gyratory crusher

gyratory crusher

[′jī·rə‚tȯr·ē ′krəsh·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A primary breaking machine in the form of two cones, an outer fixed cone and a solid inner erect cone mounted on an eccentric bearing. Also known as gyratory breaker.
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Based on Metso's industry leading crushing technology, the MKIII is the first high-speed primary gyratory crusher to deliver up to 30 percent higher capacity and 70 percent lower downtime in a comminution circuit.
The rock must be blasted to a small enough size to A) be excavated by front end loaders into haul trucks and B) be small enough for the Gyratory crusher if it is mineralized ore," she explains.
In another example, the oil in a large Fuller-Traylor gyratory crusher at Minera Escondida in Chile was subject to severe contamination from its dusty environment, leading to breakdown of oil-lubricated components.
Specifically, Metso will deliver a primary gyratory crusher for processing of run-of-mine gold ore, together with a semi-autogenous grinding mill and a ball mill for secondary grinding.
During the winter months, Detour Gold will focus on installing most of the mill equipment, including the SAG and ball mills and gyratory crusher, which are scheduled to start arriving at site prior to year-end.
The equipment includes a primary gyratory crusher, an autogenous grinding mill and three vertical grinding mills.
Secondary crushing is accomplished by either an HP100 cone crusher or GP200S gyratory crusher. The GP200S is designed and implemented as a secondary crusher but it can also be used as a tertiary if necessary for the test work.
The transfer drives report back to a centrally located gyratory crusher.
In the new concentrator the ore is crushed in a gyratory crusher and conveyed to a 75,000 t capacity coarse ore stockpile.