Crushers may be divided into three general classes, with respect to the manner in which they do their work: Pressure Crushers: This category embraces the several types of gyratory crushers and jaw crushers, as well as the double crushing rolls, with either smooth or corrugated shells.
Jaw Crushers are often used as primary crushers and are perhaps the most popular crusher worldwide. These compressive crushers are suitable for most any type of material.In this type of crusher, reduction takes place between a stationary jaw plate and a moving jaw plate.
These powerful, low-frequency, high-force Crusher Buckets allow even the hardest concrete to be processed with ease and will even cope with rock. This crushing process is highly resistant to blockages - thereby minimising costly downtime - and enables use on the widest variety of materials.