Jaw Crusher


A.M. KING provides access to a premium selection of used and unused Jaw Crushers. Discover our robust crushing solutions and deploy with confidence and precision in your mining operations.

Introduction to Jaw Crushers

Jaw Crushers play a crucial role in mining and aggregate processing by reducing large raw materials, including hard rocks and minerals, into smaller sizes for further processing. Renowned for their efficiency, durability, and reliability, these crushers are built to perform optimally under the toughest conditions, significantly enhancing mining productivity.

UNDERSTANDING Jaw Crushers: The Mechanics

Jaw Crushers employ leverage and pressure to efficiently crush materials, using a motor-driven eccentric shaft that moves the swing jaw in a robust frame. These crushers are designed for durability and consistent output, with advanced models featuring hydraulic settings for easy adjustments and enhanced safety.


Jaw Crushers are vital in mining operations, adept at crushing various ores and rocks during primary crushing stages. Their robust design supports both open-pit and underground mining, ensuring precise, reliable performance and boosting overall productivity.

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Introduction to Jaw Crushers: Essential Equipment in Mining Operations

Jaw Crushers are fundamental in mining and aggregate processing, providing the initial step in material reduction. These robust machines are designed to handle large blocks of raw materials, including hard rocks and minerals, and transform them into smaller, manageable sizes for further processing. Our Jaw Crushers stand out in the market for their efficiency, durability, and reliability, making them an indispensable part of any mining equipment fleet. Built to withstand the toughest conditions, our crushers ensure optimal performance, enhancing the overall productivity of mining operations.

Understanding the Mechanics of Jaw Crushers

Jaw Crushers utilize leverage and pressure to crush material between a moving jaw plate and a fixed jaw. Driven by a motor, the eccentric shaft moves the swing jaw, which compresses and breaks the material in a continuous motion until it’s small enough to pass through the crusher’s bottom. The robust frame and heavy-duty bearings ensure durability and consistent output size, suitable for demanding mining tasks. Advanced models feature hydraulic settings for easy size adjustment and jam clearance, boosting both safety and efficiency.

Applications of Jaw Crushers in Mining

Jaw Crushers are incredibly versatile, pivotal in various mining operations for crushing different types of ore and rock. These crushers are instrumental in primary crushing stages, often reducing large boulders to smaller sizes for easier handling and processing downstream. Their application extends beyond mere size reduction, contributing significantly to both open-pit and underground mining operations where precision and reliability are critical. With their robust design, our Jaw Crushers manage a wide range of materials, ensuring efficient processing and a boost in productivity for all mining activities.

Key Features and Advantages of Our Jaw Crushers

Our Jaw Crushers are engineered with cutting-edge technology to meet the demands of modern mining operations. Key features include high crushing capacity, superior durability, and an exceptional reduction ratio, making them highly efficient and cost-effective. Additionally, these machines are designed with user safety in mind, incorporating advanced safety features that protect operators from potential hazards. The low maintenance requirements and energy efficiency of our Jaw Crushers also make them an economically smart choice for mining companies looking to optimize their operational costs.

Exploring Types of Jaw Crushers

Jaw Crushers are categorized into two main types based on the swing jaw’s mechanism: single toggle and double toggle. Both types have their unique advantages and are chosen based on the application and material processing needs.

Both types of Jaw Crushers are built to offer maximum efficiency and durability. Selecting the right type depends not only on specific application requirements but also on material characteristics, plant capacity, and expected end-product quality. By understanding these differences, mining operations can better tailor their equipment choices to match their unique needs, optimizing both performance and cost-efficiency.

Single Toggle vs Double Toggle

Single Toggle Jaw Crushers are generally lighter and more compact than their double toggle counterparts. They operate with one toggle plate that acts as a pivot and directly transfers motion to the swing jaw. This design allows for a more straightforward construction and requires fewer parts, leading to lower initial costs and easier maintenance. Single toggle crushers are ideal for crushing softer particles and can efficiently produce a relatively uniform output size.

Double Toggle Jaw Crushers, on the other hand, feature two toggle plates and a more complex movement of the swinging jaw, which leads to more powerful crushing capabilities. These crushers generate a compressive action that applies more force across the entire length of the crushing chamber, making them better suited for handling tougher, larger, and harder materials. Additionally, the double toggle design minimizes wear and tear on the machine, making it more durable and suitable for high-volume crushing tasks.