The importance of the right mantle and concave
If you are using an incorrect crushing chamber then you are compromising on productivity, liner life or both.
A crushing chamber that is too small will either deliver a low reduction ratio or completely fail to function. On the other hand, if your crushing chamber is too big, then material will only be crushed in the lower part of the chamber. This shortens the lifespan of your crushing chamber, because there will be more wear at the bottom of the chamber – an optimal set-up results in evenly distributed wear along the sides of the mantle and concave.