Why use a cone crusher machine

Before screeners like the McCloskey B200 BIVITEC flip flop screener can be used in the recycling process, waste material must first be broken down to a manageable size. To do this, cone crushers, such as those produced by Terex and Nordberg are required. While there are a few types of crushers on the market, cone crushers are definitely the most agile and efficient, easily mobile and useful for a range of crushing tasks.

How a cone crusher works

Cone crushers operate via a gyrating spiral inside the 'cone', which gives the crusher its name. Rocks, ores and stones enter via a hopper into the top of the cone, and as the spiral rotates inside, the material is crushed against the wall, before dropping down the cone to a lower level, where it is crushed again if necessary, before it can exit through the required sized hole at the bottom of the cone.

Cone crusher machines like the Pegson Crusher or the MaxTrak are more often used in secondary crushing systems, as the size of rock they can handle is typically smaller than the size jaw crushers take. However, the cone crushers are extremely effective at crushing quarried materials and smaller objects like sand and gravel, ensuring that no damage is done to other machinery in your processing plant from large material.

New and used cone crushers for sale

When choosing a crusher, it's important to ensure that the cone design you pick has redundancy systems for controlling the feed rate and preventing unwanted foreign objects like metal damaging the system inside. The market can be confusing, but RG Recycling work with cone crusher manufacturers so we can source the best machine for your needs and we have a wide range of tried and tested crushers for sale such as the Terex J1175 mobile jaw crusher, as well as some crushers available to hire too. We even buy older cone crushers from industries to help them finance a brand new purchase.

Contact us now to learn more about buying a new or used cone crusher.

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