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Retsch Jaw Crusher BB 600 XL NEW PRODUCT
"The Jaw Crusher BB 600 XL is used for rapid, effective, crushing and pre-crushing of medium-hard, hard, brittle and tough materials.
Due to the low installation height (1 m), the BB 600 XL is ideally suited for continuous operation in automatic installations and sampling stations. Thanks to the compact design of the BB 600 XL it may replace a jaw crusher in existing installations.
Small sample amounts with large particle sizes can be crushed batch-wise in the Jaw Crusher BB 600 XL." (RETSCH)
alloys, basalt, cement clinker, ceramics, chamotte, coal, coke, construction materials, feldspar, glass, granite, minerals, ores, oxide ceramics, quartz, rocks, silicon, slag, ...
high crushing ratio
high throughput up to 3,500 kg/h
adjustable gap width setting
size of breaking jaws 600 mm high / 400 mm wide
no-rebound feed hopper
easy-to-clean crushing chamber
continuous and batch-wise crushing
connector for dust extraction
central lubrication (optional)
suitable for integration in automatic installations
|Applications||coarse and pre-crushing|
|Field of application||chemistry / plastics, construction materials, engineering / electronics, environment / recycling, geology / metallurgy, glass / ceramics|
|Feed material||medium-hard, hard, brittle, tough|
|Size reduction principle||pressure|
|Material feed size*||< 350 x 170 mm|
|Final fineness*||< 6 mm|
|Material of grinding tools||manganese steel|
|Jaw width||400 x 240 mm|
|Gap width setting||6 - 60 mm with spacer plates|
|Dust extraction unit||yes|
|Process line version||optional|
|Collector capacity||30 l|
|Drive power||15 kW|
|Electrical supply data||different voltages|
|Protection code||IP 55|
|W x H x D closed||925 x 1600 x 1370 mm|
|Net weight||~ 1350 kg|
*depending on feed material and instrument configuration/settings
"The Jaw Crusher BB 600 XL is a robust and powerful jaw crusher. The feed material passes through the no-rebound hopper and enters the crushing chamber.
Size reduction takes place in the wedge-shaped area between the fixed breaking jaw and the moveable breaking jaw driven by an eccentric drive shaft. The elliptical motion crushes the sample which then moves downwards under gravity.
On reaching the discharge gap width, it falls into a removable collector or, for continuous applications, on a conveyor belt, vibratory feeder or sampler." (RETSCH)