Jaw crushing plant joins the Kleemann family

By |  April 7, 2020
The Mobicat MC 120 Zi PRO is impressive in natural rock applications, according to Kleemann. Photo: Kleemann

The Mobicat MC 120 Zi PRO is impressive in natural rock applications, according to Kleemann. Click to enlarge | Photo: Kleemann

Kleemann debuted a new jaw crushing plant at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020 in the Mobicat MC 120 Zi PRO.

According to Kleemann, the Mobicat MC 120 Zi PRO is made for quarrying operations with an output of up to 717 tph. The jaw crusher has a feed opening of 48 in. x 32 in. and is equipped with an extra-long articulated crusher jaw.

To ensure the best possible material flow, a continuous feed system adapts the conveying speed to the fill level of the crusher. The crusher is also available with an optional crusher unblocking system.

Should material bridging occur in the jaw, the crusher can be reversed with the aid of an electric crusher drive.

The plants in Kleemann’s PRO line can be operated with the Spective control system via a 12-in. touch panel. Also, all components and functions can be controlled conveniently from the ground, the company says.

More crushing tech

According to Kleemann, its mobile Mobicone MCO 11i PRO cone crusher is the ideal secondary crushing plant for the MC 120 Zi PRO.

Harmonized in size and performance, the MCO 11i PRO has a maximum output of 518 tph. Also part of the PRO line, the MCO 11i PRO is built in the same sturdy manner and designed for permanent quarrying operations, Kleemann says.

Screen tech

Additionally, Kleemann showcased its double-decker Mobiscreen MS 952i EVO classifying screen at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020.

Like the Mobirex MR 130 Zi EVO2 impact crusher, the screening plant of the EVO line can be deployed flexibly thanks to good transport dimensions and short setup times, according to Kleemann. These advantages make the machine an option for contract crushers, recyclers and aggregate producers.

The MS 952i EVO has a screening surface of 5 ft., 1 in. x 20 ft. and boasts an output of up to 550 tph. The output is largely attributable to good material flow through the plant, Kleemann says.

This starts with loading, which can be carried out both by wheel loader or an upstream crushing plant. The material is then transported on an extra-wide feeding conveyor of 3 ft., 11 in. to the screen casing.

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