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sayaji mobile crusher in india

ABOUT US Established in 1941 Sayaji Industries LimitedSIL is the flagship company of the Sayaji Group SIL started as corn wet milling Unit with a modest corn crushing capacity of one TonDay in Ahmedabad mainly to cater to its own textile Units besides the other textile units located in the city

  • Mobile Crushing Plant for Granite in Mali

    Mobile Crushing Plant for Granite in Mali

    This customer is from a construction company in Bamako, Mali. According to our customer's high demand of production capacity and granularity of finished production, our engineer assembled 2 mobile crushing stations of FTM1142E710 model and FTM3S186PYF13 m...
    Processing capacity: 150 t/hApplied material: granite

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  • 1200TD Flotation Plant for Gold Ore in Cambodia

    1200TD Flotation Plant for Gold Ore in Cambodia

    In this plant, gold ore is mainly natural gold among the ore to be processed, but it is mostly distributed in the crack of poisonous sand, pyrrhotite and quartz crystal gap, which significantly improves the processing difficulty of the gold ore. The custo...
    Processing capacity: 1200T/DApplied material: Natural Gold

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  • 200Th Granite Crushing Plant

    200Th Granite Crushing Plant

    The 200t/h granite crushing plant in Russia uses HPT220 hydraulic cone crusher as the core crushing equipment...
    Processing materials: Granite Production capacity: More than 200 tons

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  • Iron Ore Crushing Line In Pakistan

    Iron Ore Crushing Line In Pakistan

    Related Equipments: two PE600×900 jaw crushers, two impact crushers, two cone crushers, two sand makers and three circular vibrating screens....
    Raw Material: iron ore Crushing Capacity: 300t/h Crushing Purpose: to turn iron ores with size less than 300mm into finished ores with size less than 5mm.

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