A gyratory cone crusher includes a first and a second crushing shell defining a crushing gap. The first crushing shell is arranged to gyrate around a vertical axis, in order to crush material entering the crushing gap, and is vertically supported by a thrust bearing including first and second bearing plates defining a spherical sliding interface.
Cone Crusher BOTTOM SHELL The annealed cast steel bottom shell is of the three arm, open discharge type, bored to gauge for the top shell and eccentric bushing. It is bored and faced for the bottom plate, pinionshaft bearing and dust collar.
The cone crusher, was designed primarily with a view to achieving top performance in the field of fine-reduction crushing.It has also been adapted to what is designated simply as “fine-crushing,” which extends into a range below that …
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