The new Mobicat MC 110(i) EVO2 mobile jaw crusher from Kleemann offers outputs of up to 400 t/hr, ideal for a wide range of quarry and recycling applications, especially where the emphasis is on effective coarse crushing.
According to Kleemann, compared with its predecessor, the transport height of the new crusher has been reduced by 20 cm to 3.40 m, and it can now be transported easily using semi low-loaders. The machine’s start-up process takes only around 10 minutes, including set-up times for flaps, belts and feed hopper.
A highlight of the Mobicat MC 110(i) EVO2 is a new two-stage overload system. It is designed to prevent blockages and material bridging that can lead to unnecessary downtimes. If uncrushable material enters the crushing process, the CSS opens twice faster than with its predecessor or, as an option, even up to 40 times faster, claimed Kleemann. This increases the availability and in turn the overall output.
In the new Mobicat MC 110(i) EVO2, Kleemann has incorporated a series of new technologies and improvements. The continuous feed system (CFS) ensures a continuous crusher feed and thus a daily output of up to 10% more. The independent double-deck prescreen effectively separates fines before they reach the crushing process. This increases the total plant throughput and is gentle, for example, on downstream cone crushers in the second crushing stage. Improved feed behaviour is guaranteed by the extra-long articulated crusher jaw, whereas a flattened transition to the crushing chamber makes an optimum material flow possible. The accessibility for fast, safe and convenient maintenance has also been optimised.
What’s more, the improved diesel-direct drive concept is characterised by the economic use of fuel, which minimises operating costs. The power fan helps to increase cooling capacity, operates only when required and reduces fuel consumption.