Test the Normal Condition about the Stone Production Line
22 July, 2013 at 7:56 am in Featured
Through production test, with the development of wear-resistant alloy parts service life is comparable to imported products, can replace imported accessories. With the development of crushing machinery industry, heels more and more problems, such as broken expand and equipment durability requirements, in the field of the continuous development of industry put forward higher requirements for wear resistant materials. Appeared around 1930 hard nickel cast iron, hardness can reach HRC55-60, as the second generation of wear-resisting material, because is too brittle, so can only produce small parts, such as sand washing machine of the spiral blade plate, etc., and the nickel is expensive, therefore, used very little.
(1) The stone production line is installed on the concrete foundation or steel structure foundation which should be able to sustain four times of the weight of the whole machine.
(2) According to different working site of the crushers, it can be installed inside the plant or in the open air. When installing the machines, the workers should adjust the crusher so that the main axis is vertical to the horizontal plane.
(3) On the rod type sand maker, there should be equipped with crane equipment, and the hoisting ability should be considered according to the weight of the crusher. In addition, there should be left hoisting space on the sand maker and on the one side of the machine for examination and repair.
The stone production line has wide application in the mining, and its performance has reached the internationally advanced level and it is a practical and reliable rock crushing machine, and it is one of the sand and stone machines that is widely used for manufacturing building sand in the sand and stone industry. This production line is mainly used for processing and crushing the feldspar, quartz and mineral ores, and in addition, it is also suitable for manufacturing abrasion-resisting materials and refractory matters.