Hammer crusher designed by Crusher, Jaw crusher, Cone crusher, crusher wear spears parts | wyx Mining fits for producing 0-3MM coarse powder products. This machine adopts theories of traditional crushing machines and grinding mills. It makes up the shortage of common mills, and it is the best choice to produce coarse powder at big capacity.
Hammer crusher is mainly suitable for crushing various soft and medium-hard ore, whose compression strength is not higher than 320MPa, such as coal, salt, chalk, gypsum, blocks, limestone, glasses, and phosphate, etc.
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