Kleemann to debut mobile jaw crusher at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020
Jaw crusher plant one of four innovations the company will display at the event
Kleemann will be part of the Wirtgen Group and John Deere presentation at CONEXPO-CON/AGG for 2020, featuring four new innovations that incluide the MOBICAT MC 120 Zi PRO jaw crusher plant.
MC 120 Zi PRO: Made for challenging quarrying operations
With an output of up to 717 US tons per hour, the MOBICAT MC 120 Zi PRO jaw crusher has a feed opening of 48" x 32" and is equipped with an extra long articulated crusher jaw. To ensure the best possible material flow, the continuous feed system (CFS) adapts the conveying speed to the fill level of the crusher. On most jaw crushing systems, the operator has the time-consuming task of clearing the crushing chamber in the event of material blockages. This is not the case with the MOBICAT MC 120 Zi PRO, as it has an optional crusher unblocking system. Should material bridging occur in the jaw crusher, the crusher can be reversed with the aid of the electric crusher drive and the blockage can be cleared quickly. The machines of the PRO line can be operated with the simple SPECTIVE control system via a 12 inch touch panel. All components and functions can be controlled conveniently from the ground.
Optimal combination with MOBICONE MCO 11i PRO cone crusher
The mobile MOBICONE MCO 11i PRO cone crusher is also on display and can be used as a secondary crushing plant to the MC 120 Zi PRO. Harmonized in size and performance, the MCO 11i PRO has a maximum output of 518 US tons per hour. Also part of the PRO line, the crusher is designed for permanent quarrying operations.
The MOBIREX MR 130 Zi EVO2 impact crusher for flexible use
The mobile impact crushers of the EVO2 series are designed so that they can be transported easily and made ready for operation in a short space of time. Moreover, the direct diesel drive concept ensures a high output while simultaneously keeping consumption low. For better capacity utilization and productivity, the system widths of the impact crusher plant open in the direction of material flow. The plant is also operated using the intuitive SPECTIVE control concept. The overall system itself provides an output of up to 496 US tons per hour.
The new MOBISCREEN MS 952i EVO classifying screen
CONEXPO is rounded off by the double-decker MOBISCREEN MS 952i EVO classifying screen. Just like the MOBIREX MR 130 Zi EVO2 impact crusher, the screening plant of the EVO line can be deployed flexibly thanks to the transport dimensions and short setup times. These advantages make it ideal for crushing plant contractors not only in recycling but also quarrying. The MS 952i EVO has a screening surface of 5' 1" x 20' and boasts an output of up to 550 US tons per hour. The high output is largely attributable to the good material flow through the plant. This starts with loading, which can be carried out both by wheel loader and upstream crushing plant thanks to the feed hopper. The material is then transported on the extra wide feeding conveyor of 3' 11" to the screen casing.'s presence at
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