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Peninsula Crusher Works

Peninsula Crusher Works offers a variety of engineered products to support your crushing and mining operations. Our products are second to none in quality and durability. We take pride in designs that are specifically engineered to be easily installed and maintained in the field; helping to cut down the cost of installation and maintenance.


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Working Principle of Crushers

Working Principle of Crushers. On left is a showing of the "standard gyratory with straight concaves" is a section through any vertical, radial plane in the crushing chamber of one of the intermediate sizes of the crusher. In order to understand the crushing action in such a chamber it is helpful to consider the process as though each step took place in an orderly, and "ideal" fashion.


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About Us - Crusher Works

About Us. Crusher Works is a company based in Birmingham, Alabama that sells and services aggregate machinery with products including Crushers, Screens, Shredders, Conveyors, Hammers, Drills and many others. Our company has a combined experience of over 30 years supporting a wide range of industries including recycling, sand and gravel ...


Crusher Works is an authorized dealer of world leading, quality equipment from many sources including , EDGE and BANDIT INDUSTRIES serving Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee and the Gulf Coast areas. We sell, rent and service products including mobile crushers, screens, shredders, picking stations, grinders, compactors, hammers, material classifiers and conveyors.


The goal of the tertiary (third), quaternary (fourth) or final reduction stage of the crushing process is to size and shape rock or other material into a marketable product. Again, there may be overlap between stages in terms of which crusher styles work best.


For primary crushing with a reduction ratio of 6 to 1. When a relatively coarse product is desired, top size usually larger than 38 mm (1 1/2") Closed Circuit Crushing System To control top size from a single crusher operating in an open circuit, material must remain in the crushing chamber until the material is reduced to top size.