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Roll crusher (roller crusher) is suitable for the fine crushing of the materials with feeding size less than 110mm, and finished particle size 3-30mm.

Processing capacity:5-100t/h

Feeding size:≤25-≤100

Roller diameter: 400-700mm

Applied materials: Limestone, slag, coke, coal, salt, chalk, gypsum, alums, brick, tile, etc.

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