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Calculate stone sizes range produced by jaw crusher (1 reply and 3 comments)

A B Sharma
2 weeks ago
A B Sharma 2 weeks ago

How to calculate stone sizes range produced by jaw crusher in % if i have 36" x 24" primary single toggle jaw crusher & Closed side setting is 4" (100mm) and vibrating screen having 60mm, 30mm, 10mm & Dust mesh.

Material : Construction Aggregate.

So how much approx range material size will produce. (any calculation / other method)

+60mm =          in %

+30 to -60mm =           in %

+10 to -30mm =          in %

0 to -10mm =          in %

Marshal Meru
2 weeks ago
Marshal Meru 2 weeks ago

Is this another University assignment? In any case, here is a free intro. I guess it is a language barrier that has prevented you from Googling this. What you are looking for a is a jaw crusher's discharge product gradation I think.

See Page 5 of  http://www.metsomaterialstechnology.com/miningandconstruction/MaTobox7.nsf/DocsByID/C456ED9F5C9B39B7C2256DAC00206B4D/$File/CseriesEnglish.pdf

And also https://www.911metallurgist.com/blog/crushing-products-size-and-shape

Otherwise, look at the operating manual of the machines you have bought?

Or page 7 http://www.armstrongequipment.com/pdf/ST-Series-JawBrochure.pdf

We do not know what imaginary crusher you are working with.

A B Sharma
2 weeks ago

Thank You Marshal for your reply.
No its not an university assignment.
Actually there are lots of articles on google about topic but many of them having totally different point of view and answer. so i asked this question. Thanks again.

Marshal Meru
2 weeks ago

Is this helping you?

A B Sharma
2 weeks ago

yes.. totally worth it.

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