Wirtgen Group at Steinexpo 2017 with world premiere from Kleemann

The Wirtgen Group will be showcasing tailored solutions for recycled material processing and quarry applications when it exhibits products from Kleemann and Benninghoven at the industry trade fair in Homberg/Nieder-Ofleiden, Germany, from August 30 to September 2. The world premiere of the Kleemann MC 120 PRO jaw crusher will be center stage. Both the jaw crusher – operating as part of an interlinked machine combination additionally comprising the MCO 11 PRO cone crusher and MS 953 EVO screening plant – and the MBRG 2000 granulator will show off their high productivity at a live demonstration.

Heavy-duty MC 120 PRO jaw crusher for quarry applications

Industry professionals will get their first glimpse of the new MOBICAT MC 120 PRO mobile jaw crusher from Kleemann. Developed for use in quarries, the plant is extremely durable and engineered for a high throughput of up to 650 t/h. The heart of the system is the jaw crusher itself, which has been specially designed for processing hard rock. The Continuous Feed System helps to achieve the best-possible crusher capacity utilization. It regulates the feed of material as a function of its flow. To ensure the effective prescreening of fines, the MC 120 PRO is equipped with an integrated, double-deck prescreen with an extra-large screening surface.
The PRO series of crushers are operated using the intuitive SPECTIVE control concept. All plant functions and components are controlled via a touch panel.

The new MOBICAT MC 120 Z PRO mobile jaw crusher is of highly durable design for use in quarrying operations and delivers high productivity.

The new MOBICAT MC 120 Z PRO mobile jaw crusher is of highly durable design for use in quarrying operations and delivers high productivity.

MCO 11 PRO cone crusher is the perfect match

Kleemann is exhibiting another representative of the PRO series: the MOBICONE MCO 11 PRO. Like the MC 120 PRO jaw crusher, this cone crusher is likewise equipped with a powerful diesel-electric drive that supports external power supply. The cone crusher also achieves a high hourly output of up to 470 tons and is the perfect match for the MC 120 PRO in the secondary crushing stage. Because the drive unit is installed in the bottom part of the plant, the MCO 11 PRO has a low center of gravity and therefore greater stability, a combination that minimizes noise and vibration. All plant components are easily accessible from the ground or from generously dimensioned platforms for maintenance and fueling.

The MOBICON MCO 11 PRO combines impressive output with high maintenance friendliness in natural stone applications.

The MOBICON MCO 11 PRO combines impressive output with high maintenance friendliness in natural stone applications.

Flexible MS 953 EVO classifying screen

The MOBISCREEN MS 953 EVO mobile triple-deck classifying screen rounds out the Kleemann machine combination. The three interlinked machines will be demonstrating their performance live at Steinexpo. The MS 953 EVO is suitable for natural stone and recycling applications at changing locations. It can easily be transported and quickly set up for operation. At the same time, the plant achieves a very high output, processing up to 500 tons of material per hour with its 9.5 m² screening surface on the top deck.

The MOBISCREEN MS 953 EVO triple-deck classifying screen can be put to highly flexible use in natural stone and recycling applications.

The MOBISCREEN MS 953 EVO triple-deck classifying screen can be put to highly flexible use in natural stone and recycling applications.

Benninghoven: Resource-saving MBRG 2000 granulator

The MBGR 2000 mobile granulator from Benninghoven breaks reclaimed asphalt into its constituent parts without destroying the original grain structure, handling blocks with an edge length of up to 1.8 m. This gentle crushing technology creates the ideal conditions for almost complete recycling of RAP in an asphalt mixing plant. Another significant advantage of this crushing technology is the much lower quantity of fines it produces – a key advantage that almost completely prevents blockages of transport paths and the parallel drum inside the asphalt mixing plant. The granulator is ideal when it comes to creating new traffic arteries from more than 90% "reclaimed" roads.

The MBGR 2000 mobile granulator from Benninghoven breaks asphalt into its constituent parts without destroying the original grain structure, handling blocks with an edge length of up to 1.8 m.

The MBGR 2000 mobile granulator from Benninghoven breaks asphalt into its constituent parts without destroying the original grain structure, handling blocks with an edge length of up to 1.8 m.

Wirtgen Group experts on hand

Experts from Kleemann and Benninghoven will also be on hand at Steinexpo 2017 to offer professional advice and answer questions about the product range, special applications, technologies and service.