Chemical Crushing Service

Do you need a professional manufacturer to assist you with crushing raw materials? A common reason for using our chemical crushing service is when your chemicals go hard or become lumpy either during extended storage or long-distance transit.

We have the facilities, the equipment-the mechanical advantage-to crush the hardened particles and restore to their original form so that you can then manufacture, store, or repack accordingly.

Our trained and experience personnel are committed to excellent standards of quality assurance and deliver consistent and satisfying results. If you require additional information regarding the services that we offer, please call us on 1300 708 558 or get in touch with our diligent team online today.

Lump Crusher Capabilities Onsite


Our stainless-steel lump crusher performs most of the chemical crushing work, breaking up hardened 25kg bags or 1000kg bulk bags of chemicals back into their original form. This is done by mechanically raking the product through sizing screens. The agglomerated chemicals can be crushed back to, or reduced to granules, crystals or a powdered consistency, irrespective of their original form. This machine can crush materials down to 0.5mm. Our chemical crushing service enables the products to be more easily used in other manufacturing processes or, alternatively, be converted to be more saleable.

All types of dangerous goods can be crushed including class 4, (flammable spontaneously combustible and dangerous when wet solids), class 5 (oxidising agents), class 6 (poisons) and class 8 (corrosives). Crushed products can then be repacked into any packaging required. Products currently crushed include gum rosin, ’rock hard’ herbicides and boric acid.

Chemical Crushing Service Price

The chemical crushing service price varies depending on the type and quantity of chemicals to be crushed, the level of customisation required, and specific safety and environmental considerations.

To obtain an accurate and tailored price quote for chemical crushing services, contact our team so we can assess your unique needs and offer a cost estimate based on the specific parameters of your project.

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If you would like more information regarding our lump crusher specifications or a chemical crushing services quote, please contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Equipment Is Used in Chemical Crushing?
Crushers play a crucial role in chemical crushing processes by using mechanical force to break down chemical materials into smaller, more manageable sizes. There are several types of crushers commonly used, including jaw crushers, cone crushers, and impact crushers.
What Is the Maintenance of Crusher?

Maintaining a crusher is essential to ensure its optimal performance and longevity. Regular maintenance tasks typically include:

  • Inspecting and lubricating key components.
  • Checking for wear and tear on parts like the liners and bearings.
  • Ensuring that all safety mechanisms are in working order.

Additionally, maintaining proper cleanliness and addressing any issues promptly can prevent costly breakdowns and downtime. Scheduled maintenance routines, performed by trained personnel, help extend the lifespan of the crusher and ensure its continued efficiency in chemical crushing processes.

What Is the Process of Crushing and Screening?

Crushers play a vital role in reducing the size of various raw materials, including rocks, ore, coal, and recycled materials like concrete and asphalt. These crushers use mechanical force to break down materials into smaller, more manageable sizes.

Following crushing, screening comes into play, where materials are separated into different sizes or grades based on their particle size. This step is essential for classifying materials and ensuring that they meet specific size requirements for various applications.

What Is the Basic Principle of Crusher?
The basic principle of a crusher revolves around the application of mechanical force to break down larger particles into smaller ones. Crushers utilise various mechanisms, such as compression, impact, or attrition, to achieve this. For example, in a jaw crusher, the material is fed between two heavy jaws that exert pressure, crushing the material. In an impact crusher, high-speed rotating rotors strike the material, causing it to break by impact. The choice of crusher and its specific design depend on the type of material being processed and the desired final product size.