Cement crusher refers to the crushing plant used in the cement production. There are varied types of cement crusher according to different applications. When it comes to the crushing process, the cement crusher can be divided into the primary crusher, secondary crusher and tertiary crusher.
As for the working principle, the cement crusher can be divided into the jaw crusher, impact crusher, cone crusher and hammer crusher, etc. As for the flexibility, the cement crusher can be divided into the stationary crusher and mobile crusher. Here we focus on different types of cement crusher.
Cement Crusher—Jaw Crusher
Jaw crusher is a common cement crusher, used in the process of primary crushing. Zenith PE series jaw crusher is suitable for primary crushing, even in the most challenging conditions. Whether it is used to crusher an extra-hard kind of stone, or demolition debris, you can depend on Zenith jaw crusher due to its high ratio of performance and price.
Cement Crusher—Impact Crusher
In the process of cement production, the impact crusher is specially used in the secondary crushing stage. Zenith’s PFW series impact crusher is also called European style impact crusher, often used in the secondary crushing and fine crushing. It is very suitable for open-pit crushing in quarries. PFW series impact crushers are adopted by heavy-duty rotor design, unique hammer locking system, and interchangeable wearing parts. This series impact crushers provide customers low cost solutions, outstanding performance, good cubical shape, lowest operation cost per ton, and wide materials applications.
Cement Crusher—Cone Crusher
The cone crusher belongs to a new type of cement crusher, and it becomes more and more popular among cement producers due to its incomparable advantages. Zenith’s HP cone crusher belongs to a kind of high-tech crusher to meet the requirements of developed countries. It has a single cylinder, adopting the hydraulic pressure. It is designed by Zenith by the combination of the USA technology and Chinese technology. They are suitable for both metallic minerals and non-metallic minerals, such as iron ore, nonferrous metal ore, granite, limestone, quartzite, sandstone, and pebble, etc.