Features

kinglink's jaw crusher is engineered for even the toughest mining applications thanks to its heavy-duty design. Characterized by an attention to detail in its design and manufacture, this machine is an excellent choice when you need high production and low total cost.

kinglink's crushers are of the single-toggle type with advanced features for optimized performance, easy maintenance, long life and a low cost per ton. These crushers feature a deep, symmetrical crushing chamber, easy settings adjustment, a large feed opening for its size, and an ideal nip angle that offers smooth material flow and high reduction efficiency.
 

Benefits

  • Simple structure, easy maintenance;
  • Stable performance, high capacity;
  • Even final particles and high crushing ratio;
  • Adopt advanced manufacturing technique and high-end materials;

 Easy to install


kinglink's Jaw crusher has a range of bolt-on options, including an on-board motor base, and guarding for the flywheel and drives made from specially developed composite materials, which makes the unit simple to install as a crusher only or as a complete module in a new or existing plant.

 


The most versatile primary crusher

Kinglink's Series jaw crushers are most commonly used as primary crushers, to make the first step of size reduction. In some cases the jaw crushers is used to produce final end product but in most cases the jaw crusher is used to prepare the feed for the secondary crusher in a crushing and screening process.

Specifications
 PE Series
 Model
Feed Oping
     (mm)

 
  Max Feeding 
     (mm)
        
 Discharge Oping
     (mm)
          
 Capacity
      (t/h)
          
 
REV
(r/min)
 

  
   Power
     (kw)
    
Weigth
     (t)
      
PE250×400 250×400 210 20-60 5-30 300 15 2.8
PE400×600 400×600 340 40-100 16-85 275 30 6.5
PE500×750 500×750 425 50-100 45-130 275 55 10.1
PE600×900 600×900 500 60-160 50-160 250 55-75 15.5
PE750×1060 750×1060 630 80-140 52-180 250 110 28
PE800×1060 800×1060 650 100-200 85-185 250 110 30
PE870×1060 870×1060 670 200-260 181-210 250 110 30.5
PE900×1200 900×1200 750 195-265 140-280 200 110-132 50
PE1000×1200  1000×1200 850 195-265 160-390 200 110-132 51
PE1200×1500        1200×1500        1020 150-300 300-780 180 160 100.9
PEX250×750 250×750 210 25-60 8-30 330 22 4.9
PEX250×1000 250×1000 210 25-60 16-68 330 30-37 6.5
PEX250×1200 250×1200 210 25-60 20-78 330 37 7.7
PEX300×1300 300×1300 250 20-90 20-118 330 55 11

 * Smaller closed side settings can be often used depending on application and production requirements. For a performance estimation for your specific application, please contact Kinglink.

The above figures represent through the crusher capacities, which are based on a feed material with an average specific gravity of 2.7 t/m3, a maximum feed size that will enter the crusher without bridging and material finer than the crushers closed side setting removed. The capacities may vary depending on the feeding method and on feed characteristics such as gradation, bulk density, moisture, clay content and crushability. Measurement of the crusher’s closed side setting varies depending on the jaw profile that is being used and has an impact on the crusher’s capacity and product gradation. The following factors will enhance crusher capacity and performance:

1. Proper selection of the jaws.

2. Proper feed gradation.

3. Controlled feed rate.

4. Sufficient feeder capacity and width.

5. Adequate crusher discharge area.

6. Discharge conveyor sized to convey maximum crusher capacity.