The advantages of crawler mobile crusher and sieve machine are as follows:
The greatest benefit of tracked devices is that they provide a self-contained power supply that enables the device to be deployed to remote locations where line power is not available and can be easily repositioned on the job site. These devices can also be up and running in minutes – as opposed to hours or even days – capturing valuable and valuable time and lost production.
If the engines are used to drive directly a high-horsepower crusher (such as a cone crusher), they also do not require the use of large, cumbersome cables that must be connected to the motor for processing. The devices are also generally safer.
A separate power unit for each unit also increases the flexibility of the separation or separation system and only needs to turn on the engine needed for a particular job, which helps offset the cost of liquid fuel. For example, if you only need to produce 40mm of base material, you are likely to burn less engine and less fuel than producing 20mm of asphalt rock.
Historically, diesel engines have been combined with hydraulic motors and control valves for most tracked systems. This simple circuit eliminates mobile cone crushing stations, expensive starters, cables and connectors.
Then there is the service side. The same mechanism that serves your loader can also serve a crawler crusher or an engine on a screen. Moreover, in contrast to electrical systems, hydraulic systems do not require experienced scientists – or at least skilled workers – to maintain them.