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looking for small jaw crusher does any one have one ?

Discussion in 'Crushers' started by bigrich954rr, Dec 26, 2018.

  1. bigrich954rr

    bigrich954rr Well-Known Member

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    im in need of a bunch of crushed rock i have a bunch of round river rock pockets near by the house.

    2 hour trip to get rock .
    Is there a small jaw crusher 10 x15 opening about size doesn't have to be fast hoping to load let it work ever so often fill the hopper up. would like to be about to make 4 inch to 1/2 crushed rock.

    just looking for the jaw crusher and maybe some belting

    would be shipping or picking up near north east Oregon
     
  2. funwithfuel

    funwithfuel Senior Member

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    10x15 is a bit on the small side to be asking it to produce 4". What is your typical feed size of this river rock. Keep in mind, river rock , nice and round , likes to shoot straight up and out of the jaw. Like a geyser. Perhaps a HSI unit might suit your needs a little better. I wouldn't suggest a cone unless you could keep it choked full of material all day long.
    Maybe look at KPI GT125. It's a track mount, small for a production unit, will gobble through some rock. Made in 'merica!
     
  3. grandpa

    grandpa Senior Member

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    Jaw or cone, either way, your going to need a screen also to size 3/4 inch material. Then as soon as you get ready to produce, you fall into MSHA standards. Once you go down that rabbit hole there's no turning back. Even if you produce a little, they will find you. Makes the two hour trip look a little better if your not going to jump in with both feet. But thats just my opinion..
     
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  4. Esfoder

    Esfoder Active Member

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    I have a 10x36 in Hermiston ? Telesmith
     
  5. Jonas302

    Jonas302 Senior Member

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    Sounds like your needing a old jaw roll screen plant something like cedar rapids commander plant
     
  6. bigrich954rr

    bigrich954rr Well-Known Member

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    Can you send some pics to my email of the 10x36 crusher
     
  7. bigrich954rr

    bigrich954rr Well-Known Member

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    Can you send pics to my email
     
  8. Esfoder

    Esfoder Active Member

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    Yes I can.

    Dusty
     
  9. Esfoder

    Esfoder Active Member

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    Give me a call when you get a chance.541-571-6913



    Dusty