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The fundamental goal for the design of a crushing plant is an installation that meets the required production requirements, operates at competitive cost, complies with today's tough environmental regulations, and can be built at a reasonable price despite the rising costs of equipment, energy and construction labor.These can include the owner's engineering staff, safety personnel, operations and maintenance personnel, equipment manufacturers, and the engineering consultant.Ideally, the consultant combines his knowledge and experience with an understanding of all parties' needs, to provide a balanced, workable, safe and economic plant design.Capital cost direct costs.The largest primary gyratory crushers cost us $2 million or more, while overall crushing plant costs can be as high as $18 million.It's necessary therefore to estimate crusher installation costs based on equipment costs plus the following direct costs, including construction contractor indirects: earthworks, mechanical, concrete, electrical, structural steel, instrumentation, architectural indirect costs.Indirect costs can fall within a range of 40 to 60% of the direct costs, and include: construction indirects, startup and commissioning, construction equipment, freight, spare parts/first fill, taxes/duties, engineering, procurement and construction management (epcm), owner's costs (relocation, hiring and training personnel, permits, licensing fees, etc).In addition to the above, a contingency to cover unforeseen costs will be in the range of 10 to 20% of the sum of the direct and indirect costs.The designer must be aware of the project-specific costs of all such elements, so that he can monitor costs and promote methods of reducing total installation costs.In some locations, for example, labor and material costs could make a gabion wall more expensive than a poured concrete wall, which has minimal structural backfill.Ore characteristics ore characteristics are a critical element in both crusher selection and plant design.Dry ores require greater provisions for dust suppression and collection, including dust enclosures around screens, sealing on conveyor skirts, and vacuum and wash-down systems.Wet, sticky ores can plug chutes, reduce surge capacity, and decrease the live storage capacity of bins and silos.To address this problem, chutes must be easily accessible for clean-up, and large feeder openings must be provided for bins, silos and tunnels.If it is practical to obtain representative ore samples, it is prudent to have testwork conducted to establish ore flow properties, which will influence design parameters.At virtually all mines, ore characteristics change over time, and it can be costly to 'design in' the optimal flexibility required to handle such changes.Some owners stipulate that initial capital investment be kept to a minimum, with design modifications paid for out of the operating budget.This is not always easy to achieve.Safety and environment safety must be designed into all mining facilities.North american mines must comply with local and national regulations such as osha, msha, the mines act and the wcb.The modern plant includes safety guards around all moving equipment, and emergency pull-cords on both sides of any conveyors with personnel access.The maintenance department and safety officer must keep these safeguards in working order.Ongoing safety training of plant personnel is imperative, and is considered to be one of the most vital and monitored feature of most mining operations.Dust emissions must comply with the latest regulations for the jurisdiction.Designers must make provisions for the installation of dust abatement, suppression or collection equipment.Spillages from feeders, chutes and conveyors must be minimized.Spill collection can be 'designed in' on feeder installations; chute designs can minimize spillage at receiving and discharge points; and conveyor belts can be widened to be more forgiving (e.G., skirting internal back-to-back width can be reduced to allow the belt more side travel.) skirting should be extended a minimum of three belt widths past the load point.Rules for conveyor and load point design should be used for guidance only, with transfers custom-designed to suit a particular project.It goes without saying that clean plants have lower operating costs.Crushers, screens and dust-collection fans all contribute to high noise levels.Air-cooled lubrication systems are not only noisy, but often leak oil.Well-balanced, choke-fed crushers, dustenclosed screens and dust collector fans with silencers can keep noise levels under control.Recirculating water can be used to cool crusher lubrication systems.Stone crusher plant:http://www.Crusher-machine.Com/1.Htmlstone crushing plant:http://www.Hxjqchina.Com/n26.Htmlvibrating screen:http://www.Hxjqchina.Com/product-list_56.Html.

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