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Shale Crusher

Shale crusher, with high output, low noise, very good crushing efficiency solves the old breaker crusher or hammer crusher, the problem of excessive liner wear. Energy saving, excellent quality, easy to maintain, and fewer wearing parts and more work area is small, the use of a wide range of fixity strong, both fixed and mobile operations, mobile convenience.

Shale crusher mainly can include jaw shale crusher, impact shale crusher, cone shale crusher, Simmons cone shale crusher, hydraulic shale crusher and mobile shale crusher. XSM shale crusher equipment has exported to too many countries such as America, Italy, Turkey, Australia, Singapore, Vietnam, Iran, Chile, India, Venezuela, Libya, Ethiopia, United Arab Emirates, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzst and received high popularity.








Shale Crushing Plant
Shale crusher is the important equipment in shale quarry. Because the shale's hardness is middle and it is thickness, the common shale crusher is jc Jaw crusher and Simmons Cone crusher. JC Jaw crusher JC Jaw crusher is mainly used to crush mid hardness ores and rocks in metallurgical industry, mining, cement making industry, chemistry, construction, refractory, pottery and porcelain making for secondary and fine crushing. And the Simmons Cone crusher concentrates on the speciality of high-frequency, optimization of cavity-type, reasonable stroke and bases on the advanced technology introduced abroad, follows the conception of laminated crushing principle, more crushing and less grinding.

Shale crushing plant is consist of jc Jaw crusher or Simmons Cone crusher, vibrating feeder, vibrating screen, and belt conveyor.

Shale Basics
Shale is a fine-grained, clastic sedimentary rock composed of mud that is a mix of flakes of clay minerals and tiny fragments (silt-sized particles) of other minerals, especially quartz and calcite. The ratio of clay to other minerals is variable. Shale is characterized by breaks along thin laminae or parallel layering or bedding less than one centimeter in thickness, called fissility. Mudstones, on the other hand, are similar in composition but do not show the fissility. Shales are typically composed of variable amounts of clay minerals and quartz grains and the typical color is gray.

The process in the rock cycle which forms shale is compaction. The fine particles that compose shale can remain suspended in water long after the larger and denser particles of sand have deposited. Shales are typically deposited in very slow moving water and are often found in lakes and lagoonal deposits, in river deltas, on floodplains and offshore from beach sands. They can also be deposited on the continental shelf, in relatively deep, quiet water.

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