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MEKA cone crushers are designed with a unique combination of high crushing force, high eccentric throw to deliver top performance to help maximise your return on investment. Rugged and reliable, and designed to achieve outstanding results, our cone crushers feature a steep crushing chamber angle, a large crushing stroke, and optimum speed to deliver a finer product through increased inter-particle comminution.

MEKA cone crushers are an excellent choice as secondary crushers in combination with a jaw or a primary gyratory crusher or in the third
or fourth crushing stage. When you need a crusher for aggregates production, our cone crushers are well known for its great performance, in terms of its high throughput capacity, high reduction and high end product quality. For mining applications they are typically used when maximum material size reduction in an open circuit is required.

•    Rugged design provides the strength and stability necessary for the crushing of extra-hard materials.
•    The design also results in low maintenance costs.
•    Hydraulic adjustment of the Closed Side Setting.
•    An easy-to-maintain crusher.
•    Maintenance and inspection from above.
•    An automatic overload protection system is standard.
•    Product curve and capacity can be optimized by adjusting the eccentric bushing supplied with the crusher.
•    Quiet operation and long life thanks to bevel gears with hardened, spiralcut teeth.

•    Large feed opening. The two topshell arms are protected against wear by robust liners of special alloy steel.
•    Long life from liners of special alloy manganese steel.
•    The interior of the crusher is protected from dust by a self-lubricating seal ring.
•    The oil tank for the lubrication and setting adjustment system is a self-contained unit incorporating filters, heating and cooling equipment, pumps, temperature and flow rate monitors and electrical interlocks.

What is a Cone Crusher?

Cone crushers comprise two main parts: a fixed conical body that narrows toward the top, and a movable cone at the top that is mounted on an eccentric shaft through the center of the body. Under the effects of the eccentric shaft, the inner cone rotates within the fixed outer cone causing the distance between the inner and outer lining to narrow and expand, and any rock fed between the two linings is broken. In these crushers, the crushing process relies on compressive force, and the ore fragments break into smaller sizes as they move towards the bottom of the crusher and the outlet mouth under their own weight.


For what processes/applications are cone crushers used?

Cone crushers are commonly used as secondary and tertiary crushers, and sometimes as fourth stage crushers for finer crushing and when breaking very hard materials.

They are used to crush materials to a wide range of sizes, and are provided in two main types – standard and short-head cone crushers. Standard cones crushers carry our secondary applications while, short-head cone crushers carry out tertiary and fourth-stage operations. The cone angle is large in standard cone crushers, and smaller in short-head crushers.

Although there is no definite classification, the liners of such crushers are classified as "very large size", "large size" and "medium size" in standard cone crushers, and "medium size", "fine" size and "very fine size" in short-head cone crushers. grouping is available. 



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