Compact Kleemann Jaw Crushers Feature Exclusive EVO Technology

Two new Kleemann mobile jaw crushers feature exclusive EVO technology with important benefits in productivity and profitability.

The MC 110 Ri EVO has a vibratory feeder with integrated grizzly, while the MC 110 Zi EVO incorporates a vibrating feeder with an independent, double-deck, heavy-duty prescreen. Both feature a crusher inlet of 28 X 44 in.

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Either way, wear in the system is reduced because medium and smaller gradations bypass the crusher, with an increase in end product quality through discharge of fines via the side discharge conveyor. A bypass flap provides easy diversion of the material flow, eliminating the need for a blind deck.

Both machines have been completely redesigned with a lighter transport weight to ease portability, with the MC 110 Ri EVO weighing 85,000 lb., and the MC 110 Zi EVO weighing 87,100 lb.

The new Mobicat MC 110 Zi and MC 110 Ri expand Kleemann’s popular EVO Contractor Line of crushers. The new Mobicat EVO series has been redesigned from scratch, thus allowing the combination of new features such as the hopper walls integrated in the chassis – or a fully hydraulic crushing gap adjustment via touch panel – with tried-and-tested concepts like an independent double-deck prescreen (in the Z model), making the plants even more versatile and efficient.

Users will benefit from a newly designed crusher unit with extra-long, articulated crusher jaw. Like the EVO Mobirex mobile impact crushers, the new Mobicat EVO mobile jaw crushers utilize direct drive crushers and electric drives for the vibrating conveyors, belts and the prescreen. This permits extremely efficient operation with low fuel consumption, and allows optimal loading of the crusher. Beneath the crusher a deflector plate keeps tramp metal from degrading the conveyor belt.

The Kleemann Continuous Feed System (CFS) manages a more equal loading of the crushing area, in which the conveying frequencies of the feeder trough and the prescreen are adapted independently of each other to the level of the crusher, thus significantly boosting performance.

The new Mobicat crushers incorporate a newly designed longer swing jaw, which prevents blocking of coarse material while moving all mounting elements of the crusher jaw from the wear area. In addition, the transfer from the prescreen or the feeder trough is designed so material simply tilts into the crushing jaw, providing an even material flow. With this property and other features the new Kleemann Mobicat MC 110 Ri and MC 110 Zi achieve outputs of up to 300 tons per hour.

BACKGROUNDER
Wirtgen America Inc., Nashville, is the North American arm of the Wirtgen Group, the single-source marketer of the world’s most technologically advanced lines of asphalt reclaiming/recycling, concrete slipform, and surface mining equipment from Wirtgen, asphalt and soil compactors from Hamm, asphalt pavers from Vögele, and construction materials processing equipment from Kleemann.

Reinhard Wirtgen, founder of Wirtgen Group, was honored as one of the “Top 100 Private Sector Transportation Design & Construction Professionals of the 20th Century” by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).

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New Kleemann Plant Marks Commitment to Industry
In early 2010 Kleemann GmbH completed its new headquarters and state-of-the-art manufacturing plant near Göppingen, just east of Stuttgart in south-central Germany.

The new plant marks Kleemann’s commitment to the minerals processing industry and incorporates the highest production technologies for the manufacture of aggregates and minerals processing equipment.

This new “greenfield” manufacturing plant is making Kleemann mineral processing equipment more available, and will speed product delivery in North America in coming months. “With 350,000 sq. ft. of production area and 40,000 sq ft of administration area, Kleemann will excite the market with new models and features for 2010,” said Evan Clarke, vice president.

For over 150 years Kleemann has led the minerals processing industry with design ingenuity, producing crushing and screening equipment for many leading markets. Since being acquired by the Wirtgen Group in 2006, the company has experienced dramatic growth which has led to reinvestment by the group to help streamline production and allow for greater volume for its new expanding markets.

“As Kleemann gathers momentum within the United States and Canadian markets, and new dealers take on the product line, many customers are seeing the ‘Kleemann Advantage’,” Clarke said. “We bring to the market a wide range of track mobile crushers and screens with many unique features.”



The new plant utilizes the most modern German high-tech manufacturing processes, including short internal product assembly lines. On the new 1.34 million sq. ft., site, the new manufacturing facility covers an area of 376,736 sq. ft., complemented with a 43,055 sq. ft. administration building. The oversized interior capacity of the new main production facility accommodates the enormous dimensions of Kleemann’s largest crushing and screening machines.

In the plant’s central warehouse contains two storage zones in which some 10,000 items are stocked. “On average, 200 items with a total weight of 8.8 tons are handled here each day,” said Kleemann central warehouse manager Martin Zemmel. “We really benefited from the know-how of the other Wirtgen Group companies when building our new facility.”

Kleemann’s new painting facility for large parts is one of the largest such facilities in Germany, with a tremendous load-bearing capacity of 33 short tons, and around 21,500 sq. ft. of floor space. Kleemann’s switch-over from wet spray painting to powder-coating not only marks a major step towards boosting surface quality, but also has far less of an environmental impact, with the system far exceeding the requirements of the EU environmental guidelines.




Kleemann’s Roots Run Deep


Kleemann is a newcomer to the North American aggregate processing market, but its roots lie deep. Established in Germany in 1857, Kleemann was acquired by Wirtgen Group in 2006. Today, a growing network of equipment distributors and dealers is enabling Kleemann Inc. USA to boost its domestic profile and serve customers in North America.
Today Kleemann manufactures and markets a broad range of durable, productive mobile and stationary processing equipment and technology for crushed stone, demolition waste and mixed construction waste.

Kleemann’s product brand names are:
• The MOBICAT mobile primary jaw on crawler chassis with feeding unit, pre-screen and conveyors built in various sizes ranging from 100-1,000 tph capacity
• The MOBIREX mobile primary impactor on crawler chassis with feeding unit, pre-screen and conveyors built in various sizes ranging from 100 to 1,000 tph capacity
• The MOBIFOX mobile secondary crushing machines with feeding unit, impact crusher and a screen producing up to 3 grain sizes
• The MOBICONE mobile secondary crushing machines with feeding unit, cone crusher and a screen to produce up to 3 grain sizes, and
• The MOBISCREEN mobile screening machines, producing up to 4 grain sizes with fixed or swiveling discharge belts, with a screening surface dependent on ultimate use.
 
BACKGROUNDER
Wirtgen America, Inc., Nashville, is the North American arm of the Wirtgen Group, the single-source marketer of the world’s most technologically advanced lines of asphalt reclaiming/recycling and concrete slipform equipment from Wirtgen, asphalt and soil compactors from Hamm Compaction Division, asphalt pavers from Vögele America Inc., and aggregates and minerals processing equipment from Kleemann.

In late 2004 Reinhard Wirtgen, founder of Wirtgen Group, was honored as one of the “Top 100 Private Sector Transportation Design & Construction Professionals of the 20th Century” by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).