Kleemann launches mobile cone crusher for hard and medium-hard stone

New MOBICONE MCO 90(i) EVO2 supports 270t/h for 2nd and 3rd stage crushing

Kleemann has introduces its new mobile cone crusher, the MOBICONE MCO 90(i) EVO2, which is designed for high economy, intelligent control engineering and quality crushing, and can be used as a supplement to the company’s jaw crushing plant, the MOBICAT MC 110(i) EVO2.

According to Kleemann, the MCO 90(i) offers users from quarrying and contracting companies a quality advantages in daily work with medium-hard to hard stone – mainly in the 2nd or 3rd crushing stage. With a maximum feed capacity of up to 270t/h, the new MCO 90(i) offers more operational reliability and high plant availability, says the manufacturer. Simple transportability with frequently changing job sites and the wide application range are also features of the MCO 90(i).

According to a statement from the John Deere-owned Wirtgen Group company, thanks to the improved diesel-direct drive concept, the MOBICONE MCO 90(i) EVO2 achieves “very good consumption values and thus works very efficiently”. The conveyor belts are driven electrically while the CFS – Continuous Feed System – uses a probe to monitor the crusher level and thus regulates the material supply such that an optimum volume is always loaded. This guarantees optimal crusher feed and high material quality.

“The operation of crushing plants is becoming more and more sophisticated. For its brand-new crushing plants in the EVO2 generation, Kleemann developed an intelligent control concept that considerably simplifies operation. With SPECTIVE, the company has raised the bar for user interfaces in the sector even more. This operating concept has an intuitive structure and revolutionises plant operation with its extensive features. The 12″ touch panel has been optimised with regard to user guidance and visualisation. Furthermore, new components such as a large and small radio remote control have been integrated into the SPECTIVE world. The new digital solution SPECTIVE CONNECT sends all important plant data to the smartphone.  This means: less downtime, higher productivity and more revenue,” said the statement from Kleemann.

The manufacturer added that the MCO 90(i) is designed for a high crushing capacity. With its crushing tools, the cone crusher covers a wide gap range of 6-45 mm, allowing it to be used flexibly. The improved crushing tools with geometries optimised for the respective application, contribute both to the material quality as well as the plant output. All crushing gap widths are set conveniently via the radio remote control. This does not require further conversion work. Even when it comes to smaller details, Kleemann always has the focus on functionality and work facilitation. Whether this involves additional maintenance openings, standardisation of the clamping wedge position for crushing tools or the automatic positioning of the inlet hopper during a tool change.

“Equipped with an intelligent and effective overload system, safety and stable processes can be guaranteed even under difficult conditions. The ‘Tramp Release System’ provides protection with uncrushable materials such as wood or metal. Even more important for continuous production is the overload detection (‘Ringbounce Detection’). This software-supported overload system has two modes that give users a choice as to whether the focus is more on product quality (‘Precise Mode’) or product volume (‘Mixture Mode’),” said Kleemann’s statement.

The manufacturer added that the new crushing plants from the EVO2 generation – the jaw crusher MOBICAT MC 110(i) EVO2 and the cone crusher MOBICONE MCO 90(i) EVO2 – are particularly effective when connected by means of line linking, achieving maximum efficiency with a high output level and trouble-free, continuous material flow tuned to one another.

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