Philippines 450-500 t/h basalt broken production line customer example

Filipino customers before the site of the basalt broken with other manufacturers of equipment, production in general, maintenance costs are high, less than 3 years to replace most of the main equipment. In December 2015 the customer replaced the SBM's two HST315 single-cylinder hydraulic cone crusher and a PE900 × 1200 jaw crusher, the host device HST315 single-cylinder hydraulic cone breaking the top of the intelligent control, after nearly a month Of the transformation of installation and commissioning, has been put into operation, to produce fine gravel aggregate size, in the building materials market by the favor, the market has a higher price, the user of SBM products and services are very satisfied.

In accordance with customer requirements, basalt broken after the finished product has five, so the SBM engineers in the production line configuration with the original production line equipment, replacing the production capacity and efficiency of low crushing and crushing equipment, while multi-level finished screening , Equipped with PLC intelligent control and dust removal system to ensure that the entire production line of high efficiency and environmental protection.

On-site production line has PE900 × 1200 jaw crusher, two HST315 single-cylinder hydraulic cone crusher, a ZSW420 × 110 feeder, five 3Y2160 round vibrating screen, a transfer silo, a dust removal system, a dozen Conveyor belt machine.

Process analysis

20-750mm basalt through the earth and stone separation by the ZSW420 × 110 feeder to the first broken PE900 × 1200 jaw crusher, crushed to 0-300mm through the belt conveyor to the transfer silo. Transferred to the bottom of the hopper with hydraulic valves and small vibration feeder, the feeding to the two HST315 single-cylinder hydraulic cone broken broken, and then enter the two 3Y2160 round vibrating screen, the 40mm above the material back to the transfer bin, sieve Under the material through three 3Y2160 round shaker screening finished.

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