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CI5X Series Impact Crushers

CI5X series impact crusher is a new generation of coarse and medium crushed products designed to meet customers needs for high profit, low cost, energy saving and consumption reduction. It is the guarantee for large-volume production line c

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Model Specifications (mm) Feed opening (mm) Max. feed size (mm) Capacity (t/h) Power (kW) Weight (t) Dimensions (mm)
CI5X1315 Φ1300×1500 1540×930 600 250-350 250 20 2880×2755×2560
CI5X1520 Φ1500×2000 2040×520 (2040×995) 350(700) 400-600 2×250 (2×200) 30 3390×3520×2790
CI5X1415 Φ1400×1500 1540×1320 900 350-550 250 24 2995×2790×3090
CI5X1620 Φ1600×2000 2040×1630 1100 500-900 2×200 42 3485×3605×3720
CI5X2023 Φ2000×2300 2400×1920 1300 1200-2000 2×500 76 4890×4380×4765
  • HOW TO CLASSIFY AGGREGATES ACCORDING TO SIZE ...

    7/07/2014  Crushed Gravel Sand– it is the fine aggregate produced by crushing natural gravel. According to size the fine aggregate may be described as coarse sand, medium sand and fine sand. IS specifications classify the fine aggregate into four types according to its grading as fine aggregate of grading Zone-1 to grading Zone-4. The four grading zones ...

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  • WHAT IS THE GRADING LIMITS FOR FINE AGGREGATES ...

    3/07/2014  To describe an aggregate by its maximum and minimum size is not sufficient. It has to be graded from its minimum to maximum size. IS-383 recommends the following grading limit for fine aggregates. Grading Limits For Fine Aggregates Sieve Size Percentage of Passing For Grading Zone-I Grading Zone-II Grading Zone-III Grading Zone-IV 10 mm 100 []

  • A Detailed Guide on Grading of Aggregates. - civilseek

    Grading of Aggregates. Grading of aggregates is determining the average grain size of the aggregates before they are used in construction. This is applied to both coarse and fine aggregates.The aggregate sample is sieved through a set of sieves and weights retained on each sieve in percentage terms are summed up.

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  • What is Fineness Modulus of Sand (Fine Aggregate) and ...

    Fineness modulus of sand (fine aggregate) is an index number which represents the mean size of the particles in sand. It is calculated by performing sieve analysis with standard sieves. The cumulative percentage retained on each sieve is added and subtracted by 100 gives the value of fineness

  • Classification of Aggregates Based on Size and Shape ...

    Aggregates can be classified in many ways. Classification of aggregates based on shape and size such as coarse and fine aggregates are discussed here, Aggregates are the important constituents of the concrete which give body to the concrete and also reduce shrinkage. Aggregates occupy 70 to 80 % of

  • Aggregates for Concrete - University of Memphis

    crushed aggregate requires slightly higher values. Fine aggregate content is usually 35% to 45% by mass or volume of the total aggregate content. CHARACTERISTICS OF AGGREGATES. The important characteristics of aggregates for concrete are listed in Table

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  • Fineness modulus - Wikipedia

    The Fineness modulus (FM) is an empirical figure obtained by adding the total percentage of the sample of an aggregate retained on each of a specified series of sieves, and dividing the sum by 100.The sieve sizes are 0.15 mm, 0.3 mm, 0.6 mm, 1.18 mm, 2.36 mm, 4.75 mm, 9.5 mm, 19.0 mm, 38.1 mm and larger increasing in the ratio of 2:1.

  • Gradation Test - Pavement Interactive

    OverviewBackgroundTest DescriptionResultsThe gradation and size test (Figure 1) is used to determine aggregate particle size distribution. Size distribution is perhaps the single most important aggregate quality associated with the control of HMA mixtures. Aggregate gradation and size affect HMA volumetric properties as well as mixture permeability and workability.In a gradation and size analysis, a sample of dry aggregate of known weight is separated through a series of sieves with progressively smaller openings. Once separated, th...
  • Ore, Rock Aggregate Screening (Complete Guide)

    A-Z Guide to Screening Ore, Rock Aggregate. A simple definition of a “screen” is a machine with surface(s) used to classify materials by size. Screening is defined as “The mechanical process which accomplishes a division of particles on the basis of size and their acceptance or

  • How to Assess the Quality of Fine Aggregate at Site?

    1. Introduction There are lots of methods and test, that we can use for assessing the quality of construction sand or Common sand. But when it comes to the case of site practices, the methods like bulk density, bulkage, specific gravity test etc, become difficult or up to an extent impossible.

  • Ore, Rock Aggregate Screening (Complete Guide)

    A-Z Guide to Screening Ore, Rock Aggregate. A simple definition of a “screen” is a machine with surface(s) used to classify materials by size. Screening is defined as “The mechanical process which accomplishes a division of particles on the basis of size and their acceptance or

  • Silt Content Test for Sand (Fine Aggregate) - Civilology

    Excessive quantity of silt, not only reduces the bonding of cement and fine aggregates but also affects the strength and durability of work. You can check out this article for silt and clay properties. In the field, we have to conduct silt test for every 20 Cum of sand. This may vary.

  • Selecting the Optimum Graphical Method to Find Aggregate ...

    Selecting the Optimum Graphical Method to Find Aggregate Blend Proportions in the Production of HMA . 1638. extensively studied. In brief, he concludes that the coarse-graded mixtures seem to provide slightly inferior rutting resistance,whereas the fine-graded mixtures show better fatigue performances [3].

  • Determination of Moisture Content of Aggregates - CIVIL ...

    6/07/2016  A quick and reasonably accurate method of determining the moisture content of fine aggregate is to mix it with an excess of calcium carbide in a strong air-tight vessel fitted with pressure gauge. Calcium carbide reacts with surface moisture in the aggregate to produce acetylene gas. The pressure of acetylene gas generated depends upon the ...

  • Fineness Modulus - site.iugaza.edu.ps

    Fineness modulus of sand (fine aggregate) is an index number which represents the mean size of the particles in sand. It is calculated by performing sieve analysis with standard sieves. The cumulative percentage retained on each sieve is added and subdivided by 100 gives the value of fine aggregate. To find the fineness modulus of fine ...

  • Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate Cement in Concrete ...

    Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate Cement in Concrete with Ceramic Rejects Sadic Azeez1 2, ... The process of determining required and specifiable characteristics of a concrete mixture is called mix design. Characteristics can include fresh concrete properties, required mechanical properties of hardened concrete such as strength and durability requirements and the inclusion, exclusion, or ...

  • Which of the following Indian standard is referred to ...

    This discussion on Which of the following Indian standard is referred to determine zone of fine aggregate:a)IS 456b)IS 383c)IS 1893d)IS 1237Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer? is done on EduRev Study Group by Civil Engineering (CE) Students.

  • Sieve analysis - Wikipedia

    A sieve analysis (or gradation test) is a practice or procedure used (commonly used in civil engineering) to assess the particle size distribution (also called gradation) of a granular material by allowing the material to pass through a series of sieves of progressively smaller mesh size and weighing the amount of material that is stopped by each sieve as a fraction of the whole mass.

  • Gradation Techniques - Tarantula Curve

    Shilstone Workability-Coarseness Chart Starting in the late 1980s, James Shilstone revealed a mixture design process based on the proportioning of the aggregate using the combined gradation to proportion a group of sieve sizes that can be categorized as coarse, intermediate, and fine aggregate.

  • EFFECTS OF SUPERPAVE RESTRICTED ZONE ON PERMANENT DEFORMATION

    EFFECTS OF SUPERPAVE RESTRICTED ZONE ON PERMANENT DEFORMATION RESEARCH REPORT ICAR –201-3F Sponsored by the Aggregates Foundation for Technology, Research and Education. Technical Report Documentation Page 1. Report No. I: CAR/201-3 F . 2. Government Accession No. 3. Recipient's Catalog No. 5. Report Date . J. une 2001 . 4. Title and Subtitle . EFFECTS OF AGGREGATE

  • EFFECT OF FINE AGGREGATE BLENDING ON SHORT-TERM

    asian journal of civil engineering (bhrc) vol. 17, no. 5(2016) pages 537-550 effect of fine aggregate blending on short-term mechanical properties of geopolymer concrete

  • 14. AGGREGATES - cvut.cz

    natural aggregate - aggregate from mineral sources which has been subjected to nothing more than mechanical processing all-in aggregate - aggregate consisting of a mixture of coarse and fine aggregates manufactured aggregate - aggregate of mineral origin resulting from an industrial process involving thermal or other modification

  • Sieve Analysis of Aggregates - Civil Engineering

    Sieve analysis helps to determine the particle size distribution of the coarse and fine aggregates.This is done by sieving the aggregates as per IS: 2386 (Part I) – 1963. In this we use different sieves as standardized by the IS code and then pass aggregates through them and thus collect different sized particles left over different sieves.

  • The Effect of Aggregate Properties on Concrete

    Aggregate is classified as two different types, coarse and fine. Coarse aggregate is usually greater than 4.75 mm (retained on a No. 4 sieve), while fine aggregate is less than 4.75 mm (passing the No. 4 sieve). The compressive aggregate strength is an important factor in the selection of aggregate. When determining the strength of normal ...

  • IS 383 (1970): Specification for Coarse and Fine ...

    fine aggregate approaches the coarse outer limit.of Grading Zone I or the fine outer limit of Grading Zone IV, and the suitability of a given fine aggregate grading may, in some circumstances, depend on the grading and shape of the coarse aggregate. It is sometimes found that a fine aggregate which lies in one grading zone and near the border ...

  • Inspection Sampling Procedures for Fine Coarse Aggregates

    T 304 Uncompacted Void Content of Fine Aggregate ASTM Test Methods D 4791 Flat Particles, Elongated Particles, or Flat and Elongated Particles in Coarse Aggregate D 5821 Determining Percent of Fractured Particles in Coarse Aggregate . 1 Testing Equipment Laboratory General Sampling Sample Reduction Sieve Analysis Decantation Deleterious and Chert Test Equipment Verification Laboratory

  • NCAT COMPLETES EVALUATION In This Issue OF RESTRICTED ZONE ...

    determine under what conditions, if any, compliance with the restricted zone requirement is necessary when the asphalt paving mix meets all other Superpave requirements such as fine aggregate angularity (FAA) and volumetric mix criteria. The Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP) primarily researched the properties of asphalt binders and paving mixes and their effect on asphalt pavement ...

  • Fine Aggregate Specific Gravity - Pavement Interactive

    Overview. The fine aggregate specific gravity test (Figure 1) is used to calculate the specific gravity of a fine aggregate sample by determining the ratio of the weight of a given volume of aggregate to the weight of an equal volume of water. It is similar in nature to the coarse aggregate specific gravity test.. Figure 1: Fine aggregate specific gravity sample and pycnometer.

  • Aggregate in Concrete - The Concrete Network

    Fine aggregate should fall within gradation limits provided in ASTM C 33, Section 6. If there is a deficiency in a locally available fine aggregate, concrete may benefit from the addition of air entrainment, additional cement, or a supplemental cementitious material () to address these shortcomings.

  • Aggregates - cement.org

    Fine aggregates generally consist of natural sand or crushed stone with most particles passing through a 3/8-inch sieve. Coarse aggregates are any particles greater than 0.19 inch, but generally range between 3/8 and 1.5 inches in diameter. Gravels constitute the majority of coarse aggregate used in concrete with crushed stone making up most of the remainder.

  • Fine Aggregate Specific Gravity - Pavement Interactive

    Overview. The fine aggregate specific gravity test (Figure 1) is used to calculate the specific gravity of a fine aggregate sample by determining the ratio of the weight of a given volume of aggregate to the weight of an equal volume of water. It is similar in nature to the coarse aggregate specific gravity test.. Figure 1: Fine aggregate specific gravity sample and pycnometer.

  • Pouring and Finishing an Exposed Aggregate Walkway ...

    6/01/2010  If your repair material contains only fine sand and no larger aggregate, the depression will reappear during the washing process. Any fill-ins or repairs must include rocks in order to blend in with the rest of the pour after the aggregate is exposed. Side Note 4. Landscaping and Other Hazards. Green (uncured) concrete is susceptible to ...

  • Weatherability of Road Aggregates within Engineering Time

    determine the rate and process of weathering of unbound aggregates within the pavement structure within the time period of a typical unbound pavement ’s life of approximately 25 years . We have undertaken a series of standard laboratory tests that include Clay Index (CI), Sand Equivalent (SE), and Plastic Index (PI) tests on aggregates andesitic sourced from different levels of the quarry ...

  • Study on Utilization of Iron Ore Tailings as Fine ...

    Table2: Physical properties of fine aggregates Sl.No Characteristics Value 1 Specific gravity 2.5 2 Fineness modulus 3.06 3 Water absorption 0.88 4 Moisture content (%) 1.905 5 Grading zone II 2.1.3 Coarse Aggregates Coarse aggregates are those which are retained on IS sieve size 4.75mm.In the present study, aggregates of size

  • Methods of Concrete Mix Design: 5 Methods Concrete ...

    The nominal maximum size of natural crushed aggregate should be 10 mm and fine aggregate should conform to zone II of table 4 of IS-383-1970. The typical composition of such as reference concrete mix per cubic metre of concrete is as follows: Cement = 570 kg . Fine aggregate = 400 kg . Coarse aggregate = 1178 kg . Water = 200 kg

  • Superpave and the Aggregate Industry - vulcaninnovations

    performance and the aggregate industry. In addition, other aggregate related issues are presented and discussed, including inconsistent fine aggregate definition, influence of minus 0.075 mm sieve material on fine aggregate specific gravity determination, aggregate production and particle shape, and the influence of aggregate on dynamic modulus.

  • Research and application of random aggregate model in ...

    30/03/2019  The aggregate translation technology is an aggregate placement method which can improve the random aggregate generation efficiency. Due to the existence of pores and prefabricated notch in the four-point prefabricated notched bending beam model, the efficiency of aggregate delivery can be greatly reduced.

  • Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates

    SIEVE ANALYSIS OF FINE AND COARSE AGGREGATES TxDOT Designation: Tex-200-F Effective Date: January 2016 1. SCOPE 1.1 Use this test method to determine the particle size distribution of aggregate samples, using standard U.S. sieves with square openings. 1.2 Use Part I to determine a weight-based, dry-sieve analysis for an aggregate sample.

  • Aggregate Proportioning And Specifications -

    17/10/2016  Shilstone Workability-Coarseness Chart Starting in the late 1980s, James Shilstone revealed a mixture design process based on the proportioning of the aggregate using the combined gradation to proportion a group of sieve sizes that can be categorized as coarse, intermediate, and fine aggregate.

  • Properties of Concrete as Influenced by Shape and

    33 Kiran Kumar Poloju et al.: Properties of Concrete as Influenced by Shape and Tex ture of Fine Aggregate Figure 2. Ty pe of fine aggregate vs. IAPST (Zone 2).


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