Jaw Crusher Modules

We have combined a vibrating hopper,  jaw crusher and a stacking conveyor belt, integrating it into a machine we call a jaw crusher module. These are offered with the full range of jaw crusher sizes from our 6” x 10”, up to our 16” x 24 “ jaw crushers. These modules are ideal for a variety of industries, from ore processing to construction waste management and more.

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Overview

Product Description

By combining our vibrating hopper, jaw crusher, and stacking conveyor belt into an integrated system, our jaw crusher module provides hands-free crushing and stacking of materiels you would normally run through a jaw crusher. The first module in our turnkey ore processor system, the module also operates as a stand-alone machine, great for processing quarry gravel, broken concrete, and demolition waste, as well as scrap granite and quartz counter top material for landscape fill. These are offered with the full range of jaw crusher sizes from our 6” x 10”, up to our 16” x 24 “ jaw crushers.

The components of the Jaw Crusher Module are:

  • Vibrating hopper
  • 20′ Conveyor belt
  • Jaw crusher
  • All mounted on a steel framework

Uses

Uses

Jaw crushers are used in a wide variety of industries across many fields.  Below are just some of the materials crushed by our customers:

  • Hardrock metallic and non-metallic ores: gold/silver/copper, wollastonite, barite, tungsten, quartz, coal, limestone
  • Aggregate: field stones, river rock, blast rock, lava rock
  • Construction waste: asphalt, concrete, bricks, pavers, etc.
  • Decorative stone industry waste: cuttings, remnants, granite scrap, marble, sandstone
  • Recycled materials: glass, metallic slag, porcelain, compressed metallic blocks
  • Fertilizer components
  • Sea shells and bones

Hardrock Mining

The jaw crusher has been a staple of the hardrock mining industry since its invention.  It is used as a primary crusher for all types of ores.  The jaw typically takes the larger run of mine product and produces a sized discharge for feed to a secondary crusher such as a cone crusher, ball mill, or hammer mill.  We have sold our jaw crushers to many different industries over the years, but the hard rock mining industry is still our #1 purchaser of our jaw crushers and other equipment.  See the video below of one of our 6″x10″  jaw crushers crushing hard quartz ore: