Kleemann releases new mobile screens with increased feed capacities
In order to guarantee the effective screening of large volumes, Kleemann now offers two new mobile classifying screens with a feed capacity of up to 750 t/h.
The MOBISCREEN MS 1202 and MS 1203 are available with two or three screen decks and have screening surface areas of 12 m² in the upper and middle deck and 11 m² in the lower deck.
"To achieve these high outputs, the material flow must be well designed. Kleemann has thus generously dimensioned the feed hopper with a holding volume of 10 m³," says Aiko Fischer, product manager for screening plants at Kleemann. "This makes feeding both with a crushing plant as well as with a large wheel loader possible. Despite discontinuous feeding by the wheel loader, the large hopper volume ensures continuous material supply to the screen. Correspondingly wide feeding and discharge conveyors guarantee an unobstructed material flow over the screen. The high-torque diesel engine also ensures that the plant does not run out of steam."
Both screens can be combined with the crushing plants from the Kleemann EVO series as well as the PRO series. "The smaller the separating cut and the higher the required final product amount, the larger the screening surface must be. It's really quite simple," says Fischer.
As with other screening plants in the MOBISCREEN series, the MS 1202/MS 1203 are driven by efficient and powerful hydraulic power units. The Dual Power option also allows the screens to be driven by electric power only, which further increases the efficiency and reduces the load on the environment by decreased noise and exhaust emissions.
For flexible application, Kleemann offers a large selection of screen surfaces with different mesh shapes - square, rectangular or harp-shaped - in steel or plastic.
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