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Currently, there are many kinds of crusher machine, such as short head cone crusher used for fine crushing, medium cone crusher, impact crusher, hammer crusher, roller crusher, fine type of jaw crusher, etc. The ultra-fine quarry crusher appearing in recent years can output finer granularity products, while the new varieties designed by impact crusher can be used for coarse and medium crushing equipment. According to different requirements of customers, higher requirements on crushing effect in crushing field are increasingly common.
The cone crusher (improved model of series of spring cone crusher) manufactured by our company can be used to crush various medium hardness stones and rocks, which has successfully applied to the glass quartzite, metallurgical quartzite, calcium carbide limestone, talc crushing and cement clinker crushing.
The of the glass quartzite are quartz, micas, hematite and goethite. Quartzite is a kind of metamorphic composed of quartz (quartzite content is greater than 85%), which is formed by metamorphism of quartz sandstone and silicalite. It has the features of high hardness, fine granularity, compact structure, brittle texture, poor bending strength and higher radiation of some varieties. Hence, common crushing equipment is difficult to achieve the desired effect. While WKS cone crusher has special spring safety system, which is the overload protection device, making the metal objects go through the machine without any harm. It adopts dry oil seal form, which can separate the stone dust and lubricating oil and ensure reliable working condition.
The processed quartzite has a wide application. It can be the raw material of glass making, ceramics, metallurgy, chemical, machinery, electron, rubber, plastic, dope and other industries. Besides, the quartzite has better high temperature resistance, which can be the steelmaking refractory after having been physically processed into different particle sizes.