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Crusher Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of crusher manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top crusher manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find crusher companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture crushers to your companies specifications. Then contact the crusher companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of hand held rock crushers, pioneer crusher parts, portable rock crusher, or customized crushers of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Grand Prairie, TX 877-582-7800

    Here at Granutech-Saturn Systems we only manufacture the most reliable crushers. Our customers have grown to trust our engineers to create the most operator-friendly machines. All of our crushers adhere to a variety of inspections and they are extensively tested to ensure maximum operation. We manufacture an auto crusher which utilizes high precision cylinders to allow for extremely consistent results. If you would like more specifications of our products please give us a call!

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  • Wilsonville, OR 503-682-3633

    We have built a reputation as an innovated supplier of crushers. We take pride in saying that we own several patents for our creative pulverizing technology. Our engineers can tackle any problem and find a solution. It is our objective to stay ahead of our competitors by discovering the latest innovations in our industry. Feel free to give us a call today!

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  • Cambridge, ON 800-465-3214

    Here at Shred-Tech we manufacture a wide range of pulverizers and we are recognized for our ability to create the most innovated size reduction machines. Our goal is stay ahead of the competition by ambitiously researching the latest discoveries in our field. You are guaranteed to be impressed by our amazing products. Please give us a call today to learn more information about our company!

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  • Erie, PA 814-835-6000

    Eriez designs and manufactures pulverizers as well as a wide variety of other size reduction equipment. Our pulverizers can crush coal, chemicals, spices, bricks, soil, and more. We have developed solutions for the food, chemical, mining, and many other industries. If you need to separate your products or materials efficiently and quickly, call Eriez today!

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  • Kenilworth, NJ 908-259-9292

    Atlantic Coast Crushers manufacture lumpbreakers, pulverizers, granulators, comminutors and other size reduction machinery. Our process machinery prevents clogs, blockages and allows product transport equipment to run efficiently. Industries we provide for include Pharmaceutical, Chemical and many others. We offer designs that are suitable for most available applications.

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Crushers Industry Information

Crushers

Crushers are machines designed to reduce large waste materials for easier disposal or recycling. One of the most common types of pulverizers, crushers, are typically used to reduce the size of large rocks, changing them into more easily-handled small rocks, rock dust, or gravel. Crushers are able to break apart or compress soft materials such as limestone, gypsum, and phosphate to very hard materials such as ore and asphalt.

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Types of Crushers

There are many different types of crushers, and some of the most widely used types are:

Jaw crushers and gyratory crushers work well on both soft and hard materials and are often utilized in industries such as mining for the reduction of large quarried materials such as ore; construction to reduce large building materials such as stone and concrete; and industrial manufacturing, for the processing of large, dense materials.

Cone crushers, which are best suited for medium to very hard materials, are advantageous for industries, including metallurgical, for the processing of large aggregates supplied by metal mining such as iron and copper ore; road building, for the reduction of building materials such as asphalt and concrete; and chemical, for the reduction of minerals used in chemical processing such as phosphate and silicic acid.

Crushers are also used in industries such as demolition, automotive manufacturing, and smelting.

Function of Crushers

Crushers primarily function to break apart or compress materials as a result of transferring a force supplied by mechanical means through a material that is molecularly stronger than the material it is crushing. Crushers hold materials between two parallel surfaces and then force the surfaces together with enough force to either fracture or deform the material. While they all rely on the same principle of compression, the different types of crushers function in slightly different ways.

Jaw Crushers
Very easy to spot versus other types of crushers because they have a recognizable design with a set of large vertical "jaws." Of the jaws, one is stationary, while the other is mobile, and its movement creates the energy necessary for compression.
Gyratory Crushers
While similar to jaw crushers, differ in that they are conically shaped with a concave surface and conical head. The movement in gyratory crushers is generated through an eccentric arrangement.
Cone Crushers
More similar to gyratory crushers than jaw crushers. Cone crushers are even more conically-shaped, with a large top opening for loading the large materials and a much smaller-bottom opening for the much smaller, crushed materials to exit. Typically, cone crushers function by squeezing materials between an eccentrically gyrating spindle and a concave hopper, both of which are protected by wear-resistant materials.


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