You will learn how to analyze a rock crushing requirement and select the appropriate equipment. You will also
learn how to select a site and design a layout for a rock crusher complex and how to evaluate it's operation.
This lesson has two parts:
Analyze a Rock Crushing Requirement and Select the equipment.
Select the site and plan the layout for the Rock Crusher Complex and evaluate it's operation.
Frequently, there is not sufficient time to properly design and lay out a rock crushing facility. This is usually due
to the fact that a need for crushed stone exists before the crusher is set up. Often the errors made in the initial
design and layout of the installation are of such magnitude that production is affected considerably. In extreme
cases, the plant must shut down to make the necessary corrections. Three areas should be considered in the plant
design and layout phase of construction. The areas are equipment selection, site selection, and plant erection.