Manual Rock Crushers The CrazyCrusher brand Rock Crusher is 100 percent steel, and it is 100 percent made in the U.S.A. by 100 percent Americans! The jaws are made of 3/8 steel, and the face has horizontal welds across them that not only help grip and pull down rock pieces, it also prevents wear on the actual jaws.
The average miner can instead purchase a CrazyCrusher manual rock crusher or an electric or gas powered rock crusher and get the gold out in smaller batches. Crushing rock to recover gold can be easier, faster, and much more profitable than prospecting in over-worked streams and rivers.
Why spend a fortune on a fancy gas powered rock crusher when a well made manual operated rock crusher will do the most common jobs just fine? RC1 Rock Crusher - G Force This amazing rock crusher is ideal for the gold prospector interested in a light-weight and economical high-speed machine.
The max size of a rock you should put into the CrazyCrusher would be 1-5/8 inches x 4 inches wide -- about the size of a chicken egg. This manual rock crusher can also be used to crush CPU chips (hard ceramic material that is smooth on one side) to recycle the gold.
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When it comes to Crushing or Pulverizing Rock Samples nothing works better than The Cobra Crusher. More Convenient and Mobile than a Jaw Crusher. Our Cobra Crusher turns your Angle Grinder into a Mini Rock Crusher Plant with just a squeeze of the trigger.
When you buy this Small Rock Crusher, you also get: An operating manual, the pulley, pre-installed AR450 jaw plates. Without the 1 HP motor or mounting frame. This crusher can operate with gas/diesel engine as well as electric motor. Be sure to ration your speed/sheaves to have 500 RPM on the jaw and you are set to crush-those-rocks.