Portable plants to consider for your operation

By |  May 10, 2024
Photo: Kleemann
Photo: Kleemann

The Mobirex MR 100(i) NEO from Kleemann is an efficient, powerful and flexible plant that is also manufactured as an electric offering called the Mobirex MR 100(i) NEOe. With compact dimensions and a low transport weight, Kleemann says the MR 100(i) NEO can be used in a variety of applications. Operation in tight spaces or in frequently changing workplaces is possible, the company adds. Processing applications include concrete, rubble and asphalt, as well as soft to medium-hard natural stone.


Jaw plant designed for diverse operation types

Photo: EvoQuip
Photo: EvoQuip

The Bison 340, which is part of EvoQuip’s Bison jaw crushing range, is a 34-ton unit with a 39-in. x 23-in. jaw chamber opening and an output potential of 308 tph, depending on the application. The Bison 340 is designed for those in quarrying, demolition, recycling and mining. It features tracked mobility for quick setup, as well as hydraulic crusher setting adjustments for total control of product size. The hydrostatic drive allows the crusher to be run in reverse. EvoQuip says this is useful for removing blockages from the chamber or when crushing in sticky applications such as asphalt.


Tracked plants enhance fuel efficiency, lower emissions

Screencore says both its XJ Dual-Power jaw crusher plant (left) and its Trident 380DD30 can both be powered by a backup diesel/genset unit. Photo: Screencore
Photo: Screencore

The tracked XJ and XL dual-powered jaw crushing plants provide users with mobility, productivity, efficiency and crushing performance, according to Screencore. As the company describes, the dual-powered crushers are designed with user-friendly features that deliver high throughputs, low-cost-per-ton production and accurate reduction. The plants are fitted with a flexible electric drive system, Screencore adds, meaning the plants can be connected directly to the mains or powered by a drop-off diesel/genset unit.


An option for producing manufactured sand

Photo: Metso
Photo: Metso

Metso expanded its Nordwheeler NW Rapid range with the addition of the NW8HRC – the first portable HRC 8 crusher for manufactured sand. According to Metso, the HRC 8 consumes up to 50 percent less power to obtain the same net product volume. Additionally, Metso says the Nordwheeler NW Rapid range is expanding with five new portable crushers. The models are designed on Nordberg and Barmac crusher technologies for secondary and tertiary crushing, with the crushers designed to fit in standard transportation dimensions.

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