High annual production volumes and large feed sizes are the speciality of the MC 140 PRO. This is achieved by the solid double-deck heavy-piece screen, with a length of more than three metres, as well as the powerful diesel engine. The single toggle jaw crusher with a weight of over 50 tons can process feed sizes of up to 1300 x 1000 mm edge length and, depending on the feed material, has an output of up to 750 t/h.Show more Show less
For a continuous crusher feed.
Uniform loading is indispensable for a good product, optimum throughput and low wear.
To ensure that the crushing chamber is always evenly filled, the Continuous Feed System (CFS) monitors the crusher level (jaw crusher and cone crusher) or the load at the rocker and rotor as well as the motor utilisation (impact crusher).
Independently of this, the CFS regulates the frequency of the vibrating feeder and prescreen. A backlog on the prescreen is thus avoided and crusher utilisation is optimised. When the crushing chamber is free again after overloading, material transport is continued without a delay.
The CFS facilitates the work of the operator because the machine automatically guarantees a homogeneous material flow, thus ensuring optimum loading of the crusher.
The crushing plants are equipped with efficient, powerful diesel-electric drives. They ensure environmentally friendly operation combined with low fuel consumption.
Efficient and powerful diesel-electric drive (A) for low fuel consumption (crusher and all conveyor belts are driven electrically)
External power supply (B) for even more cost-effective use in quarries
For effective prescreening of the feed material, the crushing plants are equipped with an independently vibrating double-deck prescreen. Wear in the crushing chamber is thus reduced by diverting the medium grain directly onto the vibrating extractor. The screen surfaces in the upper and lower deck can be changed easily and safely.
Jaw crushers operate according to the principle of pressure crushing. The crushed material is crushed in the wedge-shaped pit between the fixed crusher jaw and the crusher jaw articulated on an eccentric shaft. The material is crushed by the elliptic course of movement and falls down due to gravity. This occurs until the material is smaller than the set crushing gap.
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