Mobile crushers, also called mobile crusher plants, are often used due to their different functions, such as crushing stones, waste and building materials. The main purpose of the plant is to crush large stones.
While standard crushers offer similar solutions, mobile crushers offer unique advantages: They are the first choice to replace stationary crushing systems because they reduce transportation needs, lower operating costs and can be easily moved within and between production facilities.
The main advantage of mobile crushers is that they can be deployed on site, eliminating the need to transport material back and forth from the crusher. Mobile crushers can deliver the crushed product themselves, significantly reducing transportation costs when using a static crushing system.
In contrast to mobile crushers, stationary crushers require significant set-up time and can take several weeks before they are even ready for use. Mobile crushers do not require staged assembly and can move on any terrain - reducing processing, operating and transportation costs thanks to the mobility, high efficiency and compactness of the facility.
Mobile crushers can crush materials, screen them and then transport them to the right location - a process that normally requires three machines, meaning a mobile crusher would save three times the cost compared to the normal process.
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Mobile crushers represent the most advanced crushing technology and offer higher performance levels than standard crushers. For intensive mobile operations, no process is too difficult as the machine can be placed and repositioned where it works, reducing the need for excess machinery when transporting materials.
While they can work on their own, mobile crushers can work with other machines and product requirements to offer a more flexible process. For example, a mobile jaw crusher provides personal customisation to meet the specific requirements of the customer. With flexible configuration, mobile jaw crushers can quickly meet any expected production targets – making mobile crushing plants a machine that can meet the needs of every job with ease.
Along with the ability to crush materials, mobile crushing plants can carry out pre-screening and fine-screening, meaning the machine can screen, crush and dispose of materials at the same time, all while providing a level of mobility that allows for a much more versatile offering compared to static crushers.
How much investment does it take to operate a small stone crusher?
The cost of starting up a small stone crushing plant varies depending on several factors such as the size of the plant, the equipment required, the availability and cost of raw materials, the level of automation and technology used, and the location of the factory.
Generally, a small stone crusher with a capacity of 50 to 100 tons per hour requires a capital investment of US$100,000 to US$200,000. This includes the costs of machinery, equipment, raw materials and labor.
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However, please note that costs can vary greatly depending on the specific needs of the property.For example, a plant that uses advanced technology and automation will require a higher capital investment compared to a plant that uses manual labor.
It is advisable to conduct a thorough feasibility study and business plan to determine the exact cost of starting a small stone crusher plant based on your specific requirements and location. This will help you make informed decisions and avoid unexpected costs.