• Ostatní 17.07.2013

    Stone production line is mainly composed of vibrating feeder, jaw crusher, impact crusher, cone crusher, sand making machine, vibrating screen, belt conveyor and so on. According to different technical requirements, various types of equipment are combined to meet customers’ different technological requirements.

    Water conservancy and hydropower industry has been developing rapidly and is putting forward higher request for the corresponding auxiliary equipment (especially sand and aggregate production equipment). The enterprise should have more innovation and breakthroughs on the process design and equipment selection. Sand and aggregate processing must use the high quality sand washing machine and sand making machine. Selection is decided according to the characteristics of the sand making raw materials.

    Stone enters coarse crushing machine for primary crushing, and the produced coarse materials conveyed by belt conveyor into fine crushing machine for further crushing. Stones after fine crushing enter into the vibrating screen to separate two kinds of stones. Those meeting feed particle size of the sand making machine will enter the sand making machine to make sand. The other part will return into fine crusher. Some of those into sand making machine will be made into sand and made into finished sand after cleaning by sand washing machine. The other part will return into sand making machine for further crushing.

    The most important thing is to equipment selection of the sand and aggregate production equipment. The aggregate crushing is divided into one-stage crushing and two-stage crushing and one-stage crushing is the most basic and important. Water conservancy projects belong to large projects and are very strict for production capacity and various aspects condition of equipment. So we must impose strict control to ensure quality of projects.

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