There are significant differences between sand making machines and crushers in many aspects:

XGN-SZJ series double rotor sand making machinePF Series Impact Crusher

Working principle: The working principle of the sand making machine is to feed the raw materials into the machine through the vibrating feeder. The raw materials collide and break with the rotor in the high-speed rotating rotor area of the sand making machine, and then the sand and gravel that meet the requirements are passed through the screening device. Pellets are sent out. The crusher uses a motor to drive a gear device to impact the material at high speed, causing the material to be crushed by a huge impact force.

Scope of application: The sand making machine is mainly used to process machine-made sand, and can perform multiple rounds of sand making based on actual needs. The crusher is widely used in mining, construction, transportation, chemical industry and other fields. It is mainly used for coarse, medium and fine crushing of various materials, as well as crushing and shaping.

Production efficiency: Generally speaking, the production efficiency of the crusher is higher because the particle size of the materials it handles is smaller, and the production efficiency of the crushing equipment is higher. For small and medium-sized production projects, crushers are often used as the main crushing equipment; while large-scale production projects may prefer to use sand making machines.

Feed particle size: The feed particle size of the crusher is usually larger, and the diameter is generally around 1 meter to 2 meters. On the contrary, the feed particle size of the sand making machine is smaller, generally controlled at about 20~30cm, and the feed particle size is clearly defined and cannot exceed the limit set by the equipment, otherwise the equipment may be damaged.

To sum up, there are significant differences between sand making machines and crushers in terms of working principles, application scope, production efficiency and feed particle size. When choosing which equipment to use, comprehensive considerations should be made based on factors such as specific production needs, material characteristics, and equipment performance.