Large-scale crushing & screening & milling plants.

Offer efficient, cost-effective services for you.

AS a leading global manufacturer of crushing and milling equipment, we offer advanced, rational solutions for any size-reduction requirements, including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete stone crushing plant.

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Aggregate Crushing Plant

Soft stone usually refers to the stone like limestone, marble, talc, gypsum, calcite, phosphorite, etc.

The classic production line for the soft stone is JAW CRUSHER (primary crusher) + IMPACT CRUSHER (secondary crusher), and with the auxiliaries of vibrating feeder, vibrating screen & belt conveyors.

Sand Making Plant

Regarding of the detail condition, two kinds of techniques are usually adopted in producing manufactured sand, dry way and wet way. Both methods can produce high quality manufactured sand as concrete aggregate. Especially, the dry way can produce not only the manufactured sand used in SMA road surface, but also the powder used in asphalt concrete.

Grinding Plant

MC World is specialized in manufacturing Grinding Mills. Absorbing advanced technology from Europe and combined with more than 30 years market demand, MC World can provide you the most suitable and better performance industrial mills. Our grinding mills include VM Vertical grinding mill, MTW European grinding mill, T130X Super fine grinding mill, HGM Micro powder grinding mill, TGM Trapezium grinding mill, Hammer mill and Ball mill, which can be used for Processing Limestone, Quartz, Calcite, Gypsum, Dolomite, Barite, Talc, Coal, Calcium Carbonate, Slag, Iron Ore, Gold Ore, etc.

Ore Beneficiation

MC World has been engaged in designing and manufacturing ore dressing equipments for decades, and own a professional and experienced engineer team and two large-scale & modernized production bases. We supply suitable and practical equipments from crushing, grinding to beneficiation machines and other corollary equipments like vibrating feeder, belt conveyor, etc with best Performance & Price ratio. Hundreds of ore processing plants we designed have been in work at domestic and abroad and won good reputation. Come with your iron, gold, silver, copper, manganese, tin, etc ore processing project, and back with satisfied plant.

Construction Waste Recycling

How to process the construction wastes? If there is new machinery or new craft to utilize the construction wastes?

Using the special machinery, the construction wastes is crushed and screened, then is widely used in cement brick, pavement and construction. This new craft has truly reused the construction wastes, will benefit the state and the people. And it provides a brand new development ideas for the urban development got onto the track of sound development.

Get in Touch

Our engineers have years of experience and know our equipment like the back of their hands. McCloskey Equipment can service machines worldwide to make sure your operation runs smoothly.

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Piskunov street, Irkutsk

Russian Federation

Any of your enquiry will be highly appreciated.

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Mobile Crushers

The crushing equipments for rocks and construction waste, and expands the conception of primary and secondary crushing operation.

Jaw Crushers

Adopts the most advanced crushing technology and manufacturing level so that it can efficiently crush the hard and strong abrasion materials.

Impact Crushers

Impact crusher is most suitable for crushing the materials whose crushing strength lower than 320MP, like mineral, rock and slag, etc.

Cone Crushers

Cone crusher introduced the Germany technology, is an ideal crusher for large stone crushing factory and mining industry.

VSI Crushers

To improve and develop equipment sand making rate, own fully core intellectual property rights and multiple national patent.

Grinding Mills

Besides high quality equipment, the company will provide sincere service such as Engineering Procurement Construction project.

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