For a Jaw Crusher to perform brilliantly, a lot of components ought to be present in it. Out of these components, it is the Jaw Plates that holds the key to its successful functioning. Located between two plates, it goes a long way in completing the crushing process hassle free.
Now the question arises, out of all components present in a crusher, why is that only these plates require frequent replacements? The reason is – they are the ones who take the severe beating when a crusher is put to use. Today, these plates play a pivotal role for many industries dependant on carrying their operations via these crushers. Not all plates are ideal for all kinds of applications. Therefore, selection of the plates needs to be done according to the demand of the job so that you can reap benefits of its long-lasting lifespan.
The main rationale for making use of Blow Bars is to bring around a reduction in human efforts. Likewise, they are incredibly beneficial in enhancing output, efficient and quality of work. Usually, they come as replaceable hammers that are attached to a rotor of the impact crusher. It contains features of abrasion and is impact resistant steel bars. They are mostly made of high chrome iron and are regularly employed for crushers like SBM, Harti, Metso, Hazemag, Extec, Tesab, Eagle, to name a few.
It is the industries that use mechanical processes of mixing, crushing and aligning of different materials. All these processes are best known for use of sturdy and strong machineries. This is where the role of these bars finds their presence in a number of machineries and the work stations found in the industry’s production unit. The sturdy built makes them ideal choice for many functional areas like Concrete and Brick crushing. They are equally beneficial for Asphalt mixing and Asphalt reclamation.