High-precision crushing of the hard rock basalt
In the quarry 40km south of Lang Son, the Licogi 16 team found itself facing two challenges: firstly, they needed to crush the hard and abrasive basalt and to classify it into clean aggregate fractions. Secondly, they had to fulfil very high quality requirements.
Armed with their new KLEEMANN plant combination, the team from Licogi 16 was able to meet the required criteria with astonishing ease. The team discovered that the crushing and screening plants take care of everything almost completely autonomously, once you know how to coordinate them. The automated Continuous Feed System (CFS) played a key role in making the work easier. The crushing plant in the first crushing stage – in this case, a KLEEMANN MC 110 Z EVO jaw crusher – only draws as much feed material into its crushing chamber as the entire line-coupled plant combination can process. This prevents overloads and, to the greatest possible extent, material blockages, too. After all, the KLEEMANN plants are tough performers.