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What is cone crusher price for 350 t/h rock crushing plant Manitoba ?

Source:www.dieselcrusher.com Author:Great Wall Company Posted:2017-01-12 Views:
With the fast economy development in cities of Alberta, Ontario and Manitoba  in Canada, there are growing demands for aggregate in the fields of mining and construction.Therefore cone crusher is urgently needed for clients. one of our customers is interested in 4 1/4 symons cone crusher and 5 1/2 symons cone crusher for 350 ton per hour crushing plant. The processed rocks are limestone, granite, basalt and river stone, besides the maximum feeding size of rocks is around 700 mm, as well as the output size range are 0-20 mm and 20-40 mm. How can we set up ideal cone crusher configuration scheme ? What is cone crusher price for sale in 350 t/h crushing plant Manitoba Canada?
 
Firstly, Great Wall stone crusher engineers select PE 900 x 1200 jaw crusher as primary crusher in coarse crushing process. The 700 mm rocks can be crushed within 165 mm . And then, The secondary crushers are two crushing solutions, one solution adopts one set of 5 1/2 cone crusher (CZS66B cone crusher), the other solution is installed 2 sets of 4 1/4 cone crusher (1 set CZS51B cone crusher and 1 set CZS51D cone crusher) in 350 t/h crushing plant Manitoba.The secondary solution is more favored by Canada customers , which not only reach the required capacity, but also has secondary and tertiary crushing process to ensure high quality aggregate in crushing plant. More details on cone crusher price and practical working specifications, welcome to contact us online!
 
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