The Jaw Crusher consists of a frame, an eccentric shaft, a large pulley, a flywheel, a side guard, an elbow plate, a back seat for the elbow plate, a gap adjustment screw, a return spring, a fixed jaw plate and a movable jaw plate.
The crushing method of the jaw crusher is the curved extrusion type. When the jaw rises, the angle between the elbow plate and the moving jaw becomes bigger, thus pushing the moving jaw plate closer to the fixed jaw plate, and the material is crushed multiple times through the extrusion, rubbing and grinding between the two jaw plates. The crushed material is discharged freely through the discharge opening at the lower part of the jaw cavity under the action of gravity. With the continuous rotation of the motor, the jaws crush and discharge the material in a cyclical manner to achieve mass production.
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