Kleemann MC 100 R EVO
|Model||MC 100 R EVO|
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The smallest mobile jaw crusher of the EVO line impresses with its compactness and reliability. Can be used for the most varied of applications, it offers wide-ranging possibilities for both demolition companies and contract crushing companies. Thanks to the diesel-direct drive, the MC 100 R EVO is economical in consumption.
- Continuous Feed System (CFS) for optimum crusher loading
- Innovative crusher unblocking system for extremely short downtimes
- Efficient and powerful diesel direct drive
- Simple control with menu-guided touch panel
- Effective prescreening - better results and less wear: 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.
- Continuous Feed System (CFS): Uniform loading is indispensible for a good product, optimum throughput and low wear. To ensure that the long crushing chamber is always evenly, the Continuous Feed System (CFS) monitors the crush level (jaw crusher and cone crusher) or the load at the rocker and rotor as well as the motor utilisation (impact crusher).
- Innovative diesel-direct electric drive concept - impressive performance with the best possible consumption values: The crushers of the EVO line have an innovative "diesel-direct electric" drive concept and are powerful and economical at the same time. An efficient and powerful diesel engine drives the crusher directly via a fluid coupling. The drive technology thus impresses with extremely low efficiency losses and maximum output directly at the crusher. All secondary drives – for example, for prescreen, vibrating chutes and conveyor belts – are driven electrically. The fluid coupling guarantees high operational safety – for operator and machine.
- Jaw crusher: 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.