Kleemann updates jaw and cone crushers with new cost-effective direct drive
Kleemann's MOBICAT MC 110(i) EVO2 jaw crusher and MOBICONE MCO 90(i) EVO2 cone crusher, are equipped with a crusher direct drive that improves cost effectiveness.
Crusher direct drive with electric auxiliary drives
Both machines, part of the EVO2 generation of crushers, feature a patented power train in which direct drive is provided via a reliable fluid coupling, which provides high fuel efficiency. Conveying components, such as the vibrating feeder, the double-deck prescreen, or the discharge conveyors, are electrically driven. An easily accessible transmission ensures that power is provided efficiently and also helps protect against dust. Downtime can be avoided to a large extent. The power and load-dependent fan drive also ensure low noise levels and economical operation.
Operation in ECO mode can reduce fuel consumption as well as wear in idle phases. The plants can be optionally equipped with a heat package (-15 to + 50 °C) or cold package (-25 to +40 °C). The cold package has an autonomous auxiliary heater with a convenient timer function.
Jaw and cone crusher operation with less noise and dust
In the new drive concept, the speed of the cooler fan and cooling capacity are controlled automatically, which reduces noise levels. Apart from less dust penetration thanks to a lower volume of moved cooler air, work near the machine is a lot more agreeable for the operator.
An optional noise protection package is also available for the MOBICAT MC 110(i) EVO2 jaw crusher, which is frequently used in urban environments. The reduced noise level would even permit work without special ear protection – depending on the material processed, further environmental conditions, and local regulations.
To reduce dust, the machines are equipped at the crusher inlet and crusher discharge conveyor with water nozzles. An optional water pump or an external water source, if available, can be used. Optional belt covers also contribute to an improvement of the air quality during crushing.
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