UNLOCK THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS - THE RIGHT CSS WITHOUT TEARS

PART 1

Every part of the quarry process has an impact on the final result and economy. But the final-stage cone crusher has a special place of importance as the last size-reduction step. Issues such as overcrushing cannot be rectified at this stage – rock cannot be repaired. Strict control over the crushing chamber is necessary in order to secure the most profitable output, minimize wear and avoid downtime.

One of the critical factors is achieving the optimum closed-side setting (CSS) for the desired output. The key is to balance yield with production profit. Certain fractions are always more valuable, but getting more of them may also increase fines.

Find the CSS that give you the best overall result.

CSS without tears

The right CSS is critical to output and profitability. Here’s what you need to know.

Correct CSS setting (PDF document, 5.1 MB)

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