Granite is an igneous rock that forms when magma cools slowly beneath the earth’s surface, forming large, easily visible crystals of quartz , feldspar, and mica. Scientifically, an intrusive (plutonic) igneous rock must contain between 10% and 50% quartz to be classified as granite, but other similar stones such as gabbro, diabase, anorthosite, sodalite, gneiss, basalt are sometimes .
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Jaw crusher for granite crushing :You can choose our jaw crusher as primary crushers for your granite crushing plant.jaw crusher can process raw materials with capacities varying from 1-1000t/h. their output size can be 10 - 300mm,compression strength is less than 320Mpa.
CS Series cone crusher for granite crushing :CS Series cone crusher is suitable for secondary, tertiary and fine crushing stages. with capacities varying from 27 - 559t/h. their output size can be 3-64mm.
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Granite quarry machine
A whole granite crushing plant always need jaw crusher as primary crusher,cone crusher or impact crusher as secondary and fine crusher, vibrating feeders for granite blocks feeding into jaw crusher,belt conveyors transport crushed granite ,vibrating screens for crushed granite screening
Granite processing unit
Processing operations include much more variation than extraction. Nevertheless, the general procedures begin with initial cutting, followed by application of a finish, and conclude with a second cutting or shaping step. Due to the array of stone products, the second and/or third steps may be eliminated, specifically when the product will have a “natural” appearance. Figure 2 depicts the fabrication process.
Processing commences with transportation of the (raw) stone from the quarry to the processing facility, as depicted by Figure 2. It should be noted that this step may consist of multiple transportation steps; prior to reaching the doors of the facility, the stone may be transferred to a number of vendors or distribution locations worldwide. Additionally, some granite (blocks) may have been cut into slabs before reaching the main fabrication plant. These are most commonly sliced to a thickness of 3/4 in (2 cm) or 1-1/4 in (3 cm) in lengths of approximately10-12 ft and widths around 3-5 ft. The route that the stone takes through the plant therefore depends on its physical state upon arrival, as well as the product to be produced.