CCP Replacement Parts for Symons Cone Crusher
Symons Cone Crushers have been the standard technology in cone crushing for over 70 years and CCP has been making parts for this large population of crushers for nearly as long, providing better customer support than typical Symons parts suppliers. From a 2ft Standard to a 7ft Extra Heavy-Duty Shorthead, CCP carries the premium replacement parts for your unit. In most cases, we have the part on the shelf and ready for immediate shipment. In some cases, CCP has even improved the conventional design of the part to enhance durability and performance. Whether you need to replace the mainframe liners, the hydraulic cylinders, or the socket sealing rings, cone liner, bowl liner… CCP has your Symons Cone Crusher parts need to be covered.
CCP Replacement Parts for Symons Cone Crushers Include:
Bottle Neck – The dimension between the inside diameter of the bowl liner and outside diameter of the main shaft sleeve on a Standard crusher. This dimension can be a restricting area when compared to the feed opening on the open side.
Bowl Liner – Secured inside of the bowl to protect it from wear.
Feed Opening Closed Side – The dimension representing the maximum feed opening when the mantle is closest to the bowl liner.
Feed Opening Open Side – The dimension representing the maximum feed opening when the mantle is farthest away from the bowl liner.
Filler Pieces – Cast steel segments that are welded to the inside of the bowls on Standard crushers to reduce the quantity of backing when installing a fine or medium bowl liner in a coarse bowl.
Head Wear Ring – A conical rolled steel part that is usually supplied in segments that is welded to the head below the mantle when using short liners in a SHORT HEAD® crusher. The head wear ring prevents erosion to the head from the discharge of crushed material in a short crushing chamber. The head wear ring is changed once for two to three mantle changes.
Locking Collar – A threaded component which is bolted to the top of the SHORT HEAD® onto which the locking nut is attached. The threads of the locking collar are left hand.
Locking Nut – A threaded component that is turned onto the locking collar to exert a clamping force on the mantle. The threads of the locking nut are left hand. The locking nut is changed once for two to three mantle changes.
Locking Nut Cover – A component which is threaded into the upper portion of the locking nut SHORT HEAD® to keep material from damaging the upper portion of the head. The threads of the locking nut cover are left hand.
Lower Mantle – On 5 ½ and 7 foot crushers, the mantles are in two pieces, upper mantle and lower mantle. The two piece configuration reduces the mantle change out cost because most of the wear is done to the lower mantle. The upper mantle is changed once for two to three lower mantle changes.
Main Shaft Nut – The locking mechanism on Standard crushers and 4 foot, 4 ¼ foot and 5 ½ foot SHORT HEAD® with standard main shafts. The threads in the main shaft nut are right hand threads.
Main Shaft Sleeve – Used on standard crushers and 4 foot, 4 ¼ foot and 5 ½ foot SHORT HEAD® with standard main shafts. The main shaft sleeve protects the portion that extends above the head. The main shaft sleeve is changed once for two to three mantle changes.
Mantle – Covers the head of the crusher to protect it from wear. The 4 ¼ foot and smaller crushers have a one piece mantle. The 5 ½ foot and 7 foot crushers have two piece mantles, upper and lower mantle.
Minimum Closed Side Setting – Theoretically the tightest that a specific set of liners can be set at. Due to fines in the feed, hardness of the rock, moisture, feed distribution and feed segregation it may not be possible to achieve the minimum closed side setting. The minimum operating closed side for any set of liners is when there is no adjustment ring movement, no excessive lube oil drain line temperatures or crusher stalling.
Maximum Closed Side – A setting where the bowl is engaged into 1 ½ to 2 threads of the adjustment ring.
Nip Angle – The angle that is developed between the surfaces of the bowl liner and mantle when the mantle is at its closest relationship to the bowl liner. Nip angles should not exceed 23 degrees for best material flow through a crushing chamber.
Thru Bolt – A means of retaining the bowl liner in the bowl with a straight bolt through lugs on the bowl liner and into the bowl.
“U” Bolt – The means of retaining the bowl liner in the bowl with a “U” shaped bolt inserted under the hooks of the bowl liner and into the bowl.
Upper Mantle – On 5 ½ and 7 foot crushers, the mantle is in two pieces, upper mantle and lower mantle. The two piece configuration reduces the mantle change out cost because most of the wear is done to the lower mantle. The upper mantle is changed once for two to three lower mantle changes.
Torch Ring – A sacrificial piece that is located between the main shaft sleeve and main shaft nut which is burnt out with a torch to relieve the pressure on the mantle and allow the main shaft nut to be loosened.
Symons® is mark of Metso Minerals Industries, Inc. or its affiliates.CCP is not an authorized repair facility nor does it have an affiliation with Metso. These terms are used for identification purposes only and are not intended to indicate affiliation with or approval by Metso of CCP. All parts are manufactured by, for and warranted by CCP and are not manufactured by, purchased from or warranted by the original equipment manufacturer.