Good preparation before the crushing process
The MOBISCREEN scalping screens are used, for example, before the crushing process for material sorting. Coarse screen surfaces such as slotted grates, finger screens and punched plates are used. Different plant versions are available with double-deck screening units.
Scalping screens are designed such that they can sort material even before the first crushing stage. For this purpose, different screening plant versions are available with different screen casing sizes as double-deck screening plants.
Depending on the plant, feed material can have a feed size of up to 500 mm. Thanks to their compact dimensions, the plants are easy to relocate and transport.
Scalping screen for screening all stone types and residual construction materials > double-screen for classifying up to 3 fractions
Extensive range of coarse screen surfaces
Feed capacity of 200 t/h up to 500 t/h
The matching screen surfaces for optimum results
During the daily routine, screen surfaces are really put to the test. To guarantee long-term, reliable screening to the desired final grain size, the screen surfaces from KLEEMANN are made of particularly wear-resistant spring wire steel or round wire.
Thanks to the double-anchoring at the crossings, they have a high mesh stability for uniform screening. The screening result itself is determined by numerous factors. The most important influence factors include the grain shape, the humidity content and the feed volume.
(Dual Power Option)
Electricity is often cheaper than diesel. Added to this are ecological, legal or social provisions that often restrict the use of diesel.
The screening plants are equipped with a Dual Power System with two electric motors each with 37 kW (50 PS) for high work output combined with low fuel consumption. Connection is made via an electrical device. This permits a quick switch between two power sources (diesel engine or external power supply). Users thus remain flexible and the pollutant emission is reduced.
All details, illustrations and texts are non-binding and may include optional additional fittings. Subject to technical modifications. Performance data dependant upon operational conditions.