Cone crushers, slow-operation size reduction machines, are perfectly suited to produce cubic particle or to reduce heat-sensitive materials or very hard materials (such as corundum, ferrous Silicium, ore iron ores).
Operating Behavior & Mechanical Characteristics
The feed material is crushed between the slowly rotating cone and the static outer grinding ring. By rotating the feed funnel, the size of the slot between cone and ring can be adjusted as required, therefore achieving the fineness of material requested. Maximum final particle sizes of < 2 mm can be achieved due to the tooth system of the fine cone.
There is the option of an installed sample divider for the cone crusher KM 65, so that samples can be both crushed and divided in one step, thereby facilitating laboratory work. The partial volume continuously divided can be chosen to be either 1:2, 1:4 or 1:8.
|Cone crusher||KM 65||KM 170|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||without sample divider||mm||500 x 1270 x 435||1010 x 1680 x 750|
|with sample divider||mm||710 x 1270 x 435||-|
|Weight||without sample divider||kg||120||650|
|with sample divider||kg||130||-|
|Feed particle size||mm||25||25|
|Final particle size||mm||2 10||2 10|
|Connection||400 V, 3/N/PE, 50 Hz|
|The throughput depends on the size of the discharge slot, the bulk density and the characteristics of the material to be crushed.|
The degree of fineness is primarily determined by the setting of the discharge slot. We reserve the right for technical changes.