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Kleemann to unveil new Mobiscreen MS 952 EVO plant

Kleemann classifying screen

Mobile screening plant to make its worldwide debut at CTT 2017 in Moscow

KLEEMANN will be showing the latest track-mounted classifying screens from their Mobiscreen MS EVO range at this year’s CTT exhibition. The new MS EVO line includes two double-deck screening plants – the MS 702 EVO and MS 952 EVO – along with the three-deck MS 703 EVO and MS 953 EVO units.

Making its debut at CTT 2017 will be the Mobiscreen MS 952 EVO model, which has a rated production capacity of 500 tonnes/h. Producing up to three different fraction sizes, the mobile screening plant provides a large number of different screen surfaces for a range of applications. The screen box is easily accessible from all sides, allowing for quick and straightforward replacement of screen surfaces.

Fed by a wheel loader or crushing plant, the MS 952 EVO plant has been designed to offer optimized material flow. The feed hopper has a significant load capacity and opens out in the direction of the material flow, resulting in even distribution.

The material is then conveyed via a 1,200mm wide feed conveyor, the incline of which can be adapted hydraulically to suit the material flow. Likewise, the screening angle of the screenbox can also be varied depending on the application.

For smoother operation, the impact plate at the belt discharge point distributes material evenly on the screen area, protecting the plant against wear and tear.

The screening plant is controlled via a user-friendly mobile control panel that can be plugged in at three different points on the machine. Production data and machine settings are all visible on the control panel, and the MS 952 EVO can be set up within a few minutes thanks to an automatic mode. 

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