The new Mobicone MCO 90(i) EVO2 mobile cone crusher offers a feed capacity of up to 270 t/hr. Ideal for daily use, primarily in the second or third crushing stage, the unit is capable of handling medium-hard to hard materials.
Thanks to its improved diesel-direct drive concept, the new cone crusher “achieves good consumption values and thus works efficiently,” said Kleemann. The conveyor belts are driven electrically.
The continuous feed system (CFS) uses a probe to monitor the crusher level, thereby regulating the material supply so that an optimum volume is always loaded. This ensures the best possible crusher feed and high material quality.
The new Mobicone MCO 90(i) EVO2 mobile cone crusher complements the Mobicat MC 110(i) EVO2 mobile jaw crusher, which was introduced earlier this year.
To simplify the operation of these brand-new crushing plants in the EVO2 generation, Kleemann has developed an intelligent control system – Spective. It has an intuitive structure and extensive features, including a 12-in touch panel that 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 system. The new Spective Connect digital solution sends all important plant data to the smartphone, resulting in less downtime, higher productivity and more revenue.
The Mobicone MCO 90(i) EVO2 cone crusher covers a wide gap range of 6-45 mm, making it suitable for various applications. The improved crushing tools with geometries contribute to the material quality as well as the plant’s output. All crushing gap widths are set via a radio remote control.
Other features of the cone crusher include additional maintenance openings, standardisation of the clamping wedge position for crushing tools, and the automatic positioning of the inlet hopper during a tool change.
The Mobicone MCO 90(i) EVO2 also comes with an intelligent and effective overload system, to ensure safety and stable processes even under difficult conditions. The tramp release system provides protection with uncrushable materials such as wood or metal. Another function is a software-supported overload system, Ringbounce Detection, which consists of two modes that allow users to choose whether to focus on product quality (Precise Mode) or product volume (Mixture Mode).