In this video, Sara Arendt, Senior Applications Specialist at Telsmith, explains why you would use a compression style crusher, like a jaw crusher or cone crusher, instead of an impact crusher.
Here are the important points that Sara covers in the video:
1. An impactor is typically used in applications where the stone is softer, less dense, and less abrasive. By throwing or striking the material against a surface, the rock will break along its natural fault lines. This reduction method can cause high wear part costs, high maintenance costs and produce a lot of fines.
2. A compression crusher, such as a jaw or cone, will perform better in medium to very high compression strength applications and abrasive ones. The material is reduced by squeezing the rock between a stationary piece of steel and one that is moving. Typically, a cone crusher will see years of service with minimal maintenance costs and reduced fines reduction than an impact crusher.
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