The whole fixed jaw crusher machines are placed on the base of the steel fabricated subframe, and the main machine and the base are connected through a short-absorbing pad, which have little influence on the foundation. Fixed Jaw Crusher Working Principle The motor drives the belt and the grooved wheel which connects the eccentric shaft.
Working part of jaw crusher is two pieces of jaw plate, one is fixed jaw plate (fixed jaw), vertical (or slightly upper camber) fixed in the front wall of the body, and the other is movable jaw plate (moving jaw), location inclined to form the next big small crushing chamber (working chamber) and the fixed jaw.
A jaw crusher is a compression type crusher, comprised of a fixed jaw and moving jaw positioned in a (V). The movable jaw compresses material against the fixed jaw, crushing the material to the desired size. The material exits the jaw through the bottom of the crusher otherwise, known as the discharge opening.
All jaw crushers feature two jaws: one of which is fixed while the other moves. The working principle of jaw crushers is based on the reciprocating movement of the movable jaw that compresses and crushes the rock or ore between itself and the fixed jaw, as the material enters the zone between the jaws.
The composition of a jaw crusher is characterized by its two jaw plates, one fixed and the other moving, both oriented to create a V-shaped chamber through which materials fall and become repeatedly crushed. These crusher jaw plates are most often corrugated in appearance but can also be smooth.
Release the spring nut, remove the spring, use the chain or wire rope in the lower part of the movable jaw. Then pull the wire rope, the movable jaw close to the fixed jaw, the elbow plate will automatically fall at the same time. After the old bracket is removed, the new bracket is pulled into the bracket by a wire rope.