This working site is open-pit mining,located in Johannesburg,South Africa.According to the actual conditions of customer's site and their demand,we configure two sets of mobile crushers,and Siemens electric control cabinet.After a few days commissioning the equipment run stable and the final products meet customer's demand.Our customer is quite satisfied.
|Processing type:||Excavator->Feeder->Primary Jaw Crusher->Screening->Secondary HP Cone Crusher|
|Processing material:||Manganese ore(40% grade)||Primary feeding size:||720mm|
|Mining scheme:||Open-pit||Finished product size:||-40mm|
|Mode of transport:||Train->Shipping|
|Supply Scope:||Primary mobile jaw crushing station:GZD1300*4900,Jaw Crusher PEW860 Secondary mobile cone crushing & screening station:HPT300,Vibrating Screen 3YZS1860 SIEMENS electric control cabinet Belt conveyor|
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