Kleemann launches mobile jaw crushing plant

By Steve Ducker24 March 2021

Germany-based equipment manufacturer Kleemann has introduced the Mobicat MC 110(i) EVO2 mobile jaw crushing plant following further developments of its predecessor.

With this launch, Kleemann said it has a mobile jaw crushing plant “of the new generation” that offers users “groundbreaking technologies for optimising all areas of a typical workday”. Specifically, the focus is on economy, operability and sustainability.

MC_110_EVO2.jpg The Mobicat MC 110(i) EVO2 is designed for the first crushing stage

During the development of the mobile jaw crusher plant, Kleemann concentrated on the requirements of demolition and building companies, contractor crushers and quarry operators. With an hourly output of up to 400 t/h, the crusher is said to meet the requirements in the medium output range. It can also be used in a range of quarry and recycling application, where the emphasis is on effective coarse crushing.

A further result of the latest developments is that the transport height of the crusher reduced by 20 cm (8 in) to 3.40 m (11 ft 1 in). Relocation is now possible with simplified transport by means of semi low-loaders. The start-up procedure itself takes only around 10 minutes and includes set-up times for flaps, belts and feed hopper.

A further feature is a new two-stage overload system. It effectively prevents blockages and material bridging that can lead to unwanted downtimes. If uncrushable material enters the crushing process, the CSS opens twice as fast as with the predecessor plant or, as an option, even up to 40 times faster, while the new digital solution Spective Connect sends all important plant data to a smartphone.

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