Talc Crushing Process
Talc, which is a soft, hydrous magnesium silicate, is widely applied in many industries including the manufacture of ceramics, paints, paper, and asphalt roofing. A coarse grayish-green high-talc rock is soapstone or steatite and has been used for stoves, sinks, electrical switchboards, crayons, soap, etc.
Due to its soft property, talc crushing generally is operated in two stages to get required particle size. Talc ore generally is hauled to the plant by truck from a nearby mine. The ore is crushed, typically in a jaw crusher, and screened. The coarse (oversize) material then is returned to the impact crusher. Rotary dryers may be used to dry the material. Secondary grinding is achieved with pebble mills or roller mills, producing a product that is 345 to 100 mesh in size.
Talc Crusher Machine Price
The talc crusher machine has the benefits of true mobility and flexibility for various application, such as quarrying, mining, construction and recycling, to meet modern requirements of high efficiency and low operating costs.
Each crusher is designed to work with a certain maximum size of raw material, and often delivers its output to a screening machine which sorts and directs the product for further processing. Jaw crusher is the best choice for primary talc crushing stage. In jaw crusher operation, this mechanical pressure is achieved by the two jaws of the crusher of which one is fixed while the other reciprocates.
The jaw crusher for talc processing is available with stationary and mobile type. The production capacity ranges from 40tph to 1500tph. It can be applied in small, medium and large scale crushing applications.