Local emission-free operation is said to be possible thanks to the model’s E-DRIVE diesel-electric drive with the option of external power supply.
Thanks to this external supply, the system can be operated without emissions. This ensures low energy consumption per tonne of end product. The electric drive also means that hydraulic oil is only required for setting and set-up functions. This minimises risk to the environment and further increases the system’s sustainability.
When the Mobirex MR 130(i) PRO is operated via the diesel unit, the performance and load-dependent fan is said to ensure efficient use of fuel and low noise emissions. The formation of dust is also said by Kleemann to be greatly reduced by water spraying at all relevant points, such as the crusher inlet, the discharge belts and the post-screening unit, as well as various belt covers.
The Kleemann PRO-Line system can process up to 600 t/h of material. The high output is made possible by the crushing unit with a heavy rotor and a 250kW drive in conjunction with efficient pre-screening. The Continuous Feed Systems’ (CFS) continuous feed control is said by Kleemann to ensure consistently high utilisation.
The company says it counters the increasing complexity of crushing plants with its intuitive operating concept Spective.
In addition to a large touch panel and two Spective radio remote controls - one of them for operating all relevant functions of the automatic mode from the comfort of the excavator - Kleemann also offers Spective Connect.
The digital solution simplifies the construction site digitisation of the Mobirex MR 130(i) PRO. Spective Connect transmits all important system data to the user's smartphone and simplifies reporting.
With the Mobirex MR 130(i) PRO, the proven, robust crushing unit with its two impact rockers and versatile blow bar options, as well as the 8.4m² optional double-decker post-screen, are said to ensure very good product quality.
Kleemann’s new impact crusher can produce and discharge two classified end sizes – without using an additional screening plan. The use of optional wind sifters is said by the German company to further increase end product quality.