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Crushed stone also known as gravel decorative rock or deco gravel is a popular material for both commercial and residential projects Created by crushing large stones it has angular surfaces which help it lock into place for increased stability Crushed rock ranges in size from 38” to 12” in diameter

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    Hammer Crusher

    The hammer crusher, also named heavy hammer crusher, crushes by the collisions between high-speed hammer and materials. It has features of simple structure, high reduction ration, high efficiency, etc.

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    Roll Crusher

    Roll crusher is a crushing machine researched and manufactured by our company for coarse crushing.

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    Vibratory feeder in the production line can transport the material with the shape of massive and particles smoothly to the feeding device in a stable time.

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    Jaw Crusher

    This series of jaw crusher belongs to stone crushing equipment which is widely used in the works of metallurgy, mining, cement, chemistry, refractory and ceramics as well as highway construction and water conservancy.

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    The convery belt is mainly composed by the expansion cylinder on both ends and the closed belts tightly knotted on them.

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    Linear Vibrating Screen

    Linear vibrating screen is widely used for screening any dry materials whose diameter is 0.074-15mm and the biggest feeding granularity is less than 20mm.


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  • Can I use crushed coral in a freshwatertropical aquarium +

    Can I use crushed coral in a freshwatertropical aquarium

    Nov 22 2008 · If you have a large aquarium and dont plan to keep african cichlids then it may be a good idea to use regular gravel from the start As a rule branch coral should not be used in a freshwater aquarium because most fish can hurt themselves if they run into it Goldfish especially are easily damaged by sharp rocks and rough shells

  • Use CrushedRock Top Dressing to Enhance Your Succulent +

    Use CrushedRock Top Dressing to Enhance Your Succulent

    Add a thick layer of crushed rock and those few weeds that do sprout will be easier to pull My preference is to use an inorganic top dressing such as crushed rock or pebbles rather than shredded bark which can be too waterretentive and may harbor molds insects and snails By diffusing the impact of rain gravel also helps prevent erosion