The fundamental goal for the design of concrete crushing equipment is an installation that meets the required production requirements, operates at competitive cost, complies with today’s tough environmental regulations, and can be built at a reasonable price despite the rising costs of equipment, energy and construction labor.
There are three main steps in designing a good concrete crushing plant process design, equipment selection, and layout. The first two are dictated by production requirements and design parameters, but the layout can reflect the input, preferences and operational experience of a number of parties.
These can include the owner’s engineering staff, safety personnel, operations and maintenance personnel, equipment manufacturers, and the engineering consultant. Ideally, the consultant combines his knowledge and experience with an understanding of all parties’ needs, to provide a balanced, workable, safe and economic plant design.
On the production site, the block materials will be taken into jaw crusher evenly through vibrating feeder for the first crushing process. Belt conveyor will send the first crushed materials into cone crusher or impact crusher for the secondary crushing stage. Vibrating screen is used to separate the unsuitable size materials. Then the belt conveyor will take these materials back to the crusher to be crushed again. If the materials are too hard to be broken, VSI crusher can be used to break the materials.