Jaw crusher series
The working part of the jaw crusher is two pieces of jaw plate, one is stationary and fixed on the front wall of machine body, which is called fixed jaw, while the other one, swing jaw, making a crushing chamber with the fixed jaw, moves back and forth periodically. When separating, the material enters into the crushing chamber and then the particle drops out from the bottom; when combined, the material is crushed by the compressive force, buckling and split effect from the jaw plate. The jaw crusher series are used for the primary and secondary crushing of hard material. There are two types of crusher, including coarse jaw crusher and fine jaw crusher.
The electrical motor drives the crusher shaft and make the movable jaw move upwards and downwards. This movement would trigger the toggle plate to push the movable jaw forward and backwards. When the movable jaw moves forth toward the fixed jaw, materials in the crushing cavity will be squashed or chopped. And the movable jaw travels back, the chopped or squashed materials which met the requirement will be discharged from the outlet. Since the motor keeps working, the crusher will crush and discharge periodically to achieve mass production.