This is done by swinging up the front jaw of the crusher exposing the sides and face of the vibratory jaw and giving access to all parts of the machine to which material being crushed may adhere. The adjustment to coarse or fine crushing is made at the front end of the crusher.
The current laboratory jaw crusher is very difficult to achieve ultra-fine crushing under technical conditions. We need to go through multiple operations to achieve crushing. Because the overall equipment is relatively large and heavy, it takes a lot of Area and space, but also a solid support foundation. (3) High energy consumption
operation of a laboratory-scale jaw crusher. The PRM was calibrated using data from single particle slow compression tests, whereas simulations of the jaw crusher were validated on the basis of experiments, with very good agreement. DEM simulations
In case of Power failure, while the machine is in operation, the jaw crusher: comes to a halt after approx. 3 seconds. The jaw crusher does not start when power supply returns. ⇒ The jaw crusher is protected against warm restart. ⇒ Press the Start key: to start
The 3″x 2½” (No. 1) Laboratory Jaw Crusher will reduce hard rock from 2½ inch to ¼ inch and finer at a rate of from 50 to 150 pounds per hour. This unit can be quickly and thoroughly cleaned as a safeguard against salting succeeding crushing, and provides an excellent means of reducing small quantities of ore samples quickly and efficiently, using either hand or power drive.
The Laboratory Jaw Crusher Pulverisette 1 is recommended for intermittent or continuous pre-crushing of coarse materials. The maximum feed size is approximately 60 mm (model I) or 95 mm (model II). The maximum throughput is 140 kg/h (model I) or 200 kg/h (model II).
The main objectives of this experiment are to study the various parts of Laboratory Jaw crusher with special emphasis on their functions, to perform a crushing test on a given sample, to analyze the product by sieve analysis and to calculate its reduction ratio by