can be divided into many types. These crushers are collectively referred to as the aggregate construction waste crusher. The aggregate construction waste crusher has a wide range of applications in the mining, building material, highway, railway, water conservancy and other sectors. The main application is the crushing operation of the aggragate and ores. It also has a relatively wide range of applications in the coal field.
The aggregate includes the coarse aggregate and fine aggregate. The coarse aggregate is collectively known as the stone and the fine aggregate is known as the sand. The selection of the equipment should be based on the type of the aggregate. After the processing of crushers, the ones whose article size is greater than 4.75mm is the coarse aggregate, which is also commonly known as the stone, mainly including the gravel and pebbles. By adding the equipment, the aggregate that has been broken can be fine-grained further. After the primary crushing, secondary crushing and the crushing and shaping of the sand maker, the agregate is commonly known as sand.
The various types of the crushers of the aggregate construction waste crusher can generally conduct the crushing operation of the stone with different granularity. In the crushing operation of the aggregate, it commonly includes the coarse crushing, secondary crushing and fine crushing according to the feeding particle size and discharging granularity, namely, the primary crushing, secondary crushing and tertiary crushing.
When selecting the construction waste crusher in the crushing operation, it is important for the users to make the choice based on the different types of aggregate.

asked Oct 12, 2017 in Business & Finance by Richard

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