With several ten's years experience and advanced crushing technology, SBM experts designed the HPC series cone crusher for various types of stone crushing applications. The unique replace system can quickly replace components in crushing chamber for meeting various particle size requirements. It has many benefits such as easier installation and operation, flexible application, more reliable, more smooth functioning comparing with spring and traditional cone crusher. Now the HPC series cone crusher has wide application in secondary crushing of many kinds of stones and rocks.
HPC series cone crusher is applied to cement mill, mining, building construction, road &bridge construction, railway construction and metallurgy and some other industries. Materials like iron ore, granite, limestone, quartzite, sandstone, cobblestone and some others are easily crushed by cone crusher.
Cone crusher was born in the early 20th century. Spring Cone Crusher is U.S. Simmons (Symons) brothers developed, so called Symons cone crusher.
The late 1940s, the company launched the first American Allis Chalmers bottom-cylinder hydraulic cone crusher is developed in gyratory crushers, based on the steep cone crusher.
50-60 years, France Dragon's subsidiaries Babbitless company and Japan's Kobe Steel Ltd., launched the upper cylinder, surrounding single-cylinder hydraulic cone crusher.
70-80 years, the United States Allis Chalmers company introduced high-energy hydraulic cone crusher on the basis of the bottom of the single-cylinder hydraulic cone crusher on.
Since the 1990s, the United States launched the EIJOYⅡ Cedarapids type, MVP-type cone crusher; American Nordberg has introduced a new generation of HP series cone crusher; Sweden Svedala company launched a new H series cone crusher; Japan's Kobe Steel Ltd. launched AF type cone crusher and cone crusher 2300ASC type: Ural Institute of Machinery and Michalis Nobel Institute to develop a new short head cone crusher.
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