Heavy apron feeder in iron ore crushing plant
For iron ore manufacturing process, heavy apron feeder is the necessary assistant equipment. DSMAC heavy apron feeder is suitable for both medium and large scale iron ore plants and can be used for transporting all kinds of block and large materials. What’s more, heavy apron feeder is the first choice for feeding various high temperature and high humidity materials, so it can better adapt to fairly harsh working conditions. So it has been widely recognized in iron ore plants all over the world and received high popularity.
In addition, heavy apron feeder for aggregate crushing plant also is widely used in mining, metallurgy, coal, chemical industry, power industry etc.
Heavy apron feeder performance advantages
DSMAC heavy apron feeder for bauxite crusher has many unique advantages for attracting more and more worldwide customers. For example, it has an integral matching scraper conveyor with built-in drive to handle spillage. This system ensures an economic layout and increased belt conveyor length vis-à-vis a conventional system with spillage chute. The feeders are specially designed to minimize maintenance.
Heavy apron feeder technical main parameter
DSMAC heavy apron feeder technical main parameter mainly consists of BW1000、BW1200、BW1250、BW1500、BW1800、BW2200、BW2400, and the production capacity ranks from 60t/h to 1100t/h for customers to select.
Heavy apron feeder price for Coal Crushing Plant
Heavy apron feeder price from DSMAC is the lowest in the world and the quality is widely recognized. Lu Hong Bo, CEO of DSMAC, said, “price and quality are the life of our enterprise. As the representative of China’s most outstanding enterprises, we are dedicated to setting a good example. Confronting a new round of international market competition, we understand deeply that only when we broaden our horizon, consider our situation, keep pace with the times and innovate can we take the lead. Achieving national prosper is not only our people’s expectation, but also our devoted dream and pursuit.”